Reprisal- indie game free for a limited time

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  1. emigre
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    Reprisal is a strategy gaem that's trying to get greenlighted on Steam. They're putting the game out for free for 24 hours for the reasons listed below:


    The gaem has generally gotten a good reception so well worth downloading and giving them a thumbs up. From what I guess there's around dozen or so hours left to download this so get it now.

    Steam Greenlight page w/ link to the free download
     
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  2. FAST6191

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    Stuck in a throwaway forwarder I think though the javascript less nature of things might have bypassed the issue.

    Gave it a spin, I am a reasonable Populous fan and could see myself getting on well with this.
     
  3. Sicklyboy

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    tried the first two levels, seems to be an 8-bit style RTS game along the lines of AoE/AoM. I'll have to try this when I go home on my own computer instead of my gf's MBP.
     
  4. EyeZ

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    Would you buy this game if it was available on Steam?

    Um....no, they've already give it to me free :creep:
     
  5. earlynovfan

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    I'm downloading it now.
     
  6. Zetta_x

    Zetta_x The Insane Statistician

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    After watching a review of the game, I feel I'm more likely to buy this game than any next generation console games. It's like the rush to push out more powerful consoles is futile for people like me.
     
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    I got this game from a humble bundle or indie gala or something. It was alright but I never got into it. Didn't really test it enough though.
     
  8. Gahars

    Gahars Bakayaro Banzai

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    Good thing they're independent. If they were under a publisher, they could face a serious... indemnification.

    Also, a reprisal.
     
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  9. Kouen Hasuki

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    Voted up, I Will however wait for a possible Steam Release
     
  10. Skelletonike

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    Is it still up? Because I can only see the buy option... Guess the 24 hours already went by, seems pretty interesting though, I love the song.
     
  11. Walker D

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    meh ..I think I was late also :/ ...can't find the download option...

    but the trailer looks cool ...will vote for it
     
  12. raulpica

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    I played a lot the original Populous back on my Pentium 1 166MHz... Oh gawd, teh memories! :wub:

    EDIT: Hm, the art styling of the characters is totally stolen from #sworcery :/
     
  13. xist

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    Populous 2 on the Amiga here....

    (although I'm conflicted about whether I preferred Mega-Lo-Mania....Ergonomically terrific!
     
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  14. FAST6191

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    Finally got around to completing it.

    Kind of broken at later levels as some of the rather cheap spells/moves when combined with the standard AI basically amount to a "press here to win" button.

    Still it reminded me why I like populous, dungeon keeper and the like.

    The "always zoomed in" mechanic was an interesting one.
     
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