Outlaws in the 19th century United States were brutal, dangerous, and ruthless in their crimes. Bounty Train is a game that is historically accurate with some of the events that transpired in this era, but done through simulation with the randomization of a roguelike. Bounty Train is similar in vein of FTL, but with a lot more complexity and depth. If it weren’t for Bounty Train‘s upfront difficulty and seemingly hating the player at every chance it gets, would be much more enjoyable. As it is, Bounty Train is as brutal and ruthless as the outlaws were in the 1800s.
Daedalic Entertainment and Corbie Games today have published the first major update for their historical train sim Bounty Train for PC and Mac, currently in Steam Early Access. This update combines all the feedback by players and press collected over the course of the last months,while further updates are scheduled to arrive before the Q2 2016 full game release.
Certified insanity! Garish colors! A cat with laser eyes! Shooting Stars combines everything a crazy shoot’em up should offer — retro-charm meets current web-culture in a rogue’ish meme-fest. Bloodirony and Daedalic Entertainment will publish the desktop version of the indie smash hit on January 4th, 2016 for PC, Mac and Linux.
Daedalic Entertainment, a leading developer and publisher of story-driven games, has teamed up with long-standing strategy game experts Funatics to create Valhalla Hills – a humorous new civilization-building strategy game.
Daedalic Entertainment will be releasing the upcoming dystopian adventure game – “Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow comes Today”, on April 10, 2015. The game will be available via digital distribution (Steam) for $19.99 USD on PC, Mac and Linux.
Publisher Daedalic Entertainment and developer Forgotten Key will be lifting players into the skies in 2016 with the upcoming mystical aerial adventure game – AER. Set for release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, Mac and Linux, AER puts you in the shoes of Auk, a magical shape-shifting girl who can transform between human and bird.
Daedalic Entertainment continues the regular updates to their turn-based RPG Blackguards on Steam’s Early Access with the release of Chapter 4.
Gomo, the new Point & Click adventure created by Slovakian developer Fishcow Studio and published by Daedalic Entertainment is available on Steam today.
Along with the game, Daedalic Entertainment also released a trailer, giving some insight into the game’s lively and obscure world.
Gomo is now available worldwide on Steam and at GOG.com for US$7.99. The game will release in nine different languages, featuring German, English, Polish, Spanish, Italian, Czech and of course Slovakian among others.