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Tales n' Tactics
Platforms: PC
Languages: English
Aug 2, 2013 @ 11:07am
Oct 3, 2013 @ 1:08pm

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Release date: TBD
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NOTE: Tales n' Tactics is currently in ALPHA and everything is subject to change.

The Idea

Inspired by classic titles like Heroes of Might and Magic, Civilization, King's Bounty and Warlords; Tales n’ Tactics brings back the feel of the old-school turn-based strategy genre. You will control up to four champions, from one of six races in a quest for victory for your faction. Factions are created in the beginning of a game by the players themselves, who get to design their own flags aswell as choose what their faction will be called.
Conquer towns, clear dungeons or just explore the randomly generated maps.
You can play either alone or with your friends, on one computer via hot seat-mode or online! All this is presented in cozy, retro graphics.
The Tales n' Tactics soundtrack will feature several different genres of instrumental music, reflecting the medieval style of the game. However, all tracks will have a unifying 8-bit/retro feel to them that will fit the pixel art perfectly.

♫ Here's a taste of the kind of soundtrack which will be in the game ♫
Composers Soundcloud[]
(The soundtrack in the trailer is a early version of the dwarven City theme)

The Features
  • Skirmish-mode. Skirmish mode offer a two-minute solution to map creation in which the players themselves can decide what kind of map they wish to play on.
  • Map-creator/editor. The ability to create your own levels using our in-game map editor.
  • Turn-Based. Turn-based combat and turn-based strategy.
  • Multiplayer. Hot-seat- and online multiplayer for up to six people.
  • Dungeons and Events. Many different random dungeons and events.
  • Conquer and re-build. The ability to conquer, build and lay siege to towns, cities and outposts and to then re-build and upgrade buildings.
  • Units and Monsters. Over 95 different units and monster which can be fought and allied with, to grow and strengthen your empire.
  • Effects, buff and debuffs. Numerous effects and traits which will affect your and your enemy's army.

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Popular Discussions View All (1)
Dec 8, 2013 @ 5:45am
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Dzordanas Aug 9 @ 12:43am 
The game is quite dead.
Developers are split, one is going to college.( I know them personally)
however he is almost done with graduation once he is done they plan to continue the game.
We will have to see.
TheRogueX Jul 26 @ 2:53pm 
"Old school" and "retro" are becoming way overused. Good luck, but I voted no.
Black King Jul 21 @ 3:15am 
I love such oldschool / retro games. ^^Voted yes, good luck
axel.jensen Jul 16 @ 4:02pm 
Old school adventure game. Yes, please. Can never make too many of them. This one also is possible to make own structure and villages. Sounds relaly neat. I love it already. GIEF
CatCore Jul 15 @ 2:38pm 
This game's name is very similar to the Tails and Tactics card game . I thought that they were making a videogame. Anyway this looks like a good game.
Creepe Jul 5 @ 2:16am 
Amazing soundtrack!
erfont Jun 27 @ 1:46am 
Looks pretty good. Go ahead with it!
Matthew_D_D Jun 21 @ 5:45am 
This has been on greenlight for a very looonggg time
ionutudor2012 May 22 @ 11:42am 
Knight of Lions Mar 17 @ 7:51pm 
Great concept and old school 8-bit graphics, very very good soundtrack!