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Voyage to Farland
 
 
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Platforms: PC, Mac, Linux
Languages: English, Japanese
Players: Single-player
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Voyage to Farland released on Steam!
Voyage to Farland has been Greenlit!
  • Steam achievements, including some funny YASD/ignominious achievements.
  • Mouse and game controller support.
  • Improved environment graphics.
  • Better rescue system that lets you go on adventures while awaiting a rescue and preserves your game while you rescue a friend.
  • Better fullscreen support including borderless windowed fullscreen.
  • "Juicing" here and there, including particle effects and a plasma effect for the PummelScroll.

Description
Release date: Already available!
Voyage to Farland is a tough-as-nails turn-based graphical dungeon crawler inspired by the cult-classic Japanese Mystery Dungeon games.

>>>> Try & Buy at the website (free demo plus Desura, IndieGameStand, Itch.io, Humble)
>>>> Peculiar Games[www.peculiar-games.com]

A homeless wanderer enters the forested valley called Iya Gorge - a strange land filled with mystery, danger and frightful creatures possessing fell powers. In search of a lost sister, the wanderer takes on challenges in forests, dungeons, and caverns to defeat an evil witch who has kidnapped the local children.

But completing that quest is just the start, for beyond it lies the more daunting task, embarking on The Path of No Return, a brutal trail through catacombs and treacherous lands to reach the mythical place known to locals simply as "Farland".

There, a fascinating surprise awaits our undaunted adventurer...

Highlights include procedural generation, emergent puzzles and a unique "kimokawa" (cute but creepy) art style to offer indie fans a game inspired by the hardcore 16-bit golden age of gaming.

Key Features:
• replayability that will keep you busy for months to come
• tons of monster types with devious abilities
• starter dungeon and 4 unlockable themed dungeons
• 4 NPCs you can recruit to help you fight
• rescue codes to save and be saved by other players

Fun things you can do in Voyage to Farland:
• get a pet robot you can level up
• find the introverted outcast monster and make him your ally
• go rafting in the Twilight Stream (spoiler alert!)
• take on the challenge of the Strategy Dungeon
• build weapon & shield enchantments and store gear in a warehouse


The definitive Guide to Not Dying for Voyage to Farland[www.peculiar-games.com]


Reviews:

"Noticeably more difficult than other genre entries I’ve experienced ... I still had fun with it" - Wraithkal review[www.wraithkal.info]

"The graphics may look fun and cute, but don't let them fool you - this is as serious and deep of a roguelike as I've seen." - Charlie's POV review[charliespov.blogspot.com]

System Requirements:

Java 1.6 runtime or newer
1.5GHz CPU
1GB RAM
15MB disk space
Graphics card/chipset and driver supporting OpenGL
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Борис /Б/ритва Mar 7 @ 5:48pm 
Hi, my name Brand, I`m from Russia, i voted for your game in greenlight when it will be needed and i am very glad that approved it. I write to you to ask for the key to your wonderful game, if possible. Thanks in advance for your attention)
artcepse  [author] Jun 2, 2015 @ 1:54pm 
@eifelkenny, I sent Groupees the keys already, so I assumed they'd be live. I also emailed them just now to ask about the time frame. I'll post another comment when they get back to me. Sorry for the delay!
eifelkenny Jun 2, 2015 @ 1:21pm 
When will steam keys for Groupees buyers finally be added?
artcepse  [author] May 6, 2015 @ 10:29am 
@Purple Fiction, indeed. Well said!
Purple Fiction May 6, 2015 @ 9:56am 
Yeah you might be right about Chumsoft. I'd just like to see more MD style games make it onto the storefront. Lots of people making indie games to sell on steam these days, if VtF can inspire them to contribute to the MD catalouge then let the gods be angry, we'll still be dancing underground.
artcepse  [author] May 6, 2015 @ 8:19am 
@Purple Fiction, thanks! I wonder if it would have to be a "Mystery Dungeon style" tag so as not to anger Chunsoft!? Either way, it will be cool to have an MD inspired game on Steam! :D
Purple Fiction May 5, 2015 @ 11:07pm 
I'm really happy that you finally made it onto steam with this. I picked it up a few years ago on a whim and I've gotten a lot more out of it than I'd ever expected. Here is to introducing the Mystery Dungeon tag into the Steam store.
artcepse  [author] May 5, 2015 @ 5:30pm 
Hey thanks for buying the bundle @Ahlumi!
Ahlumi May 5, 2015 @ 4:21pm 
Thanks. Got this from Groupees
artcepse  [author] May 5, 2015 @ 4:21pm 
@janner66, thanks for buying the bundle! I think you'll like the update coming in a few weeks here on Steam and everywhere else. Check out @peculiargames on twitter (especially the recent pics & videos) for a sneak peek.