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Genre: RPG
Platforms: PC, Linux
Languages: English
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Kilgazar's army has captured your village! It's time to take matters into your own hands! Battle your way through hordes of enemies. Learn and use powerful magic spells. Infiltrate the fortress to pass through the gateway to the dark underworld. Can you defeat the demon lord, Kilgazar, and free the land from his grasp?

Kilgazar is a turn-based strategy roguelike that pits you against hordes of enemies. Designed to play like a board game, it features a streamlined interface that makes the game deceptively simple to play while presenting a challenge to players. Blending strategy, planning, and a bit of luck, it takes more than sheer aggression to make it to the end and defeat the demon lord Kilgazar.

  • Choose to be a warrior, magician, rogue, or a team.
  • Single player and hotseat multiplayer modes.
  • Wield deadly weapons!
  • Cast powerful magic spells!
  • Face challenging enemies!
  • Find treasure!
  • Never the same game twice!

Steam achievements and trading cards will be added.

Fascimania[] is a small independent developer based in the United States.

Kilgazar is currently available for purchase on[]. A demo of the first level is also available there.

Those who have purchased the game before will receive a Steam key shortly after the game becomes available on Steam.

If you like this game, please vote "Yes" and share it with your friends. I would really appreciate it.

Programming, art, sound, and music composition by Adam Biser.

Character and enemy portraits plus other art by Pierce Roth.

Portrait Models: Ashley Roth, Britt Roth, Adam Biser, Mirela Ungureanu-Biser.

Freeware and public domain sounds from Flash Kit have also been used.
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Fascimania  [author] Feb 9 @ 6:22pm 
@Hollthulhu: Thanks. I hope to see that, too!
Hollthulhu Feb 9 @ 11:10am 
Hope to see this come to Steam!
dezira Nov 14, 2016 @ 10:43pm 
D.Vikkers Nov 12, 2016 @ 9:47pm 
adambiser  [author] Jun 17, 2016 @ 7:05am 
@BrandeX: You're right, the client keeps track of the games it launches for card drops. However, if I want the game to notify Steam when it starts outside of the client, I'll need to utilize the API.
🤖 Jun 17, 2016 @ 6:12am 
BTW, No coding is required to add trading cards. You don't even have to have games installed, much less run them, to get cards to drop. The Steam client just detects when it thinks a game is running and adds them to user inventories itself.
adambiser  [author] May 29, 2016 @ 12:54pm 
Yes, I do plan on providing Steam keys to those who have purchased the game before.
Kaas Chuig May 29, 2016 @ 12:07pm 
So... just curious. Will the people who bought the game on Shinyloot, or Groupee's Shinyloot Bundle get a steam key?
¤ Ветал ¤ May 22, 2016 @ 4:24am 
adambiser  [author] Apr 29, 2016 @ 3:58pm 
@Snuds R Us:Kilgazar is pretty much a finished project. There will be some coding to integrate Steam features like achievements and trading cards. I will also take a look around in the code to see whether other improvements or additions could be made in an attempt to make it a bit more unique. It was intended to be a casual roguelike with a streamlined interface that provides a challenge without having a lot of complexity.

@Bit Bot: Thanks for the input. I have realized that the board game visuals don't have very much appeal. Switching to a birds eye view similar to Warcraft II would require a great deal of rewriting and I won't be doing that for this game. I will definitely be keeping it in mind for future games though.

@Ogrehead: Great! :)