April 18th, 2012 | By Chris Priestman
Psydra Games have announced that they have finished up development on their point and click adventure/turn-based RPG title, Dark Scavenger, plus they say they have made a demo to coincide with the game’s release.
A common thing to do when creating a new gameplay experience is to combine two genres that may not necessarily be associated. Dark Scavenger is just that – a point and click adventure at heart with a turn-based combat system and other RPG traits. The game flaunts some great looking art too and the combination of all this caused it to be included as an honorable mention in the Independent Propeller Awards this year.
The news we bring today is that the game is now complete and the developers are very pleased with it. There’s no release date set of course as they are working on talking nicely to various online distributors. Psydra did say that they have made a playable demo though, which contains some parts of Chapter 1 but unfortunately this won’t be available until the game’s release. On top of that they also considered the likelihood of the Mac and Linux versions of Dark Scavenger, saying the former is probable and the later is possible.
We’re looking forward to see the eventual release of Dark Scavenger and hope it looks even better than it did in this Chapter 1 gameplay from about a year ago:
More information on Dark Scavenger can be found on the game’s official website.