90s inspired RPG Legends Of Amberland near release

For fans of Dungeon Master, Eye of The Beholder 2, Might & Magic 3-5, Crystals of Arborea and the GoldBox series. 

Indie game development studio Silver Lemur Games published today a new release trailer for its 90’s inspired role-playing game Legends of Amberland: The Forgotten Crown. This old-school RPG experience features turn-based combat, grid movement and 90 degree rotation and is scheduled to be released through this quarter of 2019.

Inspired by classic titles like Dungeon Master, Eye of The Beholder 2, Might & Magic 3-5, Crystals of Arborea and the GoldBox series, Legends of Amberland provides a party-based RPG set in a fantasy open world and with complete freedom of exploration and pace management as well as a classic fairy tale featuring a team of heroes on a humble quest.

Legends of Amberland

Legends Of Amberland’s story starts when a royal wizard finds out about an old crown that nobody every knew about, and later discovers that a spell had been cast over the population in order to make them forget all about its existance. The wizard summons a group of heroes and gives them the task of finding where this crown is and who’s responsible for this sinister spell.

Silver Lemur Games is a one-man indie studio lead by Chris Koźmik and specialized in turn-based games. His most popular title is Stellar Monarc, an asymetric space empire builder, which featured a 4X experience without micromanagement and some innovative ideas.

Legends of Amberland: The Forgotten Crown is getting prepared for release to PC during this first quarter of 2019 and is ready to be added to your wishlists today.

 

Associate Editor

Our boy from Buenos Aires, Juan has been a gamer for as long as he can remember (and possibly even longer than that). He loves a good story, and believes every indie game has a compelling one to tell.

Juan Manuel Fontan

Associate Editor Our boy from Buenos Aires, Juan has been a gamer for as long as he can remember (and possibly even longer than that). He loves a good story, and believes every indie game has a compelling one to tell.