Stormseeker Games is in the middle of developing Infinite Adventures, a turn-based dungeon-crawling RPG, and recently turned to Kickstarter to help fund its creation. The game draws inspiration from Wizardry, Etrian Odyssey, and The Bard's Tale, and sees players attempting to traverse the Infinite Labyrinth using their own created party of adventurers.
The Infinite Labyrinth features thirty procedurally-generated levels and houses hundred of different enemies. Players are tasked with forming an Adventure's Guild from which they can recruit party members from five races and ten classes. Each character gets its own skill tree based on class, race, and origin.
Stormseeker Games is looking for $25,000 in funding by November 24, 2015. Those who pledge at least $20 will receive a copy of the game, initially planned for release on PC, Mac, and Linux in late 2016. A playable demo is available to download from the game's official site.
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