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Just remember that you're standing on a planet that's evolving.

Evoland, a console-style RPG that starts off as very basic 8-bit(ish) game and evolves to become more advanced and complex as you play it, is available 10% off on GOG.com. That's only $8.99 for the first week!

What makes a console-style action-RPG? This is a concept that has been evolving immensely over the years. So, why don't we take all that defines--and used to define--this genre and put it in one game? Why don't we make the player observe the evolution of gameplay-types, ideas, and visuals, as he progresses further in the game? Why not give him or her the chance to upgrade the game itself, from within the game? Intriguing, right? Well, that's exactly what Evoland is about.

Evoland is a concept game, but unlike many other concept games it offers much more than gameplay based on a gimmick. The story that the game tells you in its unique way is alone interesting enough to make it well-worth playing. The fact that in this single game, you're getting the whole history of console-style action-RPGs in a nutshell can be treated just as a bonus feature. In the end, though, you might find that the main drive for you is to find just one more upgrade-chest and find out how it will affect the gameworld. With many aesthetics and mechanics tightly packed together, waves of nostalgia passing as you play, and a high level of polish, this original title is something you should really check out!

Get upgrading! Start with upgrading your computer with a fresh copy of Evoland, for only $8.99 on GOG.com. The discount will last until Thursday, April 11, at 10:59AM GMT.
Final, posted so I can post. No idea what the game is, time to go looking for info.
Looks good, wishlisted. :p
Heh, this actually looks pretty interesting. :) Will get this for sure.
Awesome. Been waiting for this ever since it was announced. Will be picking this up later on.
this looks wonderful! but please tell me that the jrpg combats also evolve during the gameplay into something else, I hate those turn-based fights!
Random encounters?
looks better than Catlady imho :)
Looks like fun might pick this up at some point.
Correct me if I'm wrong but...
Seems to have so many gimmicks stuffed (Different battle systems, real-type/turned base...) it feels like it won't nearly have the same depth any of the games it wants to copy has...
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Kunovski: this looks wonderful! but please tell me that the jrpg combats also evolve during the gameplay into something else, I hate those turn-based fights!
But why? I love them. :p
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Stooner: Random encounters?
yeah, those are terrible as well :)
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Kunovski: this looks wonderful! but please tell me that the jrpg combats also evolve during the gameplay into something else, I hate those turn-based fights!
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triock: But why? I love them. :p
but why? :D

we both just do I guess ;)
Post edited April 04, 2013 by Kunovski
Great! This was one of my favorites on Greenlight. Can't wait to try it out.
So anyone played it yet? Any opinions?
Wishted

/me looks at backlog and sighs

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oNdmGiM0puM
Post edited April 04, 2013 by the_bard