Truly original turn-based! NO rpg or warfare boredom!8votes I like it
KasperHviid says: Most turn-based games are either strategic warfare, historical management or fantasy RPG's. So here's a potload of fresh turn-based entertainment, free from isometric boredom and fantasy cliches.
KasperHviid says: I was attracted to this one, but didn't like the fact that it is a port of an android game.
KasperHviid says: This is a port of a console game. I hate console ports. But the game has really original graphic which combine 3D with simplistic 2D textures, and the story has heart.
KasperHviid says: This is actually a real-time game - but it plays turn-based, since you are constantly in hiding while deciding how to make your move .. followed by frantic action where you either kill or get killed in mere seconds.
KasperHviid says: The recipe system is frustrating, and the zoom option forces the player to choose between seeing everything or have pretty graphic. But it is one of the more polished roguelike dungeon crawlers!
KasperHviid says: Top-down dungeoncrawler puzzle. Move in 8 directions and swing your sword clockwise and counterclockwise. A good puzzle with lots of variation!
KasperHviid says: I didn't play this one! Anyway, one of the most impressive modern turn-based titles is XCOM: ENEMY UNKNOWN. It suffers from being a console port, but it makes turn-based combat feel hectic. And permadeath mode is supported.
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