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We’d like to inform you that Skyshine's BEDLAM Redux! will be delisted from our catalog today, November 8th, 6 PM UTC. Apologies for the short notice.

For everyone who purchased the title prior to delisting, it will remain in their GOG library.
Many thanks for the warning guys!
Apologies in advance for the brief derail, but if GoG could get their hands on the other Bedlam games (Bedlam (1996) & Bedlam 2: Absolute Bedlam (1997)), that'd be great.
Post edited November 08, 2021 by Swedrami
bad reviews and low sales?
It had been free, at one time. Order history says March of 2018.
For those who own the game and still want to view the store page (as it was): https://web.archive.org/web/20211008125459/https://www.gog.com/game/skyshines_bedlam
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tfishell: bad reviews and low sales?
It's also going to be removed from steam, so maybe it's some sort of publishing issue (publisher change?).
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tfishell: bad reviews and low sales?
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karnak1: It's also going to be removed from steam, so maybe it's some sort of publishing issue (publisher change?).
"Notice: At the request of the publisher, Skyshine's BEDLAM is no longer available for sale on Steam."
(https://store.steampowered.com/app/367600/Skyshines_BEDLAM/)
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tfishell: bad reviews and low sales?
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karnak1: It's also going to be removed from steam, so maybe it's some sort of publishing issue (publisher change?).
Ah okay, thanks. I should stop assuming.
low rated
But what happened? Why not leave it avail for free?
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igorium: But what happened? Why not leave it avail for free?
Interesting. Looks like the title and its developer have been scrubbed off the internet. No entry at the publisher page; no shops that list it; last tweet from 2018; the homepage redirects to some online casino... weird.
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Anothername: Interesting. Looks like the title and its developer have been scrubbed off the internet. No entry at the publisher page; no shops that list it; last tweet from 2018; the homepage redirects to some online casino... weird.
Odd...

I know TB did a video on the game (Might have been a 3 games in one video...) and it looked interesting back several years ago.

Coming to that, I don't see why they'd do this. It doesn't look like it would need a HD remake or anything.
The game was kinda cool - it was fun collecting your little guys.

I liked the "legacy mode" - where instead of each guy having a set number of actions, you had a pool of actions and had to choose which of your guys to move / attack with. But the creators did end up adding in a more traditional "each unit has X actions" mode.

In the end, it didn't grab me as much as I thought it would. Oddly enough, right now I'm playing a similar sort of game (Nowhere Prophet).

Little less emphasis on gathering supplies and choosing your path / choose your own adventure moments, little more focused on collecting cards (guys) for your deck.