Zeboyd has consistently done pixel art and solid turn-based battles well. Cthulhu Saves Christmas is no exception, proving to be a hilarious little breath of fresh winter air this holiday season.
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Zeboyd Games and RPGamer are giving away three copies of Cthulhu Saves Christmas. Check inside for details on how to enter the giveaway, with entries closing on Friday.
Zeboyd Games has revealed that Cthulhu will indeed be able to save Christmas in time. The developer’s latest title will hit Steam on Monday.
Try as he might, Cthulhu just can’t seem to make his way onto Santa’s Naughty List. This time, the hapless hero finds himself rescuing Saint Nick in order to save Christmas.
Cosmic horror-turned-hero Cthulhu will be making his return soon. Zeboyd Games has tasked him with rescuing Santa Claus from his kidnappers, the League of Christmas Evil.
Limited Run Games has revealed that Cosmic Star Heroine’s physical Switch version will be available to order this week. Interested RPGamers will have two weeks to place their order through Limited Run Games’ website.
Over a year after its initial blast-off, Zeboyd Games’ planet-hopping secret agent RPG has landed on Nintendo’s newest handheld. Does the Switch version show signs of intelligent life, or is it a Black Hole imploding in on itself?
Cosmic Star Heroine’s Switch version was one of Limited Run Games’ E3 announcements. The game now has a digital release date on the console, with a physical edition to follow at a later date.
Space isn’t the only final frontier in this solar system. Navigating the complex channels of bureaucracy and murder investigations are harder for this crew than just getting out of the atmosphere.
Limited Run Games made plenty of announcements during its E3 presentation. Included amongst those are multiple RPGs: Golf Story, Oceanhorn, Cosmic Star Heroine, Salt and Sanctuary, and Dust.
North American Vita owners have been able to follow Alyssa L’Salle’s sci-fi adventures for a month now. European Vita owners patiently waiting to join them don’t have much longer to go.
Limited Run Games is making three RPGs available in physical form for Fantasy Friday II later this month. Those looking to pick up copies of Antiquia Lost, Cosmic Star Heroine, and Saturday Morning RPG should mark their calendars.
Alyssa L’Salle has at last nearly made it to PlayStation Vita. The handheld version of Cosmic Star Heroines releases next week in North America, with a European release to follow soon after.
Twinkle, twinkle cosmic star, saving planets near and far! Shooting out your cosmic rays, just in time to save the day. Twinkle, twinkle cosmic star, let us play space opera.
The final game in the long-titled Penny Arcade series is now available on Steam and heading to XBLA soon. Will RPGamers find it a good way to spend their time while awaiting the next E3 news flash?
Not content with offering just the one budget title, Zeboyd Games also gave PC RPGamers the opportunity to experience Breath of Death VII. Read on to find out how well this enhanced version holds up against its Lovecraftian sibling.
After proving his heroic worth on Xbox Live Indie Games, Zeboyd Games tasks Cthulhu with enhancing the entertainment options of PC gamers. RPGamer examines the newly enhanced version to find out how he does.
The great Lovecraftian evil Cthulhu is attempting to turn things around by tackling the heroic side of life. How does he manage in this Xbox Live Indie adventure? I’d spoil it for you here, but Cthulhu has commanded you read the full review.
Now with a second review!
What do you get when you cross a skeleton knight, a ghost historian, a vampire techie, and a zombie prince with a terrible french accent? Give up? Why it’s TRUE ROMANCE. Or is it scorched love? Check out RPGamer’s review, and see if Breath of Death VII is truly a romantic experience.
The sword and shield of a reviewing hero!