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Telepath RPG: Servants of God is out!

Posted by MalTheDestroyer - February 14th, 2012

Happy Valentine's Day! You guys remember Telepath RPG Chapter 2, right? Well, I love you guys so much, I decided to release a new game in the series just for you:

Get the Telepath RPG: Servants of God demo; then buy the full game to unlock it.

"I am honestly surprised by the amount of dialogue in Telepath RPG, and at how well it is presented. Ideas are explored that most games ignore, such as how it feels to take someone's life and how it is represented inside the mind."
-Rick B., Indie Theory

"At heart, it's a turn-based tactical RPG that feels like what a game of chess would be like if each piece had a big character sheet of RPG stats to take into consideration. Stern must have played a lot of Shining Force and Final Fantasy Tactics as a kid, as he knows how to exploit the mechanics of this kind of combat to demand strategic and thoughtful thinking from the player."
-George Weidman, TruePCGaming

"It's a solid SRPG with a compelling story that should win over traditional tabletop wargamers, as well as anyone who enjoyed Disgaea or Final Fantasy Tactics.... Small strategic details like flank attacks and ranged weapon usage are exactly right. The conflict that drives the game is worldly and political, but the main character's quest is a personal one about family. There's even an in-game explanation for why you're able to see the position of every fighter on the battlefield, which is a detail that isn't usually addressed in an SRPG of any type or setting. What's most inspiring about the game is the novelty of the setting, which never seems to wear itself out."
-The Indie Mine

Download Telepath RPG: Servants of God.

Telepath RPG: Servants of God is out!

Comments (4)

I have to say I am very pleased for you that you have finally released this game, I have been lurking on your website for many years now waiting for it. Knowing that you were going to charge for it I expected a game that looked different and played differently from your previous installments of Telepath. However from what I have seen in the trailer above and finding out how much said game will cost me I have to admit I am a little pissed that a free flash version is not available, I have not played the game i have only seen the trailer above. It just seems all a little weak to me but hey you have to make money right? Maybe one day when people who know about this game are loaded with cash we can purchase it but for now we must wait. Rant is now over and I congratulate you again that you have finally completed this long, LONG project of yours.

The game may look similar to its free predecessors, but it's a different beast when you actually play it. Enemy AI is way way more advanced; characters are much deeper and have a ton more dialog; the game is much more open-ended and non-linear; there are multiple endings, tons of quests, proper dungeons, voice acting, an expansive soundtrack, lots of new character sprites and animations, individual attack leveling, a much wider range of enemies and abilities, proper randomly-generated battles, and so on.

Why not go ahead and try out the demo? It's free, and I'm sure you'll enjoy it. :)

Word of advice: see if you can work out anything with Steam. with Valve's help you will at the very least be able to spread word of this game quickly

I'm waiting to hear back from them as we speak!

>I'm waiting to hear back from them as we speak!

ok sweet. they tend to do a good job when working with indie games. i look forward to seeing it there

Can you tell me who the nameless one is?