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Step through time and discover a mesmerizing new action-RPG that looks like it was plucked straight out of the 16-bit era, but plays like a modern-day marvel! Inspired by non-linear Japanese retro adventures such as Wonder Boy In Monster World, Aggelos hurls players into the middle of a colossal struggle for survival as beings from another dimension threaten to invade the peaceful Kingdom of Lumen. Bursting with secrets and side-quests, and boasting slick melee combat that any 2D action game would envy, Aggelos is the perfect combination of retro style and modern-day game design.A vast kingdom to exploreVenture through forests, seas, cave systems and ancient temples as you seek to uncover the magical elements needed to save the world from total annihilation.A classical non-linear adventureExplore a sprawling world that gradually reveals itself, Metroidvania-style, as you gain new abilities and equipment.Deadly encountersThwart towering bosses and their tricky minions as you take on perilous mainline quests and optional odd-jobs for the people of Lumen.Tactical depthUnlock magical abilities and high-level attacks, expertly chaining these immense powers together to clear screens of enemies in seconds.Stunning sprite artForget out-of-place modern art: Aggelos boasts superlative character designs and animations while remaining proudly, and faithfully, 16-bit through and through.Memorable chiptunesLose yourself to a retro-inspired soundtrack that floods the Kingdom of Lumen with life.
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Storybird Games
PQube Limited, PQube, Look At My Game
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP
  • Processor: Intel 1.60GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 100 MB available space
  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel Core 3.10GHz
  • Memory: 16 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 970
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Storage: 100 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Aggelos reviews and comments

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Microsoft from French
Product received for free developed by Storybird games and published by Pqube and look at my game, here is wonderboy... UH no no no rectification here Aggelos, an action RPG output straight from the 16-bit era that strangely resembles wonderboy. But is he at the height of the masterpiece? This is our express test. To the discovery of Aggelos. Let's go back to the era when the 16 bits reigned as master, while remaining in 2018 because Aggelos was released on 19 June 2018, and yet runs on a 16-bit engine. Aggelos is a captivating RPG action that makes us travel in a non-linear retro Japanese adventure such as the famous wonderboy. You find yourself immersed in the peaceful Kingdom of lumen, where you will have to fight another dimension that is about to invade the Kingdom. you will be launched into 2 D battles, using the codes of an RPG action, with its quests and dynamic battles. Aggelos offers a vast world traversing several landscapes such as forests, the sea, caves, ancient temples, but also gigantic castles. The more you advance in history, the more you unlock new abilities but also new equipment, indispensable to the smooth running of your main quest, save the Kingdom of lumen. The game offers a multitude of side quests, which will sometimes ask you to make big round trip, a bit painful, but you will always be rewarded at your fair value. The game of Storybird games, unfortunately offers no French version, but the quests remain quite simple, and even for those who do not master the language of Shakespeare, will be able to end quite easily from the game. The beginning of the game remains quite complex, and one tends to die easily against monsters rather formidable, but it is just waiting to recover enough money to buy your first real sword but also your equipment. Once you are ready for battle, you will only have to fight against the threat of the other dimension. Aggelos offers a 16-bit retro style with fluidity in animations and a faithful design of the time. Of course, you can't talk retro without authentic Chiptunes, and once again, you'll be transported into the Kingdom of lumen by a magical soundtrack and tailored to every step of your journey. Finally, it can be said that Aggelos is as perfect as wonderboy, or even better. Offering a fairly original story, and a few side quests that provide a consistent lifespan, the game will easily plunge you into a 16-bit era, while offering a modern dynamism. With a French translation, the game could affect a wider audience, a pity. Editor's Note: 7/10-a modern retro game succeeds, but sometimes lacks logic and is blocked without knowing why. You can follow the Currateur couple of gamer for more reviews of games: couple of gamer
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