The God of War, Meromes, has been forsaken by the people of Aeralnu for over 800 years. With the lack of worship and sacrifices you are finally resurrected where you were believed to have fallen. With your powers lost, you take up the sword and punish those who have forgotten you in your own temple.

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I have just recently started working on Aeralnu and it seems to be coming out very nicely. None of this would have been possible without Wolf....

Posted by PixelF on Jul 6th, 2013

I have just recently started working on Aeralnu and it seems to be coming out very nicely. None of this would have been possible without Wolf!

I've been wanting to create a Medieval/Fantasy type project for a while now, but with a project I have been working on called 'The Kingman Project' was taking up most of my time. With my part done with the Kingman Project and Wolf's Fantastic Fantasy Pack released, I took advantage of it and decided to create a Medieval Fantasy game!

Some have already sent me messages asking if I was "copying Wolf's Spyra?" or If I "stole his media?". The answer to that is no. I am not copying Wolf's Spyra and I did not "steal" his media.

The two games may look somewhat alike, but the reason for that is both games are Fantasy Genres. Another difference between Wolf's game and mine, is, Aeralnu isn't as serious as Spyra. Perhaps in the future if Aeralnu turns out to be alright, I'd be happy to expand it into a full game.

Now that we have this cleared up I will be writing more news later!

The Halls of Meromes 2
The Temple

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