Demonstration of PITMAN. Play the first level of this roguelike with boardgame style!
Pitman is a turn-based rogue-like with boardgame style. Everything you desire is inside the randomized dungeons: Dwarfs, trolls, golems, treasures, potions, magic, hammer, bow, much more weapons, ... and don't forget the monster moles and pretzels!
The desktop version of Pitman, the 3D Rogue-like with board-game style, got an update! Especially those who didn't like the fact that you couldn't configure the screen size in Linux (because the game engine we use, Unity, just doesn't offer its infamous configuration screen on all platforms) might now be delighted to hear about the added features of version 1.5d - but also Windows and Mac users have more options than before:
It might be that you didn't even know that Pitman is out for Linux! The reason is that we didn't make a big announcement about that - so now you're informed. ;-) The official support according to Unity Technologies is "for Ubuntu 10.04 or later, with a graphics card that has vendor-made drivers installed", but we get reports that Pitman is very well working on other distros.
Of course, we still want to know if you have difficulties using the game or even encounter bugs. In such a case, just write us!
Highest Rated (3 agree) 7/10
Nice little game, and there's more to it than you might have expected from the screens or the demo. Tilesets, enemies, items and spells vary quite a lot and the trickier later levels and more advanced spells (no spoilers) allow some interesting tactical twists. A little more polish wouldn't hurt, however. While the tiles, lighting, most sounds and especially the music are all fine, the characters and mobs could do with a little more detail. The lack of any character animation and the minimalistic…
Feb 6 2012, 9:31am by Dhakczak
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