Skara is a competitive hack and slash developed independently with Unreal 4. Team up with or against your friends and compete for dominance in a world racked by cosmic disaster. An unfinished prototype developed with constant player input, Skara is a community creation. Skara aims to incorporate the best from a wide range of genres in a single game. The journey has been long and difficult, but with only a few weeks left until reaching a real alpha state, our team could not be more excited and energised! Play the pre-alpha on Steam now!

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Count_Crapula Nov 7 2013 says:

Really good illustrations!

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Psyshik Nov 7 2013 says:

Thanks Edrahil!
I will forward your comment to our concept artist ;)

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Our Founder was the youngest of eight sons. In that time, the Durno people moved around and had not learned cultivation of plants or how to build great edifices with heavy stones or bricks. Instead, they traveled with their flocks, from the base of the mountains where the First Father was born to the gentle pastures in the valley of the river Aren, following the seasons. They never ventured North or South, for fear of the monsters said to roam the unknown horizons.

The Founder’s many brothers were unruly—always trying to best one another in feats of strength: lifting great stones, running great distances, or climbing great heights. There was nothing they couldn’t make into a competition.

Though the Founder himself was strong and fierce, he was also given to dreaming and feats of the mind. He solved many problems for his people—how to create better animals by only allowing the best to mate, or how to use wind to create a fire strong enough to melt rocks.

Sep 13th, 2013
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