This week and next week, I'll talk a little bit about creating the monsters for Seventh Cross, both in terms of visual style and gameplay design.
AEGIS is a battle game of combining robots and strategic battles. Choose your team, deploy your robots, fight against the enemy, and combine to form bigger, more powerful robots!
Monolith Arena is the spiritual successor to Portal Games’s classic Neuroshima Hex. While most things remain the same for veterans of the series, the monoliths themselves add a new dimension of play to the familiar formula.
Created by our friends over at Studio Woe, Gruff is a “tactical game of mutated monster goats.” Created by League of Legends dev-team veterans Brent and Virginia Critchfield, the game features art that is both terrifying and adorable at the same time. Gameplay is all about building your own specialized team of goats and playing out the cards in your deck to break through your opponent’s team and defeat their Shepherd.
Red Dragon Inn has been a staple of tabletop gaming for over a decade now, and we’re honored to have the chance to bring it to Millennium Blades! For those who haven’t encountered RDI before, the best way to describe it is as a gamer’s party game. There’s enough going on mechanically to satisfy an audience of experienced players, but the action is wacky and chaotic. Most of all, this is a game that was designed for fun among groups of gamer friends–a principle that we at Level 99 Games feel immense kinship with, and one which makes it a great fit for Millennium Blades!
Street Masters is a cooperative beat-em-up brawl from our friends at Blacklist Games. Last year, we had the opportunity to become part of the game ourselves by contributing three heroes from the World of Indines universe to appear as allies within the world of Street Masters. Now, we’ve decided to return the favor and bring the cast of Street Masters to one of our own games!