Angelic is a narrative turn-based strategy RPG,
set in a dark science fiction universe.
Angelic offers many things;
Gather up spectacular heroes, gain their love and respect, upgrade and customize them.
Immerse yourself into a deep lore and an epic story, experience unforgettable journeys with multi-layered unique characters.
Command your one-of-a-kind spaceship and explore a dark and unforgiving universe.
Fight with your team to protect your allies, harass the interests of suppressive corporations and investigate horrific infestation phenomena.
Evolve, adapt, advance… Love, hate, shun…
Exploit, aid, hide.
Take action and rise.
Last week I mentioned there might be a surprise for you this week. And here they come: The very first screenshots and even GIFs from the game’s combat. Today we will talk about combat mechanics. Actually, not just talk. We also see some action. Turn Based Strategy… with Our Special Sauce […]
Angelic features many significant characters, we have briefly shared the concepts and details of Iset the Mother an Daeva before. Now, it is time to talk about the others a bit. This is going to be a quick and brief introduction. Much more information will be shared throughout this month. So… Let’s meet […]
Welcome to another weekly developer diary post! So far, we discussed the reason why we started this project, and how we managed to do it. We also talked about the ship we will command (Osiris) and some important aspects regarding the companions, or heroes as we call them. During the last two weeks, we briefly […]
We found a way. A way to reach infinity. A way to ultimate redemption. A new… humanity! Ladies and gentlemen, we are proud to finally reveal the grandest technological advancement of our race’s history! Hail the first angel: Iset the Transcendent One! * A hologram of Iset appears on the scene. […]
“Our world was dying, corrupted… Poisoned by the unsatisfiable greed of humanity. Burned by nuclear wars, devastated by natural disasters. Betrayed by the infinite stupidity of humanity. Billions of people had become obsolete. Our new world did not need their muscle power, it had machines. It did not need their services; bots were […]
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