Introducing a New Indie CRPG: Crimea

Wasteland 2 not good enough for you and you still haven’t scratched that Post-apoc itch? If not, I’d be shocked, since by now we have enough of them to stack end on end to form a land bridge over the pacific. Seems like there is still some new ground out there to tread though, since this upcoming indie Post-apoc CRPG is taking us to the cheery land of Crimea. Yes, that Crimea.

A small blurb from the website describes the game succinctly:

    CRIMEA is a single player adventure that takes place on boundless steppes, radioactive swamps, distinctive settlements and grim mountain forests of the same-named island. Inspired by Fallout1 and Fallout2, CRIMEA also borrows some features from Diablo and Commandos. Though we focus on the combat system you will also enjoy wandering around, exploring new locations, trading and performing quests in this particular post-apocalyptic world.

    We believe you will live out your own story in this severe world, full of exciting encounters, hot battles, secret places and interesting quests.

The official website has a LOT of images and information for the game, something you usually don’t see in newly revealed games. You can also take a peek at their Indie Gogo site if you’re interested in funding the game.

With this, Greywalkers, UnderRail, Broken Earth, Bedlam, After Reset and a bevvy of other similar games set to be released or already sitting on Steam, it’s going to be hard to make waves. Still, Crimea might be worth watching if you need more post-apoc in your gaming diet.

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Carl is both a JRPG fan and a CRPG'er who especially loves European PC games. Even with more than three decades of gaming under his belt, he feels the best of the hobby is yet to come.

  1. nonscpo
    October 4, 2014 at 7:49 pm

    I’m curious about those Diablo like features!

  2. Fenrir007
    November 2, 2014 at 2:18 pm

    Seems interesting. I think I will take advantage of the early bird offer and send a hotpocket their way.

  3. Jon Snow
    Jon Snow
    November 19, 2014 at 10:47 pm

    I’m torn, I really want to see this game but have been burned so much by crowdfunding.