Darling Indie side-scrolling RPG now also available on Sony Consoles
Barcelona, Spain – Independent Spanish publisher A Crowd Of Monsters has announced that UnEpic, a side-scrolling platformer RPG by indie developer Francisco Téllez de Meneses, is now available on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. Inspired by the MSX game The Maze of Galious, UnEpic is currently out on PC, Mac, Linux and WiiU.
UnEpic tells the tale of Daniel, a normal guy who likes video games and Dungeons and Dragons, who gets transported to a sinister castle when the bathroom light gives out during his D&D pee break. Players must help Daniel navigate the more than 200 rooms of Harnakon’s Castle, each filled with their own monsters and interactive characters. To conquer these dangerous monsters and giant, menacing bosses, players can use more than 100 weapons and 70 magic spells hidden throughout the castle, each with its own traits and uses.
“UnEpic is the first game we are publishing that we did not develop ourselves,” explains Ramon Nafria, Producer at A Crowd Of Monsters. “Made by one developer in Barcelona, Spain, this game is a beautiful example of Spanish craftsmanship, and we are proud to be able to be a part of its expansion to current generation platforms.”
UnEpic is now available as a crossbuy title for Playstation 4 and PS Vita at $9.99 / € 9.99 / £7.99). You can visit the official website for more information.