That being said, this is not all we have to show! To accompany our Kickstarter, let us regale you with not one, not two, but three videos.
Solasta at Pax West & Kickstarter Update
Hello there folks!
We're less than a week away from Kickstarter, and everyone here at Tactical Adventures is working tirelessly to make the Kickstarter Demo as flawless as possible (well, let's not forget it's still Pre-Alpha so there's bound to be a few hiccups). But that's not all! We're also building up our final Kickstarter Page, with plenty of nice Illustrations, Screenshots and Gifs. Here, let me give you a sneak peek:
No, you can't actually play the Demo right now, it's just a preview. I know some of you tried.
But that's not all there is, we will also be at Pax West in Seattle from Friday August 30th to Monday September 2nd! For those who will be there, you will be able to play the Pre-Alpha Demo on site. We'll be on the 6th Floor, Booth 5003.
Don't be shy, we won't bite! Can't guarantee the orcs will play nice, though.
That's it for now! Stay tuned to our Twitter Account for some more Kickstarter Teasers as we get closer to our launch date!
Solasta Kickstarter starts September 3rd!
You've heard it right, Solasta: Crown of the Magister will be hitting Kickstarter on September 3rd 2019... in a mere two weeks!
Are you ready? Because we sure are!
If you haven't already, it's time to tell your friends - because with the Kickstarter campaigns comes the Pre-Alpha Kickstarter Demo! Available for everyone and for free, it will be available on Steam - make sure to follow the page to be notified as soon as it goes live! (Wishlist unfortunately does not inform you when a Demo goes live, only the final game)
And I can tell you, you do not want to miss this Demo - unless you really hate spiders.
Need more information? Head to our Kickstarter Info Page where we explain why we're coming to Kickstarter. Feel free to hit our Forums and our Discord Server if you have any questions beyond what's written there, and we'll glad to answer however we can!
Gen Con 2019 Recap
Well folks, Gen Con was a blast. And not a piddly 1d6 Thunderclap kind of blast, we're talking about a fully decked out Eldritch Blast! (bonus to whoever comes up with the highest damage Eldritch Blast build)
You were many, many people to drop by to check on Solasta: Crown of the Magister - so many, in fact, that one of our only regrets was that we brought only two gaming laptops. Some of you came back every day until you could find an empty slot, others brought friends back (for which we're very thankful, spreading the word is extremely important for smaller game studios like us) - I also remember two fine gentlemen patiently waiting at the next table early in the morning of the third day while we were setting up the monitors.
Tabletop Players, RPG Fans, Gamers... From young initiates to grizzled veterans, we saw that the community spanned across several generations. Best part? You were all as excited as we were playing the Pre-Alpha Demo.
We also received the visit of several unannounced guests! One of our very first player was Nate, more widely known in the Tabletop community as WASD20 (I was so sleep-deprived that I almost didn't recognize him, sorry Nate). The wonderful Captain RoBear, largest Tabletop streamer (and Dungeon Master!) on Mixer, dropped by on Day 3 for a long session with Archimat, our Creative Director. We even had someone from Twitch Staff try out Solasta! (name kept private since he was here on his own)
If you want to see more pictures from the Event (and who knows, maybe a few videos?), I invite you to head to our Forum Thread where I will be posting more on Gen Con, as well as share a few anecdotes and answer any questions you may have.
To see our game finally your hands - you, the players - made us incredibly happy. To see people coming back multiple times made us incredibly happy. To see people smile as they excitingly share their experience of the Demo made us incredibly happy. To all of you, you are awesome.
And I hope you know it!
Gen Con 2019 & Kickstarter Info Page!
Hey there folks!
Only one day remaining before Gen Con 2019, and you know what that means - it's time for each and everyone to get an update about the Kickstarter Pre-Alpha Demo! Because yes, we can now officially say it - although some of you may have already guessed, the Pre-Alpha Demo will go public on Steam at the same time our Kickstarter goes live!
When is that? Well... That I cannot reveal yet (SoonTM), but I can definitively tell you where to keep a lookout! We now have a new, dedicated Page with all the Kickstarter Info you need right here! Go and check it out, and don't forget to make sure you've signed up to our Newsletter to be among the first to know when the dates go live.
And it comes with a neat little gameplay video!
Back to Gen Con, here is a reminder of where / when you can find us:
- We will be located in Indiana Convention Center Hall B, close to Hall B HQ. You can find us on Gen Con's Interactive Map
- We will be there from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm, no need to sign up you can just drop by
- The Pre-Alpha Demo will be playable, although it still need some work & polish
- It is free! (Aside from needing the usual Gen Con Badge to attend)
Don't be shy, drop by to say hello!
As this News goes live, we'll already be in the plane to cross the Atlantic for Indianapolis! So to all of you out there, I say good night, sleep tight, and don't let the Bedbugs bite!
Especially not these Bedbugs!
The founder, Mathieu Girard, was co-founder of Amplitude Studios. For Tactical Adventures, he has gathered a team of experienced industry veterans, all with experience from major publishers or indie studios.
Brought together by our shared expertise and passionate about making games, we plan to remain a small studio of 15 to 20 people, efficient and focused on creating great games with powerful narratives.
We are all big fans of board games and tabletop role playing games, and the objective of Tactical Adventures is to design a unique experience on computers and consoles. Supported by experienced partners, we are a united and ambitious team.
Our goal is to recreate the feel of a tabletop RPG onscreen, through the faithful adaptation of rules and universes.
While computer RPGs have existed for almost 40 years, the technology has progressed, new forms of interaction have been invented, and Tactical Adventures has created some critical evolutions in computer RPG mechanics, which will bring the interactive experience as close to that of a tabletop RPG as possible.
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