Reeva, god of Fortune, throws the Dice of Fate. Illness or health, happiness or misery, long life or an untimely death; all is determined by the ground shaking bounce, spin, and roll of the cosmic dice.
Many of us would read the word “fairy” and roll our eyes, walking past this looking for something that would catch our attention.
For some strange, primeval reason human beings have cultivated a fascination with the supernatural and paranormal.
Nothing screams fantasy epic more than mithril swords, bronze axes, spells, potions, vampires, arcmages, and the fate of the world resting on the shoulders of an unlikely hero.
Once in a while you find a game that tries to be more than just a game and attempts to confront us with the tumultuous beauty of the human soul.
Ever dreamed of flying a plane above the Bermuda Triangle, straight into a trans-dimensional electric storm that gets you marooned in a strange archipelago where you are left to scavenge, hopping from island to island, armed with nothing more than a machete?
A world ravished by political conflict and war in which four nations struggle for supremacy.
What do you get when you grab steampunk robots, place them in a post-apocalyptic universe, and add to the mix an oppressive government, pirates, and a mysterious xenophobic entity?