Retro-inspired 2D action RPG Anuchard announced for PC

Retrieve souls of missing people and restore the world's fallen civilization.

Anuchard

Indonesia-based developer stellarNull has announced Anuchard, a 2D action RPG for PC inspired by Quintet-developed games like the 1992-released Soul Blazer and 1995-released Terranigma. A release date was not announced. A demo is available now via Steam, Itch.io, and Game Jolt.

Here is an overview of the game, via its official website:

About

A retro-inspired 2D action RPG in which you play as a Bellwielder to retrieve souls of missing people and restore the world’s fallen civilization.

Inspired by Quintet Enix classics (Soul Blazer, Terranigma), Anuchard tells a story about rebuilding civilization from scratch also the relationship with its deities.

Key Features

  • Rebuild Anuchard‘s Fallen Civilization – Throughout the game you will retrieve more villagers. It could be a chef, farmer, herbalist, or even seaweed enthusiast. Each villager will contribute to your town and also give you various benefits in combat.
  • Fight Various Monsters withan Action-Packed Knockback Battle System – With Audros Bell in hand, use it to knock enemies and objects! Battle various enemies with different Armor types in hand-crafted retro style dungeon.
  • Solve Dungeon Puzzles – Master the knock back mechanic and solve various puzzles inside the dungeon!
  • Cook a Hearty Meal in the Orchard – Cook different kinds of foods before going to the dungeon, mix different kinds of vegetables, and discover food recipes.
  • Get Powered Up by Food – Different food will grant different abilities. Try out different foods to discover abilities that suit your play style!

Watch a gameplay trailer below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

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