Bad North: Cure Minimalistic RTS with Vikings
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Bad North: Cure Minimalistic RTS with Vikings
22 September, 2017
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Richard Meredith, Oskar Stålberg and Martin Kvale are developing an astonishing low poly strategy game.

If you’re in the market for a tiny cute RTS for PC and mobile, look no further. This game is called Bad North and it looks like an illustration from some twisted kids picture book. The key feature here is the size of the game space: it’s small. Tiny even. But it does provide a bunch of tactical opportunities and proves a lot of challenges for the up and coming warlords.

Though the game looks child-like, it’s actually full of blood and gore. There are Vikings, brutal murders, blood, and burning of the villages. Everything you’d expect from a medieval strategy game.

The project is currently in development. The game was presented at Gamescom and appeared to be quite a crowd pleaser. We’re not quite sure what engine they are using. Maybe it’s something home-made.

Anyway, we’re super happy to see Oskar Stålberg on this tiny team. He’s a very talented game developer, who created some very neat interactive experiments, including Brick Block and Polygonal Planet Project. We highly encourage to check out these projects. They are all playable in the browser and are EXTREMELY fun. Plus you can actually get a breakdown of Brick Block for FREE!

Source: badnorth.com
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Love it! This is really something new 🙂