We here at TechRaptor are big fans of Renowned Explorers: International Society. The turn-based strategy roguelike is filled with historical characters to control and tough choices to make. It’s a game where a character’s mood is just as important as their brute strength, if not more so. What better way to set the mood at the end of our string of Kickstarter giveaways than by sharing that love with our readers?

If you want to know more, reviewer Nate Gray wrote up his full thoughts on the title after the release of the More to Explore expansion. Here’s what he had to say:

It can be difficult to fit Abby Games’ Renowned Explorers: International Society into a single genre. It’s a strategy game, a role-playing game, a choose-your-story game, a roguelike, a board game, and more, yet not quite any of the above in the most conventional sense. Renowned Explorers is its own beast; a unique mix of elements of multiple genres blended with a heavy dose of frustrating, but rewarding, narrative-driven challenges.

If this sounds up your alley, and if you want to help our Kickstarter out in the final days of our campaign, just hit up the giveaway below and enter for your chance to win a Steam copy of the base game. Thank you for your support, and keep checking back with TechRaptor for more great giveaways!

Renowned Explorers Giveaway

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Alex Santa Maria

Reviews Editor

TechRaptor's Reviews Editor. Resident fan of pinball, Needlers, roguelikes, and anything with neon lighting. Owns an office chair once used by Billy Mays.