All In! Games Announces Three New Titles

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All In! Games Announces Three New Titles

October 17, 2019

By: Joseph Allen

 
 

Polish games publisher All In! Games have announced three new titles. Two of them will be PC-exclusive, while the third will come to both PC and consoles. Here's a quick rundown of all the publisher's newest ventures.


All In! Games - Arboria

An early screenshot of Arboria from All In! Games

First up, it's 3D roguelike RPG Arboria. This game is being developed by All In!'s fellow countrymen Dreamplant Studio. You play as a Yotun warrior whose tribe is facing extinction. In order to save your tribe, you must figure out what's going wrong with the Father Tree. This being a roguelike, expect procedurally-generated dungeons, mutations, and plenty of combat and exploration. There will also, of course, be a skill tree for you to unlock new skills as you progress.

All In! Games - The Protagonist: EX-1

An in-game screenshot of The Protagonist: EX-1 from All In! Games

 
 

The Protagonist: EX-1 is a narrative space war RPG that comes to us from Montreal-based 3Mind Games. When a massive space station suddenly appears in orbit around the planet of Terra, the populace must defend their world from invading aliens. This one has turn-based combat, dialogue peppered with moral decisions, and an action points-based battle system. You'll also have plenty of characters to choose from.

All In! Games - It Came From Space And Ate Our Brains

Frantic shooting in All In! Games' It Came From Space And Ate Our Brains

Taking the trophy for Best Game Title (note: not a real trophy) is Triangle Studios' top-down co-op space shooter It Came From Space And Ate Our Brains. If you've got a good memory, you'll remember this game first appeared back in 2015. All In! is relaunching it in Q1 2020 with a whole bunch of new features. You can look forward to reworked visuals, re-balanced difficulty, and a redone user interface, among other things. That's all wrapped up in a lovely abstract angular aesthetic.


Other than It Came From Space, the games don't have release dates yet. When we know more about these new titles, we'll let you know. In the meantime, it's safe to start getting excited.

Do these look like your kind of games? Which one is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!

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Dark Souls changed my life, and I'm here to spread the good news. I like pretty much all sorts of games, but I judge everything by its proximity to our Lord and saviour, Dark Souls.

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