One week going into its Kickstarter campaign, San Diego, California developer, Luna Orion has met their initial crowdfunding goal for their open-world action RPG Wild Mage: Phantom Twilight! The campaign has twenty-seven days to go and they are currently being funded into their stretch goals including Adding extra races (Angelic & Demonic) and releasing on the Nintendo Switch as well. The project is nearing the next stretch goal which is releasing the game on the Mac and Linux platforms.
Feast your eyes on game’s colourful trailer below, unfortunately, you’ll have a bit of wait for this one as its currently planned to hit Early Access on Steam during Q4 of 2019. Information follows below on how you can obtain more information and where you can help support Luna Orion.
About Wild Mage: Phantom Twilight
Wild Mage: Phantom Twilight is an open-world action/adventure RPG featuring airships, floating islands, dungeons, and dynamically destructible enemies and environments. As a Wild Mage, you act as the right hand of the Tower of Heaven, extracting adventures, escorting Ships, delivering goods, reclaiming lost islands. The game also features a wide variety of powerful spells acquired through adventures, with the ability to use runes to amplify them.
Almost everything is destructible in some way, floating islands are made with voxels and can be tunneled or destroyed, structures (bridges, walls, houses) take damage from spells or monsters, along with dynamic fire propagation. You can mine resources and craft relics in the game but items so powerful they must be kept in the center of the islands.
Additional Features Include:
- Voxel-based, dynamically destructible floating is
- landsAbility to slice monsters and objects into piecesAirsh
- ips for transportation, combat, housing, and crafting No traditional “levels” – Spells and abilities are acquired by taking them from monsters
- Musically driven environment and gameplay
- Final Fantasy like world, Diablo like dungeons, Zelda like adventures, with next-gen mechanics
To support the Kickstarter which began on March 1st head on over to here.