UnReal World is a unique low-fantasy roguelike game set in the far north during the late Iron-Age.
The world of the game is highly realistic, rich with historical atmosphere and
emphasized on survival in the harsh ancient wilderness.
Latest development news/author's diary entries:
Latest site and release news:
14-Jan-2015 | Version 3.20 patch 1 releasedMost importantly, this hotfix patch fixes the keyboard response and audio initialization issues which were glitchy after SDL 2 migration. Now the keyboard response is solid and trusty, audio is crisp and version 3.20 is patched to a stage of desired pefrection. In addition, there are also a few dozen lesser bugfixes and tweaks featured:
Get it from Downloads page - you'll also find changelogs there.
22-Dec-2014 | Version 3.20 releasedMigration to SDL 2 with freely resizable game window, true crop cycle and stocking of farm product for villages, improved village resources, armour glossary overhaul, seals, new birds with new behaviour, overhauled animal populations - and a hoard of other additions and bug fixes. Native Arch Linux builds are also supported from now on.
Happy winter solstice to all of you!
1-Dec-2014 | 3.20 beta version available for lifetime members
16-Sep-2014 | Version 3.19 (stable) released
27-Feb-2014 | Version 3.18 (stable) released
3-Jan-2014 | Version 3.18 (beta 4) released...
Revolver maps test run below started on 12th-Jun-2014: