Nic Healey with CNET here on the show floor in [UNKNOWN] 2015, showing off some of the great Indy games that are available.
Tell is about Warlock of Firetop Mountain.
Warlock of Firetop Mountain is the grandaddy of all the fighting fantasy games [UNKNOWN].
We've released at eight fantasy fighting titles so far.
This year we've release eight new game books and So we are bringing [UNKNOWN] to the twenty first century.
Now with Warlock you guys have gone a step further and developed an actual combat system for it.
Internally it's called grid-block.
We may change the name of it at some point.
It's actually a really weird brief, we were told to create combat with miniatures but no dice.
And so it likely ends a bit more of a combat puzzle where the goal is not to die.
So the [UNKNOWN] stuff has been really good for you guys.
It's been a good kind of series of games, hasn't it?
Yeah, I know.
it's got such a strong brand loyalty as well.
People will walk past the booth and then they'll kind of pause, look at it and be like, wait.
The Final Fantasy?
And it's really great to see people with their [INAUDIBLE]
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