Factsheet

Developer:
Ctrlfyp
Based in Toronto, Canada

Release date:
31 March, 2021

Platforms:
GOG
Steam

Website:
http://www.playritus.com

Regular Price:

USD$12.99
CAD$14.99

Social:
Twitter
Discord
Facebook
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Description

Ritus of the Machine Gods is a turn based strategy roguelike game set in a dystopic world after the fall of humanity. Remeants from the past are now seen as gods among men guiding a new society to their will. Every 100 years,

History

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Features

  • 6 Differnet enviorments
  • 50+ Unique unique enemies
  • Procedurally generated worlds and battles
  • 250+ items
  • 150 Game changing artifacts
  • 8 Different challenging difficulty/modes

Videos

Rtius of the Machine Gods - Announcement Trailer YouTube


Images

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Awards & Recognition

  • "Winner in this highly relevant contest." Award Location, 20 October, 1989
  • "Nomination for this prestigious award." Award Ceremony, 4 December, 1991
  • "Winner in this highly relevant contest." Award Location, 20 October, 1989
  • "Nomination for this prestigious award." Award Ceremony, 4 December, 1991

Kickstarter
Kickstarter for Ritus of the Machine Gods! Now available for funding? kickstarter.com.


Ritus of the Machine Gods Credits

John Song
Programmer, Game Designer

Max Xiao
Artist, Game Designer


presskit() by Rami Ismail (Vlambeer) - also thanks to these fine folks