Kitfox Games

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Have You Played… The Shrouded Isle?

Everyone’s a rotter in The Shrouded Isle. You especially. As the high priest in a small island town, you must appease the slumbering god beneath the waves by sacrificing one villager every season. For the past 495 years, everything’s been going swimmingly. But now there’s talk of your monstrous lord rising again in five years time. Will you be able to work with the town’s five noble families and root out all those pesky sinners before He arrives and be judged a worthy disciple? That’s what this cult sim is all about. Read more

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Have You Played… Fit For A King?

Fit For A King is, very simply, one of the funniest games I’ve played. “Marry everything, execute everything, spend it all, go mad”, runs the tagline for this so-called “Henry VIII simulator”, and I couldn’t put it better myself. Read more

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At last, Boyfriend Dungeon launches this year, on Game Pass for PC too

Well well well at last we’ve gotten an ETA for these sharp-looking datable blades. Boyfriend Dungeon‘s estimated release date has been officially listed as “when weapons are beautiful enough” for years now, leading me to believe these weapons would never have enough beauty sleep. The time’s come though, or nearly. Kitfox Games have announced today that the dungeon will be open for dates this year in a new trailer. Read more

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Dwarf Fortress’s new UI looks so beautiful I could cry, despite still looking like this

If you’ve not played Dwarf Fortress, the staggeringly detailed fantasy world simulator, you can’t fully comprehend what a nightmare it is to play. It’s not the ASCII gaphics that bamboozle you, it’s the menus, which hide information and common actions across umpteen different enormous menus, each of which must be accessed with a different button press. Look at the screenshot above, then. You might think it looks like the UI from an early 2000s Paradox game that’s yet to have an art pass. But to me, it looks like heaven. (more…)

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Meet the 7 weirdest dwarves in the history of Dwarf Fortress

This is Inkrose. You can find every episode listed for your convenience here. It is a sequel of sorts to the Basement Of Curiosity, which you can find archived here. In case you weren’t aware, I’ve started a brand new Dwarf Fortress diary series, which I kicked off with a fortress-founding video featuring Tarn Adams, the game’s lovable dad. This series concerns the fortress of Inkrose: a settlement founded by seven religious fanatics, intent on living by a set of incredibly impractical commandments which I sourced from the capricious dwellers of the Kitfox Dwarf Fortress Discord server. At the end…

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Dwarf Fortress shows off its new UI with a lunchtime shrine

Feeling peckish, halflings? Bay 12 Games are still stirring away at Dwarf Fortress‘ new and improved Steam version, but they’ve popped out of the kitchen a mo to give us a taste of the sprawling mountainfolk sim’s spruced up new interface – turning a simple stone room into a temple to meal deal sandwiches with a streamlined new painting tool. (more…)