Indie team at Robotality has revealed their next project to be a tactical RPG called Pathway. At first glance, it looks like a 16-bit Indiana Jones game. Set in 1936 in Africa, Pathway is going to feature a story of a mysterious element sought after by the Nazi Germans. Your job is to uncover the remains of a lost civilization before the Germans do it. Pathway is currently in pre-alpha and the plan is to release the game sometime in 2017 on PC (Windows, Linux) and Mac. Other platforms might follow.
Like Halfway – Robotality’s debut project – Pathway will offer demanding turn-based tactical combat. As the owner of an exploration company, you will have a homebase, manage your team (character progression) and select missions. These will let you explore lost temples, tombs and Wehrmacht strongholds – all locations procedurally generated. To add to the overall charm, Pathway is going to use pixel/voxel hybrid technology, meaning that 2D pixel art stylistics will be combined with voxel graphics. Read more about the game on the official website.