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Skyshine's BEDLAM is a strategic single-player roguelike turn-based role-playing game, created for the PC and Mac utilizing 'The Banner Saga' engine.

The player is cast as the mysterious Mechanic, the last known member of a once-thriving guild of brilliant inventors, intrepid travelers and operators of the rolling fortresses called Dozers.

As the Mechanic, you are in charge of commanding your Crew in battles, managing your resources, improving your Dozer, interacting with various Characters, and protecting your passengers while navigating through the post-apocalyptic wasteland known as Bedlam.

Think you have what it takes? Then grab the controls, equip your Dozer, load your Passengers, assemble your diverse battle-ready crew and prepare for your journey to a new destination on the far edge of Bedlam!

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The Story

Your goal is to travel from the futuristic metropolis of Bysantine through the chaotic realm of Bedlam to reach the rumored utopia of Aztec City with as many of your passengers and crew intact as possible.

You will constantly consume Supplies as you travel across Bedlam. Meat, Power Cells and Crude are what you will need to keep your passengers fed, your Dozer repaired and your engines running. These critical Resources can be collected through random Events, salvaged from defeated Enemies, or received after completing Quests or prevailing in battles.

But keep in mind that all Territories, Points of Interest, NPCs and events are randomly generated at the start of each new game, encouraging multiple playthroughs for a fresh experience each time! We want to focus on the fun of finding something different in every game. The unpredictability of Bedlam is both its biggest challenge and its greatest appeal!

If you successfully navigate through Bedlam, you will be given an option to "Double-Down". This is the Bedlam version of a New Game+ (unlockable video game mode), offering a chance to transport your crew and Dozer (with all upgrades and weapons) back across Bedlam for subsequent journeys - but remember, it's double-or-nothing!

Game Features
  • Unique blitz battle system! Turn-based combat with swift play, over-the-top animations, action point based movement and attack system, environments and battles that gradually affect your team, crew-buffing Dozer upgrades, and tide-changing Dozer weapons!
  • Battlefield Equalizers that affect overall movement and attack strategy.
  • Randomly generated world! Unpredictable environments!
  • Roguelike influences and RPG features, including randomly generated encounters and discoveries, meaningful permadeath, three different supplies to manage, crew veteran rankings and incredible replay value.
  • Dozers, the gargantuan rolling fortresses covered in armor and weapons to protect passengers and crew during the journey through Bedlam.
  • Four class-based crew member types: Pistol, Shotgun, Rifle and Melee all with their own strengths, weaknesses, movement and attack ranges.
  • Four unique enemy factions: Marauders, Mutants, Cyborgs and Rogue A.I. - all with their own appearances and behaviors.
  • Evolving Crew -- battle survivors will evolve into Elite and Veteran units!
  • “Double-Down” (a New game+): Travel back through Bedlam for the opportunity to defeat merciless overlord King Viscera and his minions for untold riches... or the sacrifice of everything!
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