Beta patch 1.004 available

Beta patch 1.004 is now available over on the Depths of Peril patch page and you can see all of the changes here.

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Blog updates 2

Lots more blog updates this week. Blog updates for Steven: What do you want to see in my blog?, Interesting sales stats, Not played Depths of Peril yet?, and Game pitch rejections.  Read them here.

Blog updates for Delilah: Update on my NaNo Progress, Part One, Dragonlance, the Movie, My Name's Delilah, and I'm an Organizaholic, How Can You Make It as a Writer When Most Don't?, Redundant Fun, NaNo Update Part Two Plus, 41.1% Finished.  Read them here.

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PC Gameplay magazine review

We have our first review in a magazine, that I know of, in PC Gameplay.  No links for a change because it's a magazine and it's in Dutch. :)  They give Depths of Peril a 82/100 score, which according to them translates to: "An excellent game, definitely worth having in your collection."

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RPG Watch review

Depths of Peril has another good review over on RPG Watch that gives the game 4/5 stars.  Some quotes:

excellent background lore ... All this adds up to a wealth of decisions and different tactical approaches for the player. ... Depths of Peril is addictive, frantic, challenging - and unique. I thoroughly enjoyed it and couldn't resist seeing just one more area, finishing one more raid, searching for that last piece of armour to finish the set.

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New monsters

We posted two new monsters profiles on the monster page today, the very insidious Dimensional Gates and the deadly Horrors.

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Blog updates

There have been a lot of blog updates this week.  Blog updates for Steven: Car Commercial, Independent Games Festival, Indie reviews, Fan fiction, and Contracts.  Read them here.

Blog updates for Delilah: Thanks-Giving, Thin Air Review, When is It my Turn?, Halloween Treat, Happy November and the Beginning of Nano, and Lilith's Brood Review.  Read them here.

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Wrap report at RPG Vault

We now have a wrap report up on RPG Vault.  It uses their usual format which includes the project, the team, high-level goals, technology, timeline, changes and enhancements, major challenges, best decisions, key strengths, areas for improvement, lessons learned, audience response, and personal thoughts. Yes, it covers a lot of ground.

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Gamer Node review

We have a new review over on Gamer Node. Here's some quotes:

It's a mix between Diablo and Civilization, and it's pulled off surprisingly well. ... With the Covenant gameplay and the political nuances, though, Depths of Peril is anything but a Diablo clone.

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