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Eschalon: Book II

Eschalon: Book II

Eschalon: Book II is an isometric, turn-based single player role-playing video game. It is the sequel to 2007's hit independent role-playing game, Eschalon: Book I.

Continue your journey across massive outdoor environments and deep into twisted dungeons as you seek to uncover the mystery of your past and who is behind the menace that threatens all of Eschalon. No experience with the first game is needed to enjoy this second chapter in the Eschalon trilogy. 

It contains a new 5 hour adventure called The Secret of Fathamurk - a free add-on adventure.

 Eschalon: Book II

Price
$24.95

Developer
Basilisk Games

Website
www.basiliskgames.com

Requirements
CPU: Pentium 4 1.7GHz
RAM: 512MB
Hard disk space: 16B
Graphics card: GeForce 9300 / Radeon X300 or higher

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Features include:

  • Non-linear storyline
  • Play as a male or female character
  • Large and openly explorable game world
  • Comprehensive management of character statistics and skills
  • New weather effects: snow, rain, and thunderstorms. Weather isn’t just an effect; severe weather effects gameplay stats and skills
  • Additional skills and improved skill balancing
  • Improved graphical user interface including additional save game slots, increased number of Inventory and Quick Slot spaces, Key Ring and Recipe book, and much more
  • “Equipment configuration” presets for convenient swapping of entire armor and weapons sets
  • New difficulty modes and tracked statistics add to replay value
  • DRM Free

Eschalon: Book II in action

Eschalon: Book II in action

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