Wildermyth

4.5 out of 5
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Wildermyth
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About Wildermyth

About this game

Developed and published by Worldwalker Games LLC.

Engage in a paper-crafted procedurally-generated turn-based RPG in which your story decisions will alter the world around you. Grow heroes from their humble beginnings into legends and myths, or watch them die and turn the course of history.

Procedurally-generated Narrative Adventure

Embark on a quest with a unique seed, unique heroes, and explore the narrative adventure through the eyes of your characters. Watch them grow from humble beginnings, farmers and civilans with improvised weapons, to heroes, legends, and myths.

Every Decision Matters

Watch the story of your heroes grow and evolve as you face the hardships of a hero's life. Gain new powers, weapons, and trinkets to help you on your journey, accompanied by old injuries, pains, and age. See as your heroes evolve and grow into older versions, fall in love, and have children...

A Loop Unlike Any Other

And watch those children begin from humble beginnings. Use the new heroes to experience stories with unique personalities and see how theirs unfold as you grow to care and love for them, too — a multi-generational tale that spans several years. 

Legacy Heroes

Add your favourite generations and heroes to a Legacy roster and bring them back for more campaigns, more interactions and growth, and more stories to behold. From the Age of Ulstryx, to The Enduring War, and the Monarchs Under the Mountain, you'll have countless campaigns to play through, and numerous heroes — both new and old — to adventure with.

Customise Your Adventure

Make the world of Wildermyth truly yours will full customizability. Change the game's difficulty settings to adapt to your level of skill or challenge you desire, rename your heroes, and build their physiques to truly make them yours. 

Cooperative Multiplayer

Explore the tales of Wildermyth with a friend in cooperative multiplayer, as you'll be able to select and play one of the five heroes in each campaign and unfold the story together. Experience this game mode either in couch co-op or play in Remote Play Together!

Game Details

Release Date:
June 15, 2021
Developer:
Worldwalker Games LLC
Publishers:
Worldwalker Games LLC
WhisperGames
Supported Languages:
English +
Link:
Genres:
Tactical RPG
RPG

Strategy

Story Rich

Party-Based RPG

Roguelite
Themes:
Tactical
Fantasy

Comic Book
Play Styles:
Procedural Generation
Character Customization

Choices Matter

Singleplayer

Turn-Based Tactics

Turn-Based
Collections:
Turn Based RPG
RPG Story
Features:
Online Coop
LAN Coop

Steam Achievements

Steam Workshop

Partial Controller Support

Steam Cloud

Includes level editor

Remote Play Together

Product Requirements

Minimum:

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • OS: Windows 7+
  • Processor: i3 or better
  • Memory: 3 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Open GL 3.2
  • Storage: 2 GB available space

Recommended:

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system

Product Requirements

Minimum:

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • Memory: 3 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Open GL 3.2
  • Storage: 2 GB available space

Recommended:

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system

Product Requirements

Minimum:

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
  • Memory: 3 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Open GL 3.2
  • Storage: 2 GB available space

Recommended:

  • Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system

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Critic Reviews

90 / 100
"I am utterly in love with Wildermyth. With this full release bringing it to five main campaigns and fleshing out endless generic ones, it will satisfy your RPG craving like...
90 / 100
"Wildermyth is an exemplary achievement of how to integrate story and gameplay, each enhancing the other and backed by an attractive, storybook art style and stirring...
90 / 100
"Every aspect of the game is fairly simple. Nothing really drags the game down or carries the game alone, though the character stories are a particular strength. What really...
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Wildermyth User Reviews

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User Rating

Average score from 22 ratings
91% of users would recommend this.
4.5

User Ratings Breakdown

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Eddie Dexx
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This is a very interesting game that is like a hybrid turn-based combat RPG and a virtual comic book. Also that this game is procedurally generated makes it a lot more interesting. Games like Wildermyth makes me think about the golden age of gaming (the 90's and the early 00's) when the imagination was a lot better than the current day AAA-studios have.
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Haemol
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Wildermyth is a very innovative story-generator roguelite with turn based tactical combat. It is rather light on complexity and difficulty. Instead it focuses on (your custom) characters' stories told in comic style. The writing style works really well - it is mostly lighthearted, strongly inspired with poetry, which is unusual in gaming, and often running into abstract humour. It fits very well with art and music and the entire presentation is gorgeous. Story telling aside, this game features one of the most unique magic systems I've ever seen. Instead of conjuring fireballs, mystics of Wildermyth use surrounding map elements to throw at their enemies. A chair can become an explosive barrage of wood, a pillar can be used to hurl rocks, light sources can be used to blind your enemies. Specialised mystics can gain access to more sophisticated options, like a tornado made of small objects or a prison made out of a barrel. Characters can get even more interesting by undergoing a transformation. There are plethora of different forms with different stages and effects. As an example, a character can become half fire elemental or replace their eye with a magical gem. The fantasy world is pretty innovative as well. It features 5 groups of pretty unique enemy factions. Each has its own campaign which depicts them in detail. A campaign in Wildermyth will play out during a course of 50 years. Some of your characters can retire before the final stage. Or they can get too old to reliably heal between combats. To let you play more with the characters you loved the most, Wildermyth employs a legacy mechanic. A characters surviving a campaign, or even a dead character which has been commemorated, can be used in a different campaign, retaining their transformations and some of their skills, but not age, relationships and equipment. Wildermyth's pacing is really good. Campaigns are divided into parts which make them good breakpoints between sessions. Fights are short and meaningful. Your enemies can easily kill your characters given an opportunity, which gives encounters just enough tension to make them interesting. Comic stories have very good length and, unless they are repeating, they never overstay their welcome. While the game is procedural, I fear lack of combat depth and finite number of stories will make replayability limited, but the six campaigns in the base game easily provide full game worth of content. Overall, I found Wildermyth to be a great experience and...
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Bacon and Eggs
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Very nice indie rpg with several events that are partially randomized. This is the closest I've played to a game providing a similar experience to dungeon and dragons.
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Fanatical User
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Lots of good things about this game! Storytelling is great, engaging and humorous. Strategy layer is cool with lots of things going on. Combat is pretty good with decent variety, if not tons of it. The legacy system makes for a great addition as you progress through more campaigns. The character progression is pretty random, with one or more of my characters far outpacing others but generally this just makes you feel like one of your party is awesome. I really like the opportunity system where events can change character aspects in big ways. I think the only thing holding this title back from true greatness is the character combat animations. The overall art style of comic pages and paper cutouts works but it's a big part of why I didn't grab the game sooner. I've also heard this from a couple of friends as their hesitation to pick it up. The long and short of it is if the characters would animate when moving, casting, shooting, slashing, etc. I think it'd have been even more successful.
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Broghorn
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Me and my friends have been playing Wildermyth for the past few days and having a blast exploring the game and seeing what happens during the game. It's really interesting to see where the RNG and our decisions take the characters.
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Fanatical User
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Great strategy and story game.
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elephant_god
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I had a great time with the campaign I played. This game is lauded for the narrative, and I have to agree. I was immediately engaged with the characters. Considering I'm not particularly fond of the pop-up book art style I got over it quite quickly because it helps bridge the gap between snarky banter between cutesy characters and the slightly broody fantasy theme quite well. The combat is fantastic and manages to innovate in the crowded field of xcom-alike tile- & turn-based dungeon crawler. I often hate magic systems but here there are few feeble fireballs but you get to instantly throw the whole scenery at your opponents. With that and random encounters which change my characters and their behaviour significantly, I was at the edge of my seat the whole time. Absolute recommendation!
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Recommended

devilchild172
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I think that the game is fun to play. It has good replay value because every time you play a new campaign it feels like it's a different story. My only problem with the game is that when you're playing coop it feels a bit messy since everyone takes their turn at the same time.
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