Undead Darlings Will Have First Public Playable Build at Seattle Indies Expo

Mr. Tired Media announced plans to show the first public playable build of their dungeon crawling RPG Undead Darlings ~No Cure for Love~ during Seattle Indies Expo 2018 on September 2 at the 3rd floor of the Motif Seattle.

During the event, players will be able to get their hands on the game and discover how far development has progressed over the years. Undead Darlings ~No Cure for Love~ was  announced in 2015 and since has suffered failed Kickstarter attempts with low but dedicated pick up from the RPG community. However, that hasn’t stopped the developer from working towards a game that they are proud of.

In a blog post to their Patreon page, the developer states that the team will have a new build for the event, which will also be distributed to their Patreon subscribers as well as to the public at a later date to gain interest for the title.

Seattle Indies Expo 2018 will host a myriad of indie developers who will be showing their games to attendees. The games being shown include DeLIGHTment, Gravastar, Neko Bake, and many more. The event does not require a PAX West badge and is completely free.

Undead Darlings ~No Cure for Love~ is in development for PC.

You can check out some updated screenshots below:

Author’s take: I saw this game back in 2015 and have did my best at showing it to the RPG community. I’m glad that Mr. Tired Media is sticking to their goals and pushing forward with development because I’d love to see the final product.

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