The Iterative Digest - Q3 2022
Exciting news about our upcoming and published games!
Hello and welcome to this very special quarterly edition of the Digest, where we’re going to outline all the exciting news about our upcoming and published games! This week we will be discussing Sigil of the Magi, Knight Crawlers, and The Signal State.
So without further ado sit back, relax, and enjoy our latest updates - curated by yours truly! If you like what you see, don’t forget to share and subscribe; your support means a lot to us. Have a great week!
Sigil of the Magi is an upcoming roguelike deckbuilder by solo developer Yongjustyong that you won’t want to miss! Craft the ultimate deck, discover powerful treasures, and defeat mighty foes as you conquer the three dynamic worlds before you!
Sigil of the Magi participated in Steam’s Roguefest and Nextfest this year, and saw a lot of great engagement and feedback from the community. Trisha Hershberger, former host of Sourcefed who also has made appearances on channels like MTV and IGN, covered the game on her Twitch feed during one of her segments called The Gong Show. Sigil, of course, secured a win via community voting during the show and was given extended playtime on Trisha’s channel.
Sigil of the Magi will be released in Q3 of this year, but keep an eye out for early access sooner than that! You can try a free demo of Sigil of the Magi and add it to your Wishlist here! You can also keep up with the game on Twitter, Tiktok, Instagram, or join the Discord server here!
Knight Crawlers by Good Morning Games is an action-packed, dungeon-crawling ARPG with physics-based, ragdoll combat that is unlike anything you’ve played before. With the power to spawn your own enemies, Knight Crawlers allows you to control your battles as you move through the endless realms. Avoid traps (and use them to your advantage), dodge, damage, and defeat unique and powerful foes, and customize your playstyle with your choice of dominion points, skill cards, weapons, and upgrades. You can also battle against or alongside your friends!
Reckoner Industry’s The Signal State is a complex puzzle game inspired by modular synthesizers. Set in a post-apocalyptic future, The Signal State puts your logic skills to the test as you repair machines, rebuild and abandoned farm, and act as part of a revolution that will change the fate of agriculture once and for all.
We’re nearing one year since The Signal State’s exciting release, and the community’s devotion to the game is as strong as ever. Lots of streamers have shown off their logic puzzle and farm-restoring skills, like Benn Jordan, MusicMagTB, SkyeStorme, and Raptor. If you’re the kind of person who loves to fix things, who enjoys using your brain to methodically and logically find the correct answer, and finds joy in completing complex puzzles through systematic and efficient means, The Signal State is the game for you.
Leading up to the game’s anniversary, we are also fast approaching the end of development for the new sandbox mode! With it, you’ll be able to play around with the game’s base elements as well as use an expanded version of the game’s modular interface to compose your own music! Share your tunes with your friends or challenge them to recreate your jam and explore a fun and creative new way to play The Signal State.
Check out the game on Steam or keep up with Twitter for up-to-date news and exciting upcoming announcements from the developers, and join the Discord to be part of the Signal State community, where you get help with puzzles or share your own complex creations with other community members.
What’s been going on with us? Quite a few things! We’re moving offices, as our previous space was overcome by elite warhounds. You know, the usual stuff.
Additionally, we’ve powered up the TIC Blog! We cover things more in-depth than is possible in the Digest as well as occasionally post special features so make sure to check it out.
Remember to keep up to date with us on Twitter, Instagram, and Tiktok so you can hear about our current and upcoming games, learn industry insider tips, and get news from the gamedev world! For now, thank you all, we will see you next week!