OmniStorm

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Hello all,

Chaos Drift(v.1.0) has just released on Steam! Head on over to the Steam store to pick it up now for $5.99 (a 25% discount from the regular price of $7.99)


First, I want to say thank you to this community. My credits are full with the names of many of you who have created resources or otherwise helped in the creation of this game. If you would like to see the credits, please view the attached PDF. If your name is in the credits, please contact me for your very own free Chaos Drift Steam Key. This is a small way of saying thank you! Without all of you, this game would have never happened. It was made in RPG Maker VX Ace.

Game Synopsis/Story Outline: A nostalgic RPG experience, Chaos Drift features a 20+ hour soul-gripping storyline complete with moments that will make you belly-laugh and others that will make you cry. Complete with a customizable stat system, a socket-based skill system, hidden bosses, unique treasures, and unforgettable characters, Chaos Drift is a turn-based RPG that will make you think of old favorites such as Final Fantasy 6 or Chrono Trigger. You will play Solar Avarius as he and his companions trek through the past, present, and future to stop Chaos from overtaking the timeline. Solar and friends will come face to face with dark truths that will shape each of their realities.

For screenshots of the game as well as a short video, please visit the Steam store page, here: http://store.steampowered.com/app/596530/

With Steam's refund policy, there's no need to provide a demo. If you don't like it, just return the game with less than 14 days of ownership and less than 2 hours of playtime. See https://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=6695-QIKM-7966

For any questions, please private message me here or email me at omnistormgaming@gmail.com
 

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