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App description: Erin: The Last Aos S [e:s 'i:] is a challenging experience that combines tactical turn-based combat with RPG elements. Set in mythical Scotland, the game follows Erin on her quest to defeat Balor, The God of Blight and save the world from ultimate destruction.

If you enjoy fantasy worlds, Celtic mythology, deep turn-based tactical combat that requires well thought out strategy, hordes of monsters, powerful spells, RPG elements, rewarding loot and challenging gameplay, you will love this game.

- Fluid turn-based combat
- Deep tactical system
- Skill-based spell casting
- Light RPG elements and progression system. Level-up and improve your abilities
- Challenging battles with clever enemies
- Difficult bosses
- Rewarding loot
- Interactive bestiary and spell book
- Tons of spells and charms that use the power of water, earth, energy, air and fire elements
- Dozens of monster types
- Over 15 different environments
- Based on Celtic mythology and both real and fictitious places in Scotland
- Really long campaign
- Epic orchestral soundtrack
- Cheesy live action intro :)
- Pixel art graphics

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Erin: The Last Aos S by Daniel Franko
03-25-2017, 11:07 PM
Free to try, pay what you want to unlock, and the description hits it pretty good.

The music, pixelated video and gameplay are actually done well enough that I am intrigued to try more. Initially combat fees slow. I love how spells / abilities are cast right now, it's turn based but interactive enough to make it fun.

I know people are playing other things right now, but this deserves a good look.

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03-26-2017, 10:52 AM
Joined: Jul 2015
Posts: 1,304
You can see the love put into this one, it's fun, and quite unique I'm really enjoying it
03-27-2017, 06:13 AM
I really respect the pay model. Might have to download and give it a try.
03-30-2017, 11:51 PM
Color me curious. Found some videos here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgG0ZIzIICi2ALj6ddmz9Zg

Sorry, not sure how to make that a link from the TA app. Looks like it has some potential, but I don't have time to Tyrnit out yet.
04-03-2017, 10:40 AM

Hey guys,
thanks a LOT for this thread! It makes me really happy that I managed to catch your attention and kept you entertained with my game

Just to let you know, I've just published a short "Making of Erin" video, that summarizes the whole development process - https://youtu.be/OQQXVx13og4. Let me know if you like it.

Have a good one!

04-03-2017, 01:40 PM
Joined: Aug 2015
Posts: 552
Interesting video. Great to be able to watch the whole development process, and remarkable to see the different facets of work involved.

Enjoying the game too. Every combat round like a chess move; working out the best option. It's an original concept. Also, good to see a game set in Scotland, although the haggis is not so dangerous as portrayed.
04-03-2017, 02:33 PM
Joined: Oct 2012
Posts: 7
Great game, Love that they used Gaelic. I can't speak for Scottish Gaelic but in Irish Gaelic which is in the same language family "s" means ferry. "Erin" means Ireland.
04-18-2017, 06:42 PM
Ok - This was sitting in my Inbox folder since release and I finally got around to it (Maybe because the icon reminds me of a hunting/fishing game or something and I kinda unconsciously ignored it? Font choice probably) Lots of love clearly went into it and the mechanics are really engaging. Node-based overworld with reflex-based spell casting (kinda like the Steven Universe game). It's clear that I've only scratched the surface here as there are tons of spells to learn and creatures to capture and summon. Especially since it's free to try there's no reason anyone shouldn't check this one out.
04-19-2017, 10:00 AM
Joined: Mar 2013
Posts: 3,287
Yeah, this one is mighty fun. The combat system is nice and makes you think a bit more than usual Rpgs. Graphics are neat and fluid and the beasties are rockin.