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Telepath Psy Arena 2

The Grand Tournament of Ravinale has become highly popular, drawing warriors from across the continent. The Tournament makes a lot of money, both for its organizers and for the top competitors. You’ve arrived after days of travel, savings in tow, ready to start a team and fight for the grand prize. But why? And who is the mysterious champion that everybody’s so afraid of?

Windows: Buy Telepath Psy Arena 2 | Download Demo

Mac / Linux: Buy Telepath Psy Arena 2 | Download Demo

Features:

–Build your team from a randomized marketplace of different soldiers. Shadowlings, spriggats, and even the undead are yours to command!

–Train your team however you like, unlocking dozens of powerful attacks along the way.

–Make your way through 10 leagues with 80 challenging, turn-based tactical battles.

–Beat challenge matches to unlock mystic orbs that imbue you with a bevy of special abilities.

–Randomly generate an infinite supply of brand-new battles for you to fight!

Windows: Buy Telepath Psy Arena 2 | Download Demo

Mac / Linux: Buy Telepath Psy Arena 2 | Download Demo

Press:

The care Sinister has put into this game is very clear, from the surprisingly good soundtrack, to the hilarious dialog, and the slick graphics, you can see the love behind this.The best indie game I’ve run across in a long time.
–Matt Shelton, HarryBalls.com

The graphics and sound effects on this game are really nice. … This is one of those games that has the potential to become addictive and take up a lot of your time.
Gameolosophy.com

“a solid entry to [the strategy RPG] genre that got me addicted
–Paul Eres, TIGSource

“[t]his perspective reminds me of how my prey look when I’m at the apex of my great attack leap”
–Kieron Gillen, Rock Paper Shotgun

“like vampires with a thirst for my spare time”
–Jay Barnson, Tales of the Rampant Coyote

“similar in gameplay to Final Fantasy Tactics and Fire Emblem”
Inside Mac Games

“in the vein of Final Fantasy Tactics
GamersHell

“a new turn-based tactics game for Linux”
LinuxGames

“looks pretty nifty”
RPGWatch