Lead an army of ghoulish goons in turn-based strategy RPG Reverse Crawl

Following the recent announcement of Reverse Crawl for Nintendo Switch, indie publisher Digerati and one-man developer Nerdook (Monster Slayers, Vertical Drop Heroes) are pleased to now be able to confirm that the turn-based strategy RPG is also coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The PS4 version will be available to download from 7/8 May (NA/EU respectively), and 10 May on Xbox One.  

Reverse Crawl inverts the classic dungeon crawling premise, putting players in the claws and armored boots of monsters, undead, and other fantasy enemies in a quest to defeat heroic warriors and their Red Queen. Since its release on PC, Reverse Crawl has earned praise for simple yet nuanced strategy mechanics and unique premise:

HonestGamers: “There’s a real depth of choice that encourages multiple replays, especially when some of these decisions start affecting the game’s ending. But there’s also a tactical depth that I’m not sure I expected”

IndieGamesPlus: “Reverse Crawl is lighthearted and accessible enough to be appealing to folks who aren’t necessarily into tactical RPGs… a refreshing take on the genre”

IndieGameReviewer: “…for what it is – a light tactics game that’s easy to pick up and heavy on the charm – Reverse Crawl excels”

You’re dead already! But such a trifling inconvenience isn’t going to stop you – the Revenant King – from reclaiming your throne. Reverse Crawl is a fast-paced turn-based strategy RPG that lets you lead mobs of monster minions and back-from-the-grave goons into battle against the elite armies of the dastardly Red Queen.

Key features

  • Vanquish foes using a deceptively deep tactical turn-based combat system
  • Assemble an army of dark dungeon dwellers, including skeletons, zombies, goblins and more
  • A dynamic campaign that’s different each time, complete with a branching storyline
  • Battle your way through Campaign and Endless modes
  • Unlock new minions, traits and powers as you play
  • Created by one-man indie machine, Nerdook (Monster Slayers, Vertical Drop Heroes)

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