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Cthulhu Saves the World All-Stars, Massive FOUR RPG Pack, Announced for Vita/PC – Updated



If you’re a fan of indie RPGs, you may just need to hold onto your hat. Zeboyd, the group that made Cthulhu Saves the World, Breath of Death VII and On the Rain Slick Precipice of Darkness 4, have announced Cthulhu Saves the World All-Stars for Vita and PC. All-Stars will contain remakes of Cthulhu Saves the World and of Breath of Death VII (to put them on par with Precipice), as well as rebalancing and new features. More than that, the collection will have sequels to both games, Breath of Death XIII-2: Undead in Time and Cthulhu Saves the Galaxy.

The project was first announced on Neogaf as a “fun low-stress project” while they update their engine. The best news? This whole package will cost you in the region of $10.

Four RPGs, on the move, for next to nothing. 

From Neogaf:

“Cthulhu Saves the World All-Stars
PC, PSN (definitely Vita, probably PS3/Vita cross-buy)
Includes remakes of Breath of Death VII & Cthulhu Saves the World
Remakes would have visuals on par with Penny Arcade’s On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness 4.
Gameplay would be rebalanced & would include some of the stuff we’ve added in the PA series.
Would also include two new “games” – Breath of Death XIII-2: Undead in Time and Cthulhu Saves the Galaxy.
Breath of Death XIII-2 would be inspired by Space Quest IV. i.e. you’d travel to other “installments” of the Breath of Death series.
Cthulhu Saves the Galaxy would be a direct sequel to CSTW.
BoDXIII-2 & CSTW would probably be about as long as BoDVII each. Maybe a little longer.”


We’ve been contacted by Bill Stiernberg of Zeboyd, who wishes to stress there’s nothing concrete to the project as of yet. Rather, the Neogaf thread was just “brainstorming.” As well as the quotes above, Robert answered several other questions on the project and it wasn’t entirely clear he was talking about something he’d like to work on, as opposed to something they were specifically working on, to the point where the thread was renamed to declare these apparent announcements. We apologize for any inconvenience.


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