Runic Rampage, the hack ‘n slash RPG by Electrocosmos, is getting to closer to releasing on mobile. Crescent Moon, which is publishing the game on mobile, tweeted today that the game has been submitted to Apple, so a mobile release shouldn’t be too far off (unless the developer and publisher have a specific release window in mind). As we talked about a few weeks ago, Runic Rampage first made its way onto Steam this past May to pretty positive reviews, and it looks like it’s just the kind of game people will enjoy playing on mobile. In Runic Rampage you play as Grimbard, the last champion of the dwarfs, whose mission is to collect missing rune stone fragments and save his people.
The fun part of Runic Rampage is that it will bring gory, over-the-top violence and a strong narrative to a platform that’s often inundated with cookie-cutter hack ‘n slash games you can barely tell apart. Runic Rampage appears to be a much better version of those kinds of games, with things like tricking enemies into damaging each other and a much better art style. The levels are procedurally generated with an adaptive music system, which should give the game replaybility. Overall, it looks like this one will be great for those who enjoy the genre. Check out our forum thread for more on Runic Rampage.