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THE LONG-AWAITED SEQUEL TO THE ORIGINAL CLASSIC

As the Babylonians, looking towards the already ancient poetic world of Gilgamesh- I hope to renew gaming's ancient and poetic world: that world of "Bump Combat".

The fragments are evident in many places: as the Babylonians took multiple works of poetry, and founded a single narrative by conjoining them, I hope to redeem this underappreciated form by taking elements from its most derided entries and building them into a single work- which by its virtues I hope will shine a new light on history.

AT THE END OF THE WORLD, USHERING IN A NEW ERA...

GILGAMESH II

Promising hours of broken crafting systems and unfinished, empty dungeon floors, GILGAMESH II is the right product for you this Holiday Season.  It is a continuous work-  a historical work, which will never be finished. It needs a manual, but does not have one.

EXPERIENCE THE WORLD OF...

GILGAMESH II

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TITLE SCREEN BY SPINNYLIGHTS

Updated 12 days ago
StatusIn development
PlatformsWindows
Rating
Rated 4.6 out of 5 stars
(11 total ratings)
AuthorLilith Zone
GenreRole Playing

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GilgameshII.zip 175 MB

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bug report:
failed to load : audio/bgm/Ship1.ogg

Edit: pretty sure it's fixed

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shoutouts games who need manuals but dont have one

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psssst…over here…i got somethin' for ya if that's a bother

EDIT: the above link now points to version 2 of the guide which is much more comprehensive than the first version and also includes a more proper tutorial; if you still want version 1 for some reason it's here

also if anyone wants to see a high-res version of the "glossy card" part of the start screen, here's that as well

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I reckon I like me that there bump combat, simple as. Great as always, thank ya kindly.

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If anyone wants to play this in Linux, I had good luck using a fresh 32-bit Wine prefix.