Posted Thu Aug 18, 2016 at 09:50 AM PDT by Tyler Treese
Grab your toga!
After four years of development, Coffee Powered Machine's 'Okhlos' is now available for purchase. The strategy game, which is published by Devolver Digital, takes place in ancient Greece, and revolves around the player rallying different villagers (from slaves to warriors) in order to take down the gods that rule the land. High-Def Digest was able to go hands-on with the game at PAX South, and you can read more about its mob-based gameplay here.
'Okhlos' will retail for $12.99, but is currently $11.69 (10% off) on Steam and GOG until August 25th. An 'Olympus Edition' version of the game is also available for $22.96. This includes all of the game's downloadable content including the complete soundtrack, an encyclopedia that details the mythological characters seen in the game, and six prototype versions of the game. These prototypes range from a local multiplayer version of the game to a side-scroller.
Check out the launch trailer for 'Okhlos' below:
'Okhlos' is available now on PC for $12.99.
Source: Coffee Powered Machine
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