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GearHead Caramel

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Author: GearHead It's time to fire up your giant robot and go do some stomping. GearHead Caramel is a turn based tactics style scifi mecha Roguelike RPG. It's the third game in the GearHead series, though you don't need to have played the previous two to jump right in. Your character can play through a series of adventures set in various times and places in the GearHead universe. Currently there are three adventure modules, with more to follow. Features include: Procedural Narrative: The game is different every time you play it. In addition, the game world will react to your decisions. NPCs remember their past interactions with you and will treat you accordingly. Both Mecha and Personal Scale Combat: GearHead may be a mecha game, but that doesn't mean there's nothing to do on foot. You can explore dungeons, negotiate peace treaties, replace body parts with cybernetics, and even get swallowed whole by gigantic biomonsters. Detailed Mecha Build System: Upgrade your mecha with parts from the customization shop or taken as salvage from missions. There are dozens of standard mecha to choose from, ranging from giant sword-wielding robots to city-levelling tanks. You can even design new mecha from scratch, but be warned- you might end up facing your own designs in combat! Lifepath Based Character Generation: A GearHead character is more than just a collection of stats. You can allow the game to give you a random life story, or make every decision along the way by yourself. Using the portrait builder you can customize the appearance of your character. Import Characters from GearHead Arena: Characters from the first GearHead game can be imported into Caramel, along with their lancemates and life history. The ability to import characters from GearHead2 is on the to-do list. PDF Game Manual with Artwork and a History of the GearHead Universe: Remember when every game used to come with a manual? That was awesome. I miss those days. And not just because my foot didn't hurt back then.






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