Untamed Tactics: A Tactical RPG with Cute Animal Characters and Detailed Worlds
Untamed Tactics, a Tactical RPG with a focus on adorable animal characters and detailed worlds inspired by renowned titles like Tactics Ogre, has launched after four years of careful development. The game, which has received positive feedback from players so far, including from a YouTuber who played the beta, is already seeing some purchases from curious players impressed by its incredible visuals.
“After years of hard work, we are thrilled to announce that Untamed Tactics is officially released!” developer Madhead Entertainment writes on the game’s Steam page. “We would like to thank everyone who supported us during development and gave us feedback. Your support means a lot to us.”
The game, which includes a player-created mode, an online co-op mode, and a story mode featuring more than 30 unique maps, has already attracted some players who say they will be picking it up.
“I’m gonna buy it,” one user writes, “I love cute axe-wielding animals and supporting indie developers.” Another replies, “If you like cute axe-wielding animals and supporting indie developers, then you should buy it.”
Not everyone is so positive, however. Another user comments, “I’m sorry, but small indie developers often create poorly designed games with a strange fixation on mental health.” This prompts a back-and-forth between the two users, with one defending the game and the other expressing disappointment that it does not have a demo available.
“I’m just a bit disappointed the devs didn’t provide a demo,” another user writes. “I’ll be watching a video review before making a decision.”
Overall, Untamed Tactics’ launch, which comes after years of work and excitement from players, has generated excitement and interest, with many players eager to give the tactical RPG a chance, despite reservations about supporting small indie developers.
Check out the launch trailer for Untamed Tactics below, and be sure to read our guide on how to get a Steam key if you’re interested in playing the game yourself.