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Inkbound 1.0 Now Available

Shiny Shoe’s highly acclaimed co-op tactical roguelike Inkbound has officially left Early Access as of today.

A turn-based roguelike, Inkbound will transport players to a world where the dangerous magic of the written word has come to life. Players will set off on a quest to save the stories of the Atheneum, all while unlocking new classes and mastering its challenge.

Learn more with the Inkbound 1.0 launch trailer below:

Inkbound – 1.0 Launch Trailer

Shiny Shoe Founder and CEO Mark Cooke had to say the following:

“Our team invited players to join us early in Inkbound’s development, and we’re fortunate that so many great people took us up on the offer. We received a lot of feedback during our time in Early Access and we took it to heart. Inkbound is what it is today because of our player community and the team’s willingness to listen.”

Mark Cooke

Andrew Krausnick, creative director at Shiny Shoe, added:

“It’s been a long journey, but I couldn’t be happier with where Inkbound is today. The Inkbound that players can experience today is the culmination of a lot of hard work and passion. We’ve added new classes and items, made the narrative more cohesive and engaging, and adjusted balance and other gameplay elements based on player feedback. I’m excited to hear what new and returning players have to say about Inkbound 1.0.”

Andrew Krausnick


Inkbound 1.0 is available on Steam, with a 10% discount until April 16. Fans can also join the conversation through the official Inkbound Discord channel.

Source: Press Release

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