Inside a Star-filled Sky dev’s next is The Castle Doctine

By Brenna Hillier, Monday, 22 October 2012 01:25 GMT

Jason Rohrer, the developer behind a number of well-received indie releases, has detailed his latest project – “a massively multiplayer game of burglary and home defense”.

Revealed via a stripped-back teaser site, The Castle Doctrine is a top-down affair, and is expected on Linux, Mac and PC “soon”.

That’s all the informaiton we have, but check out a few uncommunicative screens below.

Rohrer’s credits include Passage, Sleep is Death, Inside a Star-filled Sky and Diamond Trust of London; his work is often experimental but generally well received.

Thanks, IndieGames.

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