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RPG Lotharus – Bacon, Ale & Repeat is free at Itch


This Turn-based RPG that will keep you very entertained all way through with 10 Hours of playtime (Main Quest only). Free at Itch until Saturday, July 30th.

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Minotaurs are ruling the forests and have been struck by a decease that makes them go berserk and gives them an urge to urinate much.. EVERYWHERE!
They locked up the King of Lotharus and there’s only one way to save the Ale.. I mean King…!

Bust your way through forests, dungeons, deserts, swamps, icy landscapes, secret passageways, waterfilled parts and more.

The biggest obstacle would be to find yourself a woman, a house and start decorating that house with furnitures.

Maybe.. Just maybe, you’ll return to Krynto again when all this is over.. With or without a woman.


Just head over to game page at Itch.io and click the “Download or Claim” button. Note that you must be logged in to do this.

This PC games usually costs $9.99 but for a limited time you can add it to your Itch account for free. If you wish, you can leave a tip for the developer but it’s not a requirement to get the game.

This is a DRM-free copy, which means you can download it, back it up and keep it forever without needing any clients such as Steam or Epic Games Store, and it will work on PC and Mac.

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  1. Republique VR is available for free at the Oculus store – Rift Version:

    Quest Version:

    Supports Rift
    Supports Rift S
    Supports Quest
    Supports Quest 2
    Supports Touch Controllers
    Supports Gamepad
    Supports Oculus Remote
    Internet connection required

    You need to redeem the Rift version, then you can go back and redeem the Quest version as well, if you really want too.

    Reviews are mixed.

      • I didn’t enjoy the non-VR version much, I accidentally took a wrong turn that took me to the next level while I still had stuff to collect on level 1 and cracked the s**ts with it. But I’m hoping the VR version adds an extra layer of immersion..?


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