Ikenfell

Ikenfell

released on Oct 08, 2020

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Ikenfell

released on Oct 08, 2020

A turn-based tactical RPG about a group of troublesome magic students. Use timing mechanics to power your spells and block attacks, explore the twisted halls of a vast magic school, fight challenging monsters and bosses, and uncover dark secrets never meant to be found.


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'Ikenfell' has my heart. Fun combat, a delightful world, and engaging characters, 'Ikenfell' has all the qualities required for a heatfelt indie hit.

But what makes 'Ikenfell' special, to me, is just how queer it is. Most of it's cast is gay and/or genderqueer, including the only use of neopronouns I've ever seen in a videogame.

Not only is 'Ikenfell' a great time on paper, but it's the only game that's made me feel 'seen', and for that it has my heart.


Good characters, solid combat, and a lot of side missions and optional story content that you can really sink your teeth into. There are pacing issues and most notably enemies get REALLY tanky in the late game, where getting the timings are necessary to win, but it's still very enjoyable overall.


they're all gay everyone is gay or NB


god, this game rules.
The story is great, the combat is super fun (and skippable if you're just here for the story) and the MUSIC, just holy shit.

Definitely a slept on gem of 2020, I highly recommend this game whenever I can.