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Depot Games: Chaos Funk

Current Version: 1.0

Project Status: Completed

Highest Popularity: #1 during August 2010

Links: Web Site

Category: Strategy

Developers: Richard Phipps

Number of Players: 8 (Turn Based (Local))

Ports: Windows

Source Code: Not Available

Author's Description: A remake of the classic spectrum game 'Chaos': A multi player, turn based, fantasy war game. Each player takes on the role of a wizard and attempts to kill the other wizards by casting spells or summoning creatures to attack them. Wizards start off with a random selection of spells and must use them strategically to win. Some spells can be used to make the wizard more powerful by giving him magical armour or weapons. Others directly attack other wizards or creatures while a large number summon creatures to fight for the wizard. The creatures summoned all have various abilities, strengths and weaknesses. Some can move quickly or even fly across the battle field, others are strong or tough in combat.

Features 640 x 480 fullscreen or windowed graphics.
Funky zoom mode.
Hi-res gfx and good sound effects.
Human & Computer players.
Faithful to the original game.

Currently in-progress but nearly has all the features of the original game.


Name Comments Size Date 744,529 01/24/2007 11:16 AM

What's New:


+ Added AI players capable of going in magic trees, castles and riding on mountable creatures.

+ Added a super flexible sound system for the ability to play multiple weighted samples from spell/creature specific or general sections. Also features multiple sound set support.

+ Many bug fixes and changes to make the game play better and the AI stronger.

Now has all the features of the original game and more! :)

Public Opinion
Overall Rating: 9.5
  • 10Looks very professional! It is really awesome.
  • 8Very fun, and addictive, too! I liked the little sound effects, and even though I found the graphics a bit rough (I guess perhaps just a bit too retro for my liking) the game still felt very polished.
  • 9This game has saved me from many hours of boring courses. Very fun to play with a few friends.
The Developer
Richard Phipps
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