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Minimum Recommended Hardware: Operating system: XP/Vista/Windows 7 // Processor: Dual-core processor (Intel Dual Core 2.0 GHz or AMD Athlon X2 5200+ 2.6 GHz) // Memory: 1GB // Hard disk space: 180 MBs // Video: DirectX 9.0c compatible, PixelShader & Vertex Shader 1.1 // Sound: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound cards // DirectX®: 9.0c compatible // .Net FrameWork 4.0
Tiny Barbarian DX is an action game inspired by sword and sorcery fiction such as Conan the Barbarian or Fafhrd & the Grey Mouser. Besides being a thrill-a-minute Sword-'em-Up (or "swup"), the game is broken down into unrelated episodes, just like the old fantasy stories in pulp magazines.
Tiny Barbarian DX is Complete! The Switch version is available in stores and on the Nintendo eShop, and the Steam version is right where we left it, on Steam, but it has been updated to include all four episodes! At this time, it is only available on Steam. If you own the game via Humble Bundle, you can access and redeem your Steam key via your Humble Account or Key Resender and follow the directions there.
Not much! All the stages, episodes, and bonus content is included in both versions, as well as 2-player co-op. The only difference is the physical goodies included with the retail version of the Switch.
Tiny Barbarian DX was designed anthology-style, where each episode is its own self-contained adventure with a new setting, new enemies, and new music. At this time, all the planned episodes have been completed and are included in the game!
If you bought it through our website or the Humble Shop, log in to you Humble account and find your download page. If you don't remember your account details (or never made one!) you can use the Humble Shop Key Resender to get a link to your download page. If you have it on Steam, the new version will update itself automatically. Note that at this time, only the Steam version offers the complete game, but your Humble account has a Steam key attached to it that you can redeem.
The original Tiny Barbarian served as a prototype or "proof of concept" for TinyB DX. DX has a wider range of moves, smoother gameplay, enemies that can be juggled, mounts, more bosses, more music, and is just generally better in every way. You can still get the original game here, although it is not a demo--the new game has a number of new features and different system requirements.