One of the most mysterious and well-thought indie-games ever existed is Deltarune – Undertle 2. The uniqueness of the story is all about making decisions and realizing to what extent your decisions really influence a situation. If this sounds too philosophically to you, let’s discuss some examples from the game. For instance, when playing Deltarune, you have a choice whether to communicate with your opponents in a peaceful way or to set up a fight with them (by the way, they have really hellish attacks with millions of bullets flying into your character all simultaneously). You can defeat them in both ways. This means that a final result doesn’t really depend on which way of confrontation you rely on. This is your choice. By the way, the game fans are not very kind to those players that decide to destroy and kill everything on their way! And one of the members of your team, Suzie, is just a person of that kind. She will try to attack the enemies almost all the time, no matter what you really want and there is no way you can control her, unless you put a magical spell on her. As you may already know, the previous part called Undertal had a multiple ending options. This time, the game author Toby Fox have abandoned this idea of openness. In Deltarune you have only one ending and no matter what you do, you will arrive at it anyway. Of course, such grade of thoughtfulness and mysteriousness is quite natural for indie games, however, this time you have a perfect combination of everything that makes a really amazing one. From the character design to background music, Deltarune is something really original and pretty. It’s a pity that the current version of the game is more like a demo version since Fox doesn’t have an opportunity to launch a longer version. You will spend just a couple of hours trying to save the world and talking (or fighting) with monsters.
But here are some really great news. We all know that game fans cannot live without merchandise, especially when it is bright and stylish. Well, have you ever dreamt of getting yourself a T-shirt with your favorite indie game? Now you can do so. The official Undertale and Deltarune merchandise is already available! You can purchase plushies, posters, clothes, and even pins with your favorite characters. So despite the fact that the full version of the game has not seen the world yet, you can please yourself with merchandise for a while. You can get them on the official website of the game. And Deltarune itself can be played on our resource absolutely for free!