The Czech Republic (uncommonly referred to as Czechia) is a relatively young country in Europe, one half of the peaceful dissolution of Czechoslovakia in 1993, and, surprisingly, a marginal contributor to the world’s videogame industry amounting to the annual Czech Game of the Year Awards. One Czech developer most gamers around the world are very likely unfamiliar with is the two-person Attu Games, whose first title was the puzzle platformer Toby: The Secret of the Mine. Their second game was the Castlevania: Symphony of the Night-inspired Feudal Alloy, which is surprisingly great for an RPG developed by only two people.
Feudal Alloy follows the journey of a robot named after the game’s developer, Attu, who searches throughout an interconnected world for ten medals owned by the antediluvian robots at the retirement facility where he works. The plot isn’t much to write home about and doesn’t receive a conclusion until