Noita’s spellcasting system is ridiculously in-depth and rewards player experimentation, even though that could very well lead to your own death.
Tag: dungeon crawler
Under the pretense of a roguelike where players can choose the length of the run, Book of Demons brings a fun but long campaign anyone can enjoy.
Despite its combat, Going Under is undoubtedly a great piece of creative work, and it proves that there’s so much more that can be done within this popular and overcrowded genre.
Brains! And heart! And long conversations about our feelings! And maybe a bit of turn based combat with elemental damage configurations. But also brains!
I literally cannot believe that I'm doing monster girl hunting/rubbing for the third goddamn time.
A nice and spiced twist to a classic dungeon crawler adventure!
All the delight of a cute ninja girl with the additional complexity of well designed sliding puzzles and a strong replay value for completionists.
Return to the wild world of Moonlighter with a DLC package that can add either hours of satisfying spelunking or days of grinding, depending on your view.
Book of Demons takes everything I love about hack and slash dungeon crawling and flattens it for easy packing and anywhere demon hunting.