A small village is the gathering point of heroes where four of them will embark on a quest under your command for the riches that lie in the dungeons. Crawl the dungeons with a battle system that has potential, but […]
Tag: dungeon crawler
Soulblight shows a lot of promise, but ultimately it becomes a chore.
Delver is definitely a little roguelike gem that fans of the genre will love. It is well done in its relative simplicity, entertaining, and fair in the challenges it proposes. It might not have the variety or scope of other […]
Oooh we spoil you. The golden age of PC roguelikes is here. Let’s take a good look at Haque. An interesting and refreshing take on the genre.
The Scrungeon Depths is a real-time dungeon crawl with rogue-like elements, which leaves you wading through piles of pixel-graphic bodies as you try to dodge vicious monsters and game-breaking bugs.
Xenomarine is an old-skool rogue-like dungeon crawler in space. Take the role of the wussiest, most ill-equipped space marine you’ve ever seen and see how long you can survive.
Inspired by a great series, Fall of Light fails to distinguish itself on its own.
Take my arm and I’ll take your eyes!
A game that does AAAAALLLLLLLL THE THINGS! A gloriously inconsistent all-you-can-eat buffet of RPG, dungeon crawling, quests, crafting, fishing(!), cartoonery, turn-based combat and probably other stuff I haven’t even discovered yet. Not to mention three different types of fancy graphics.
You might want to shut your door and close your blinds before playing this First Person Dungeon Crawler/Visual Novel/JRPG hybrid!