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In a true roguelike fashion, levels are randomly generated each time a new game is started. Interestingly, Pixel Dungeon goes one step further by randomizing effects of all items as well so it's impossible to tell if a dropped item will have a positive or a negative effect based on its sprite. See More
Next to the typical selection of buffs, de-buffs, potions (that can be either consumed or thrown), weapons and armor (that have to identified and can carry with them bonuses and curses), there are also less common items like random teleportation scrolls, map reveals, etc. See More
The way the game plays out there are many story options that will be triggered due to previous choices in the game. Being that it branches out like this it will take many playthroughs to experience all of the stories options. See More
With the Steampunk motif and the way that the game transitions, users can see that a lot of style and imagination was used in the creation of the game. Being that it is based off of Jules Verne's novel "Around the World in 80 Days", fans of the author should find a lot to like here and those new to the author should be able to find something they like being that it is an established classic. See More
Great little conquer the world game. Short challenging and varied games each time See More
Seeing things like Jedi vs Sith and politics in the game that are now staples of the newer movies helps to feel as though the game fits into the cannon quite well. With so many movie license games in the past being quick cash-ins, it is great to see the Star Wars license used in a manner that fits with the cannon and of high quality development. See More
There is a multitude of ways to die in Out There and being that the game is a roguelike, there will be a lot of restarts. Each and everyone brings the player back to the beginning to do everything over again, which can be frustrating and cause for lulls in play at the beginnings. See More
For players without internet or those just wanting to play without the interference of others, Galaxy on Fire 2 HD is a single player only game. Galaxy on Fire uses a few different types of game play, story-driven, mission-based and sandbox modes allow you the player to be in control of how you play the game. See More
Offline single player gameplay is great for players that don't always have an available internet connection
There are a few puzzle sections in the game that are all logic based, meaning no randomness to them. There are clues on how to solve them as well as direct answers scattered around each level, so for those that do get stuck, don't worry as there may be something up ahead that helps solve it. See More
Parts of the environment in the game can be used against ones enemies, such as spike floor traps, turned over fire pits or even captive NPCs. Utilizing these objects or NPCs adds an extra set of tools to aid in the players fight to reach the end of each level. See More
Faif uses and entertaining mix of match tile puzzle games and roguelikes, in that the player matches five tiles to complete moves such as striking their opponent or earning more health, Once an opponent is defeated the player then goes on to the next just as in a roguelike the player goes another level deeper into the dungeon. See More
Wordbase plays more like a game of chess than a conventional word game. With each player having a base at each end of the board, the goal is to get to the other side first with words on the board. Thought the most interesting part is that players can cut off the others line of words by intersecting them which results in cutting off the players progress above the intersection. See More
The 7th Guest: Remastered is an Android OS exclusive, meaning iOS and the Windows Phone platforms will not receive the game for sometime. Seeing as how a lot of high quality releases on release on iOS at first, it is refreshing to see Android the preferred platform for a release. See More
The player will try to make their way through 22 different point and click stages that each contain a puzzle that must be solved to progress. A classic point and click formula that does not stray from the genres roots. See More
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