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In a true roguelike fashion, levels are randomly generated each time a new game is started. And 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
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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
There is a total of six characters that can be used in game with three to start and three unlocked through playing and beating the games dungeons. Each one feels unique and will have a different playstyle that will have to be used, making for varied gameplay. See More
Some games do not fully adapt to the wide range of aspect ratios available on Android devices (the 4:3 screen on the Nexus 9 being a standout with this issue) which leads to letterboxing of some kind. Sproggiwood does not have this issue as it support all aspect ratios. See More
The map is hidden by fog of war until you explore it, meaning you can't devise a solution from the start. Because revealing the map regenerates your health and mana you can't explore everything at the start. You need to spend most of the game not knowing the state of the rest of the map. See More
The game gets its roots from roguelikes, and the complexity of the combined genre really enhances the puzzle solving side of the game. Instead of being real time, or taking place in a large expansive world, Desktop Dungeons games take place on a small 20x20 dungeon. Although the map is small, there is tons of strategy to figuring out the optimal way to clear the dungeon. Unveiling tiles is how you recover health and mana, so the game is fundamentally about efficiently using the tools and resources available to you in each map and coming up with unique strategies in such a small space. You must balance the risk between trying to get experience from exposed monsters and exploring deeper into the fog of war. See More