Across all dimensions, the only constant is Darkness! A procedurally generated RPG-roguelike journey across the multiverse! In One Way Heroics, you take on the role of an intrepid adventurer who must travel across the land and face the Demon Lord before a mysterious darkness engulfs everything.
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Release Date: Feb 28, 2014

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October 6

[OWH Ver1.89 > 1.90 / OWH+ Ver1.25 > 1.27]

Hi guys, we updated the with the following:

  • [OWH/OWH+] When the NPCs are fighting somewhere far from the player, the process is fast forwarded.
  • [OWH/OWH+] The notification window for "Item exchange" or "using Dimensional vault" is moved a bit.
  • [OWH+] Pressing the acceleration key during the item selection in the menu or exchange screen will enable you to move every 3 items.
  • [OWH+] Bug fix: Upon setting the "Automatic Turnaround" function to "1: Only Sec.key" and try to press Sec.key + diagonal key at the same time, it was not working properly.
  • [OWH+] Warning message now appears when you killed protected animals and get hostile with Jade Forest.
  • [OWH+] Bug fix: When "Fluffy Baton" is equipped, the "Attack" became "Snipe Shot" in the status window.
  • [OWH+] Bug fix: Dark area in the dungeon was not cleared when you exchange the position with ally NPCs.
  • [OWH+] Text fix: Item description of "Mimic's Tail" is fixed from ATK/DEF+50% to ATK+200%/DEF+200%

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September 12

Mystery Chronicle: One Way Heroics has been released!

The remake of One Way Heroics by Spike Chunsoft has now appeared on Steam!

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“A fantastic game bite-sized roguelike for those who can exercise a little bit of patience.”
83 – RPG Fan

“This game gives you lots of reasons to go back to it and chances are that you will.”
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“For people that sit down and spend serious amounts of time with their purchases, the daily dimensions offers limitless replayability.”
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About This Game

In One Way Heroics, you take on the role of an intrepid adventurer who must travel across the land and face the Demon Lord before a mysterious shadow engulfs everything.

Darkness always approaches from the left, and with each movement or action you take, the void creeps ever closer. Forced to run right, you'll encounter any number of monsters, allies, thieves and shops on your desperate journey to stop the end of everything.

The good news is that you don't just have access to one world. You have access to all of them.

  • A nearly infinite number of worlds to save and explore!
  • Multiple classes to unlock, each with different skills and advantages.
  • Dimensional Vault: Don't waste extra valuables! Lock away your inventory and save it for your next run!
  • Time control: when the going gets tough, the tough freeze time and work out a new strategy.
  • Steam goodies: trading cards, emoticons and wallpapers that proudly broadcast your OWH finesse!

Every world is different and unique. Lust forests or corrupted hellscapes, adorable animals or cunning thieves, each departure is a roll of the die. You might find likeminded heroes willing to journey with you, or you might meet no one and be forced to venture into the unknown alone.

Like a dimension you previously visited? Simply input the name at the Dimensional selection screen before you begin your journey. Want to try your luck with a random reality? Type any word that pops into your head, and watch as One Way Heroics builds you a world based on the name you chose.

Infinite permutations. Infinite worlds. Infinite adventure.

*This game supports Cloud Saves for most system data including clear data and unlockables, however mid-game saves do not carry over.

System Requirements

    • OS: 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10
    • Processor: Pentium III 1.0 GHz or better
    • Memory: 256 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 800x600 resolution or higher
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 50 MB available space
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251 of 271 people (93%) found this review helpful
11 people found this review funny
237.3 hrs on record
Posted: October 29, 2014
It is hard to sum up One Way Heroics into just a few words, so let me give you a couple paragraphs. (If you're the sort that likes to go "tl;dr" then just scroll to the bottom, but I mean, then why are you even reading reviews to begin with?)

I picked this game up for <$0.60 when it was sale during the summer. I have to say, those were the best $0.60 I have ever spent. One Way Heroics doesn't appeal to you with stunning graphics, rich storytelling, or intricate gameplay. Instead, it is more retro gaming, silly short tales, and an easy to pick-up set of controls. Now you might be wondering, why would I want something like that? Arguably everything but simplicity of the controls could be considered negative or at least niche. One Way Heroics doesn't offer high spec gaming while emptying your wallet - what you're buying is meaningless fun and entertainment.

When I first opened this game and started an adventure, I found myself with my silly little 2D character talking to a "Naughty King Victor" about the darkness at the left of my screen that would attempt to eat me until I killed the Demon Lord. Yes, clearly the storyline could use some work, but as I struggled to kill weak mobs and then stronger demons I found myself falling for this game. Everything was fairly straightforward and the desire to complete achievements, "save the world," and become a true hero compels you to play over and over again. It doesn't take several hours to do a run through like a quest in some RPG, just 30 minutes or so if you're short on time. Yet, you can play longer sessions that go for tens of hours depending completely on what you want to do and how much time you have - and those hours? They were some fun hours.

I won't try to tell you that you'll be so entranced with One Way Heroics that you'll spend thousands of hours playing it - you probably won't. But it's easy to lose 10, 20, maybe even 100 hours of your life having fun by sending your hero towards the right of your screen. Was that worth my 60 cents while it was on sale? Definitely. Is it worth the full $3.49? Absolutely. Most of us play games to have fun - and One Way Heroics delivers.


If you're a hardcore gamer looking for a game with brilliant graphics and intricate/competitive gameplay to drop thousands of hours on, I think you're better off somewhere else.
If you're someone looking to spend 10-100 hours having fun in your spare time? Buy One Way Heroics.
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273 of 300 people (91%) found this review helpful
18.1 hrs on record
Posted: February 28, 2014
I had already logged in about 70 hours before the Steam release, so let me say that, for a price this small, this is definitely a game worth checking out.

The game's big gimmick is that the world's slowly getting gobbled up from the left side, which means you gotta keep on going to the right, which adds an element of urgency since you gotta plan your moves ahead of time or you're getting screwed over. And with eight different classes to choose from, each actually requiring you to play differently (like, you wouldn't head in solo with a bard or keep your backside exposed with a hero) and a whole bunch of perks to apply and combine in whoknowshowmany ways, in addition with too many possible worlds to traverse and daily campaigns AND a bit of writing here and there that, while often rather generic, still has a couple bits that might make you go "oh, I didn't expect that" the first time you encounter them, you'll more likely than not spend a lot of time on this, provided you're into games experimenting with the roguelike concept.

Presentation wise, it's a bit eh, though that's more of a personal issue. The music got annoying very quickly, so I turned it off. And the character portraits look rather amateurish and sketchy, but you don't see them too much, so they're easy to skim over.

Still, if you got the cash to spare, give it a shot.
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160 of 169 people (95%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
57.0 hrs on record
Posted: April 27, 2015
One of the more overlooked games on Steam (probably because it was made in Wolf RPG Editor), this game was actually made by the creator of Wolf RPG Editor. In this game, you have to battle against the screen scrolling basically. If you get scrolled off the screen, you die. There are lots of interesting RPG elements at play here, such as different classes, leveling, skills, weapons, partners, and more. You can also save some items from your failed runs to use for the next run. The game is procedurally generated, and you can play worlds other people played by entering their world's seed. The game will also show you who was/is online on the same map you are. There are daily maps to explore and this game has a ton of depth you might not expect just looking at it. The expanded version is out on Playism and coming to Steam in the near future, but this version is well worth playing on its own.
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269 of 314 people (86%) found this review helpful
46.6 hrs on record
Posted: February 28, 2014
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I put quite a few hours in on the game before it released on steam.

The game feels quite smooth so it took my brain some time to process the fact that this is a turn based game and play accordingly. Once I figured it out though, I really enjoyed myself. There are lots of unlockable classes, map modes, and difficulty levels. Plus the world is randomly generated so the game can be different every time. Since character stats and a limited number of items/weapons carry over between play throughs the game has good replay value and individual save slots add even more.

Initially I didn't like the darkness/forced scrolling mechanic but it grew on me as I played. With the darkness quickly following you, every action matters in combat and dungeon exploration so even though the game won’t move without you, there isn't much chance to catch your breath in these situations. There is a genuine fear of trying to open a chest only to get trapped by the darkness that nicely complements the regular fear of death by monster. The game is fun so despite bland visuals, if you watch game play with this information and it seems interesting or you enjoy rouge like games, then for well under $5 I can recommend Once Way Heroics.
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124 of 129 people (96%) found this review helpful
7 people found this review funny
103.9 hrs on record
Posted: November 21, 2014
One Way Heroics is like potato chips: you eat one, and you can't help but go for another.

For those moments where a player wants to pop open an RPG, but doesn't quite want to start a 40 hour time investment, OWH is perfect; simple combat, roguelike gameplay, and varied challenge levels depending on one's mood. Whether for a 20 minute stroll or an epic 2-hour odyssey with perma-death waiting around every corner, this game aims to suit itself to multiple tastes.

Finishing a game, whether winning or losing, awards points used to boost one's future playthroughs (with wins awarding more). Whether it be unlocking new perks or opening new slots in the Dimensional Vault to transfer items from one playthrough to the next, every run feels like it progresses the player. That being said, while there are technically save areas, losing concludes the run and records the player's performance right there - no going back to try and get more points, but it will allow you to conclude a run 'just for funsies'. Maniac Mode, the game's 'hardcore' setting also prevents players from importing items from previous games, though depositing new items is still possible. Save points and dimensional vaults make the game friendly for casual runs, but the true hero wins on Maniac Mode with no takesies backsies (the greatest scores are only counted upon no deaths).

More than that, the game is also surprisingly colorful. Dialogue and narrative is sparse, but sweet and entertaining. Furthermore, there are hidden secrets everywhere: the various characters you meet may have hidden dialogue, items may have unexpected purposes, and the non-restrictive nature of weapons gives a lot of freedom in designing 'builds'. There are even secret ways to win - it is recommended you do not go in with a guide, and simple explore yourself, as reading the wiki ruins a lot of the surprises this game has to offer (don't even look up those secret ways to win).

This reviewer's only criticism is that, after clocking a couple dozen hours, I'm ready for more! The weapons do resemble each other a bit too much, there's a hard limit on the available spells/abilities, dungeons resemble each other, and the charming character dialogues do eventually run dry.

For $3.50, this game was absolutely and totally worth it. It's creative, it's original, it's got high replayability, it suits people looking for various challenge levels, and it deserves to be recognized for what it is: a small but great roguelike RPG.
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119 of 126 people (94%) found this review helpful
44.0 hrs on record
Posted: July 6, 2014
Being a big fan of Anime, turn based RPG's and rogue-like games, I was very curious with One Way Heroics, having an accessible price, I decided to risk buying it and check it out, truth be told I would never thought I'd love this game so much as I do, it completely caught me by surprise.

The mechanics are quite simple, you're forced to go eastwards in an 8 character string world (that is randomly generated each play-through) in order to avoid a mysterious mist that is covering the planet.

Each decision you take being a dialogue option, attacking, defending, healing, equipping and so on, will be counted as a turn, each turn you do the mist will also do his in parallel so you'll have to make sure to not fall behind or your play-through will be over, so you'll have to have special attention to which decisions or paths you should take, sometimes you'll feel compelled to explore a dungeon and find new items but the mist can prove to be too risky since you'll always have that constant threat looming next to you.

You have different ways of ending one play-through depending of the difficulty and the game mode you're playing, you can achieve victory by killing the demon king, by reaching the end of the world, by killing a secret boss and so on, in order to spice it up the developers decided to make some random events, cities and quests to make the game more interesting and more unique in each play-through.

The game UI is quite simple and it does well its job, the game soundtracks are fun and memorable but they can get a bit repetitive after a while, the art style ain't phenomenal by any means but overall it has an interesting and unique presentation to it.

The game is very affordable and full of content, it has great replay value, so I'd like to recommend to all of you who is thinking about getting this underrated gem, you'll love it!
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101 of 121 people (83%) found this review helpful
2.1 hrs on record
Posted: February 28, 2014
A Rogue-like with old school Japanese style. Despite it's cheap price there's a lot of replay value with its unlockable classes and "Dimension" (randomly generated worlds from their online server) select which you choose before setting off on your adventure. Gather equipment, healing items, upgrade items and even party members to become strong enough to defeat the Demon Lord.

Time is limited however, the screen will continuously scroll to the right and if you are caught in this "Darkness" you will die. This is not an open world RPG where you can take things slowly and explore, your destination is eastward and the game will happily remind you of that.

At the end of the Dimension (win or lose) you are graded and given Hero Points. Points can be spent to unlock additional classes or skills, called Perks, but also to expand your Vault. Your Vault allows you to transfer over items you have collected to a bank so that any new characters you make will have access to these items before beginning their level.

The game also comes with achievements and cards. For the asking price I couldn't recommend it enough!
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48 of 49 people (98%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
190.0 hrs on record
Posted: August 27, 2015
So, after finally clearing the game and seeing 95% of what it has to offer, I figured I could give my two cents to people considering wether to buy this game.
Simple version? Buy it. Longer version:


The setting itself is quite simple. You are the hero, saving the world from darkness that's devouring everything. And to do that you have to kill Demon Lord, who's somewhere over there ------>
That's basically it, but there is so much more, if you care to search for it. Game is filled with alternative endings, hidden classes, party members... Well, you get the point. It actually makes me really sad that only 4,6% of players have invested time to complete the game in some other way, than beating the Demon Lord, as they are missing out on great plot, that's just hidden within seemingly generic RPG storyline.


As you embark to find the Demon Lord somewhere over that ------> way in randomly generated world, the said darkness is chasing you, destroying villages, killing the monsters and, most important of all, keeping you from stopping. On your way you'll encounter multitude of different terrain types, villages, dungeons, enemies, merchants, friends, (friendly) ghosts of other players and so on. The further you go, the harder game becomes.
Combat is very much in retro RPG style. You act ---> your party members act ----> enemies act. Extra agility can get you (or enemies) multiple moves in a row. There are status ailments, buffs, critical hits and plenty other things involved as well.


The game lets you pick the difficulty setting from Walk in a park, Afternoon Stroll, Grueling Campaign or Inhumane odysseu, but even the Walk in a park isn't exactly a cakewalk for newcomer, while Inhumane Odysseu often catches even experienced players by surprise. You also choose your class, perks, and wether you'd like to start with some items from your previous misadventures, so game lets you have very much control over the level of difficulty.


I enjoyed this game immensely. When i got it for around 0,60€, I felt like I was robbing the developer, because this game is a rare gem that has great potential. So I was just happy to pay the 5-ish € for the new DLC, as I felt I had finally paid him back.
The game is addictive (albeit a bit repetitive), and easily triggers the "ONE MORE RUN" -feeling, that made me waste many evenings while trying to overcome hardest ordeals the game had to throw at me.
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95 of 127 people (75%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
3.1 hrs on record
Posted: June 29, 2015
It's like a mix of old final fantasy games and a little bit of half minute hero. There is limited time to be in one place, because the darkness is moving from the left side. It's funny because you need to slowly move to the right. There are many perks to unlock, new classes and other things. Gameplay is not that bad and the further you get the more exciting it is. The worlds are random generated so don't need to worry if you forget where have you been last time. This game is good for one or two shots from time to time otherwise it may be boring.
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56 of 67 people (84%) found this review helpful
2.2 hrs on record
Posted: February 28, 2014
Just started playing it not too long ago, but so far, you can't argue with the quality of the game for the price.

It's obscenely replayable, a lot of fun, and a great coffee break roguelike, especially with mid play saves available. There seem to be absolute tons of classes and perks, with a lot of strategy being offered after runs with "Hero Points" which allow you to expand your Dimensional Vault (to transfer powerful items between characters), unlock perks, and unlock classes.

It's certainly worth its price, almost no question about it. There are a few small problems with the game, such as there being no mouse support whatsoever. You can't click on anything, so you have to scroll using the keyboard.

It plays much more fluidly with a controller, so do yourself a favor and hook one up before starting the game. I guarantee you you'll have more fun that way.

It's only 3 bucks right now and 3.50 at full price! Go pick it up! Play it! Defeat the Demon Lord, hero!

UPDATE: Lately, I've been having a lot of crashing issues with the game, which is frustrating. I'm not sure if it's a change in my system or just a bug that presents itself a couple hours into the game. I'd likely say it's due to changes in my system, since I've seen no similar complaints in other reviews.

However, I just want to mention it just in case.
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8.2 hrs
Posted: October 26
I bought this a while back, mainly because of the price and it had good reviews. I didn't play it much until recently, but omg am I really enjoying it. I honestly cannot recommend this game enough, it's loaded with content and the replayability is just through the roof. I haven't explored the "plus" part yet I don't think, but I highly recommend buying One Way Heroics Plus if you are considering buying this game. It's a pixel scroller, an amazing one at that, so if you're a fan of pixel games, that's one more reason to buy this. I have 8 hours in right now, and I still feel like I've experienced a very low amount of content. It's just so vast it's amazing. For the price, you're really getting a bang for your buck.
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1.2 hrs
Posted: October 26
A fun little game that you can spend thirty minutes on or a few hours. Definitely good fun.
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Professor Q
3.8 hrs
Posted: October 21
So being couch-ridden the past few days, I wanted to try something I could play sideways, so a turn based RPG seemed pretty appropriate. Thus I tried "One-Way Heroics" (which I got in a humble bundle) aaand...

It's okay.

It's a roguelike, and it's.... Kind of relaxing? The music is nice. It's an interesting idea... I mean, the gameplay setup is neat, except that it's about as shallow as a puddle.

After beating the game a few times, it feels a little empty. It carries a similar style to something like Half-Minute Hero, but with none of the personality. What personality it does have is weirdly awkward - the ultimate class literally strips down naked.

Overall I'd probably classify this as an Idea game. It's not a bad idea, but they just didn't do enough with it to make it worth recommending.

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Azz - Rushman
62.2 hrs
Posted: October 20
The game is amazing. I'll elabore below.

I'll start with the bad things i saw on my first minutes.


UI : At first you will be overwhelmed by the UI, lots of stuff you don't know of, and weird position (I'm still not used to having a map in middle of the screen).
Everything looks so small : The graphics are distant, but you'll accustom to it pretty easily. F4 (window size) will be your friend here.
"Chatbox* : System info can be hard to see (the thing that looks like a chatbox) and you can't (or i haven't seen/found such feature) really scroll it up in case you missed something.

After my first few minutes, i was able to withstand the things i was concerned from. All thanks to these pros.


Soundtrack : The music is amazing. Each area has its own music and you'll be used to hear them pretty often, but the thing that i enjoyed the most, was event music.
Each event has a different soundtrack, and that adds a nice variety to your ears.

I'm just talking about design here, but the quality of the soundtrack is also amazing.
Area music matches pretty well with the environment.
Event music matches with the element of surprice and the feelings you may have while thinking your next move.
Lore (game over / special characters / victory / etc) music is nice, you won't feel that it's out of place or that it affects negatively to what's going on.

Story : This one can be subjective. I love with all my heart the genre of medieval fantasy. You'll find a few clichés, but there is also room for nice plot in between. I won't say which kind of plot, but it was worth it, even tho i kinda like all medieval fantasy plots.

Replayability : I'm pretty serious with this one. I make sure to not buy any game that can't offer a good replayability.

Please understand that after this point, i'll tell some stuff that even tho it's not a spoiler, it counts as stuff that is nice to see for yourself. You don't have to see all the game features in order to see if you'll enjoy it.
After this point i suggest you to try a demo or buy it and play it for as long as you can refund it in case you don't like it.

Following the replayability...
You have different classes, each with unique skills, strenghts and weaknesses. At easy difficulties it isn't that big of a deal, but if you want to beat the game on the harder difficulties, you'll have to make good use of each class' strenghts.

After beating the game, next time you pick a class, you'll see a medal based on the difficulty on the class that you beated the game with.
A nice replayability factor is to complete the game on every difficulty with each class. And...

Randomness :
As long as you keep playing on different realms, you won't have the same experience.

In case you are not that hardcore of a player, you can still repeat the last realm you played, and thus, having another try on the same encounter/environment.
Still, some stuff will be randomized, like items, monsters, treasure and such, so it won't be that boring, you almost won't feel like doing exactly the same.

This is getting too long, and i can't leave my games waiting for too long. So i'll jump to something i found average.


Save system :
You'll either love it or hate it. But you'll have options either way, remember that.

There are three ways to save your adventure (which can turn out to be some pretty long and hardcore expeditions).

1. Find a save attendant.
A young elf will offer a save feature when you find her. I won't say much more, that's up to you. But you'll be able to find her pretty often.

2. Save stone.
A crystal used to save the game. Save attendants sell it, but you can find one in your adventures if you are lucky.

3. Goddess gift.
Once in a while, a goddess will offer a save option at the cost of 5 levels.

Did you see what's so different here?
All saving methods include finding something. This is not a game you can start and leave every 8 minutes. So no gaming at work i guess.

Personally, i love this feature. I like to have to save some money for save crystals and use them wisely. As i said, you'll either love or hate this.

Load system :
The game allows you to save > try > fail > load > try again. It's kinda expensive to do it often, but you can.

I don't like this, and i'm not the kind of person that can avoid to use an advantage when i see it. That's why i like unfair traps and the lack of Easy/Normal difficulties.
Even tho i never play on Easy... If i struggle a lot on normal, i'll consider it.

However, this system is also good in case you are not a hardcore player and you get too frustrated by dying because of a single mistake. (Like unequipping a shield and forgetting to equip it for the tough encounter.)

That's all, i need to go back and play more games. Have fun!
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6.4 hrs
Posted: October 16
Cute, short, rouge light game with progression and classes that get unlocked after every run through.

Full price, maybe not. But on sale it's a nice little game to occupy your time.
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✿ burrito ✿
9.9 hrs
Posted: October 13
Walking right simulator with elements of roguelike rpgs
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0.5 hrs
Posted: October 6
Decent graphics, fun and fairly original playstyle, some cool classes. All around a good purchase for the price.
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The One Chronicler
7.1 hrs
Posted: October 6
Really addictive RPG, reminds me a bit of Shiren the Wanderer for the DS, which was my favorite mystery dungeon game. Also has a bit of a Dark Souls 1 multiplayer thing going on, with players visiting other worlds and leaving messages for each other, and with the insane difficulty of some of the harder modes. I would write a longer review, but that would waste precious seconds that I could be using to play more One Way Heroics.
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Brent The Lvl 95 No-Life
16.2 hrs
Posted: October 2
Amazing game so the thump can only go 'one way' and thats up
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89.9 hrs
Posted: October 2
A fun and challenging grind. Very replayable with tons of classes and skills on a virtually endless number of seeds to play through. Online daily and weekly challenges help to provide some goals and means to progression. Definitely check out the discussions and guides if you're stuck.
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