An action packed platform shooter mashed-up with roguelike and RPG elements, crazy 3D graphics and co-op multiplayer for one to 4 players.
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Release Date: Sep 8, 2016

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September 29

BFG plays: Rogue Stormers

Hey all. We're starting a new video series. BFG plays: games... First game is - naturally - Rogue Stormers, since we're in the middle of the launch preps.

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In other news. We've made massive progress fixing our audio problems. ;)

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September 28

We have release dates for Xbox One and PlayStation 4

We have release dates for the Rogue Stormers PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions. In addition we offer a bundle with Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams on both platforms.

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Deluxe Edition

The Rogue Stormers Deluxe Edition contains the game, the game’s official score by Jonathan van den Wijngaarden with 9 tracks and the official, 48-page digital artbook. The artbook can be found in the games installation folder.

About This Game

Delve deep into the oil rig city of Ravensdale. A medieval metropolis that went bonkers after the people discovered goop - a raw fluid that provided energy, skin cream, bread spread and powered diesel engines. And it turned the people of Ravensdale into raging, bloodthirsty monsters. Lucky for them they have you, leading a pack of lunatic knights on a killing spree to save the city.


Rogue Stormers combines classic run ‘n’ gun gameplay with a modern art style, twin stick shooter configuration and all the good things rogue like has to offer. Did we mention that you can have up to three friends join you on your rampage in either online or couch co-op mode?
Your goal is to fight and beat the ultimate evil threatening Ravensdale - but in order to beat him, you need to fight your way through 7 increasingly challenging levels. If you die, you'll be back at square one. Earned perks are yours to keep, allowing your character to grow stronger with each new raid.
Our technology enables us to layer and combine level chunks to create meaningful level combinations with infinite replayability. An ever-growing cast of enemies, hazards and loot is layered within each chunk, generating incredible diversity.
Tons of different upgrades and weapons will cause each new session to play in a unique fashion, depending on which weapons or upgrades you pick and get. Adding to that are five unlockable character classes, each with its own skills and base weapon.
The further you delve into the vast undercity of Ravensdale, the more you will learn about the city's history and that of its citizens, as well as the tragic backgrounds of the five heroes who took arms to save the city.
All these factors combined determine how you’ll engage the sprawling city of Ravensdale. Will you go toe to toe with your enemies or pick them off them from a distance? Will you cripple your enemies, block attacks or just blast everything apart with pure damage?


  • I'm So Ronery: Single player mode
  • Gun Together for Fun Together: Up to four players local/online co-op
  • All You Can Kill Buffet: 5 character classes to decide whether you feel like murdering people with fire or goop or guns
  • Sick Arse Biomes: All generated procedurally with random placement of enemies, traps and upgrades for infinite replayability
  • Farting Angels And Things that Have Teeth But Shouldn't: Deal with classic orcs, goblins, floating weapon platforms, eldritch horrors and battlegates bristling with weapons
  • Set Things on Fire: Trigger environmental chain reactions that will kill both you and your enemies, but idk, it looks cool
  • It's So Shiny: Game world modeled in blistering 3D
  • Discover New Stuff: Unlock tons of crazy updates and new weaponry that give you even more ways to murder your enemies.
  • Story Time: Unravel Ravensdale's dark history piece by piece and learn your character’s gruesome history

System Requirements

SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: Windows Vista
    • Processor: 2 GHz Dual Core CPU
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 260, AMD Radeon HD 4850 or higher
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Windows-compatible keyboard, mouse
    • OS: Windows 7 / Windows 8
    • Processor: 2.5 GHz Quad Core CPU
    • Memory: 3 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Nvidia GeForce 500, AMD Radeon HD 5000 or higher
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Windows-compatible keyboard, mouse, optional controller (Xbox 360® Controller for Windows recommended)
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.10 or newer
    • Processor: Dual Core processor
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: OpenGL 3.0 (Mesa 10.6.3) Compatible Graphics card
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Any built-in adapter
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.10 or newer
    • Processor: Quad Core Processor (i7 2nd gen or equivalent)
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce 570 or better
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 5 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Any built-in adapter
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133 of 170 people (78%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
4.8 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: July 16, 2014
Dieselstormers: A Tale of Two Orks

For every misguided youth of the last century who grew up on a healthy diet of Nintendo and Sega, run and gun platformers like the ubiquitous Contra were a staple of multiplayer gaming. Long before the days of online first person shooters with dozens of players from around the globe, technologically primitive children like ourselves would gather around our ginormous radiation emitting square televisions, fighting each other for a chance to wield the controller next. Everybody’s household on a weekend was sort of like Lord of Flies, except we had to blow into cartridges before the mayhem could begin.

Dieselstormers, the latest effort from Black Forest Studios, is reminiscent of those old school multiplayer shooters of the past, but without the broken controllers (and friendships). Despite having just entered Early Access on Steam, Dieselstormers is already quite polished for an alpha. Stylistically, the game stands out with a uniquely detailed art style and beautiful, colorful backgrounds. Weapons hit the various goblin enemies with a satisfying thud, and the controls are well executed with both keyboard and mouse and gamepad. Though a full featured single player campaign is already included, the real meat of the game is in the cooperative multiplayer experience, supporting up to four players at a time.

At the start of Dieselstormers, the player is taken to a main area which houses both their main crafting inventory and the mission selection portal. The first weapon given is a weak, ineffectual pistol, but with the completion of each successful mission another gun part and crafting piece is unlocked. Missions are short, generally taking around 5-10 minutes to complete. Multiplayer progress carries over to single player, so players are free to jump between modes as they choose.

Intriguingly, in multiplayer, your character remains alive at “death”, though with diminished powers and barely the ability to push enemies back. Upon a player finding a health pick up, the deceased will be revived. What’s most interesting is that death is not necessarily the end if both players die, as long as some sort of health can be found.

Of course, it must be remembered the game is early access and is still a bit buggy at the moment. During our multiplayer sessions, we had a few crashes and a bit of slowdown, but considering that this is an early alpha, the game shows great promise. Despite the minor issues we encountered, we found Dieselstormers to be quite enjoyable.

For the adventurous, the developers allow work in progress levels to be toggled in the options menu, what they call “construction site mode”. As the developers jokingly proclaim on the options page, “unfinished content can look like an ork’s backside and play like its underpants. You have been warned.” It’s nice to see a developer with a sense of humor, and of course Dieselstormers plays quite well, even in its early state. Of course, it’s not Black Forest Games’ first foray into the platformer genre, having developed the recent Giana Sisters titles. Expect Dieselstormers to only improve as time goes on.

Dieselstormers succeeds in bringing back that old school platformer vibe, and is the kind of game you can play over and over again with your friends, whether it be in bite sized sessions or for hours on end. Pick up one copy, or grab four for some intense side scrolling co-op action. It is available for Early Access purchase on Steam.

For more game reviews and in-depth information make sure to visit Feed Me Pixels.

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75 of 94 people (80%) found this review helpful
7 people found this review funny
221.3 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: March 31
Rogue Stormers is probably the best game you didn't even realize that you already had. Seriously, break it open and play it now and you're going to be asking "where the hell did this game come from and why wasn't I playing it?"

Let's go back for a moment. When it first started out - Dieselstormers (its prior name) got dropped into EA too early and unfinished. The premise was ok, but the overall gameplay was pretty bland, and probably kept you entertained for half an hour before you put it aside and went yup, done that, been there.

It stayed that way for a while, getting some updates but never really enough to make it awesome. Most people set it aside and largely never thought about it again.

But here's the kicker - Realizing this, someone at BFG with large metal gonads actually convinced the team to revamp the game and give it this cool Rogue-style rework. They added a full set of levels with all sorts of really creative critters, a bunch of bosses, and just boatloads of new content. I mean like a really amazing LOT of new content. It just kept getting added and added and added!

What came out the other side is a damn good game. There is a definite Risk of Rain air to it, coupled with much shinier art, an arsenal of unique character classes that change the gameplay, and a whole collection of twisted new items / power-ups that get unlocked as you progress.

The end result is a blast, and totally worth your time to go back and give a serious playing. Unfortunately there's a good chance the media will miss this transformed gem now since it fumbled its initial release, but that didn't keep the developers from just pouring love into this game for years, and the end result really shows it. If you don't already own it, buy this game. If you do own it, play this game, again. You'll be glad you did!
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133 of 192 people (69%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.8 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: October 17, 2015
Developers promised a light, fun, co-op shooter with lots of customization. And we bought into it, to support this idea. Then the developer changed their minds and made this into a grind-focused Rogulike with perma-death and item loss on death. Apparently, this was done because "the community said so." On social media sites, of course, not here.

When we complained about losing both our money, and the game we actually bought, the devs blamed us for "not being there" when the decision was made. Never mind the FIRST decision we made to support their game as it existed and was promised. Nope; its out fault we didnt have a voice, because we didnt follow them on all manner of social media sites and shout louder in the forums. Forget promises or what we were sold - the change is not only not one a lot of us wanted, its apparently OUR fault for NOT speaking up to hold the developers to promise they made.

Please, dont support this.
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91 of 126 people (72%) found this review helpful
12.9 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: July 28, 2014
This game is a RPG action game with guns and gear. Play with up to 4 friends in co-op multiplayer mode or you can play single player. The graphics are beautiful with music that suits the game. Tutorial is helpful with easy to learn controls. Randomized levels makes the game replayable. Goal is to reach the boss at the end and kill the boss to obtain loot drops. I am looking forward to the full version of this game.
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34 of 40 people (85%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
8.0 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: July 24, 2015
If you ever play Shoot Many Robots or at least any game in the Metal Slug series and enjoy any of them, you will find this game quite enjoyable for just being an Early Access title. The game got a lot of potential now that it got a bit of a Rouge-like elements in it. It has a medium pace gameplay so it good for keeping the balance in a Side-scrolling Rouge-like Action game, the pace sure rise higher when you play it in multiplay mode, but right now having people to play with is not that easy (since the game is new).

The graphics feel quirky (weird in a good way), personally I feel it has a good bright and colorful theme with some mechanical stuffs and monsters (which is a unique theme). But some stuffs can be hard to see since sometime the color tone are similar and they overlap each other. Also the guns graphic is well made, some is extremely well designed and fun to play with.

The sounds could use some improvement, more gun sounds, more BGMs, more monster noises, etc... Basically more diversity in sounds and more sounds effects. But for moment I think the sounds is decent.

The gameplay can be expand more, I would say some user customable mode and difficulty could suit this game really well (bosses rush, god mode, extreme mode, etc...). Some noob-friendly tutorial is needed too since the start could somewhat be a little boring since you are being throw in the game with no real explaination - which is important and the game can slip in some of the small story in the tutorial too. I think with just some small tweak the game could get more fun for each stage playthrough (again, Shoot Many Robots is a great example of this). Overall the gameplays should get expand more with some detail touch, so many other great things can be done in the future.

I'll be sure to update this review when the game is updated in the future, but for now I recommend you to give DieselStormers a chance.
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30 of 35 people (86%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
12.2 hrs on record
Posted: April 22
I can only judge single player, but for this it's definitely worth the money. It's not an easy game. You really have to pay attention what you are doing and what's going on. There are a lot of hazards and the enemies give a hard fight. The random level creation can come up with some pretty wicked situations. One has to play carefully and smart. It's not 'casual' but pretty hardcore. Expect to die and rage-quit a lot in the beginning.
Grafics are superb and controlls exact. The whole setting is quite funny.
This game has charm and quality + good game-play. I can recommend it.
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31 of 40 people (78%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
3.4 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: October 21, 2015
Rogue stormers is a solid rogue like with an awesome co-op system. The procedurally generated levels, randomized weapons, and the ton of perks you pick up in chests or from shops in the game adds that magical roguelike sauce that keeps replayability high.

The game is however in early access and is still showing some needed work. There are the occasional monsters who get stuck in walls, characters who's abilities arent complete yet, and a few systems that are either confusing or not quite implemented completely yet. That being said, even with these flaws the game is a solid buy for its price point and will only get better with time.

The coop ability of the game initially worried me as I thought it would detract from the experience but its been well done and other than a few slightly wonky camera issues occasionally is flawlessly implemented.

I enjoyed my time with the game and think its worth the price point. If seeing some place holders and a few bugs will put you off then wait a bit till development completes. Either way Rogue stormers is a quality game with lots of playability for less than the price of a movie and popcorn.

For a deeper look at the game check out my video review here
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18 of 19 people (95%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
32.7 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: April 10
I bought this game last week...

What can I say ? It's really really enjoyable. A steamfriend of mine bought it a while ago and he tried to push me into buying it as well, so we could play the Coop together. He was so persistent and positive about it that I finally snapped and gave it a go.

I was still a bit sceptical at first, because I am more of a casual gamer and read in the forums that the devs increased the difficulty. However the doubt flew away and….

…1-2 hours in, I feel like I am blasting through the enemies. What also helped were the new characters that I unlocked, which matched with my playstile much better - unable of looking forward and reacting last second (ty shotgun girl). There also seems to be tons of content and with a huge update coming up, I feel like I am going to sink a lot more hours into this gem.

This weeked I literally couldn't stop playing (RIP studies) and while my friend said I still suck, I had lots of fun and would definitely recommend it to anyone who doesn't mind a little start up phase ( it can't be that bad if I can manage) and also to people, who like rogue-like games and an amazing coop mode.
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21 of 25 people (84%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
4.7 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: July 29, 2015
DieselStormers is a game which has a lot of potential, devs are very helpful.
I played first 2 Levels of the game and I must say is not bad, if you like shooting combined with jumping on platforms you will like this too.
It feels very good when you shoot stuff and collect coins. Animation of character is very good.
My conclusion is for full price I think is too much, but when it goes on sale I can say is an must buy, AI has some problems and it needs some optimisation.
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17 of 20 people (85%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
35.7 hrs on record
Posted: April 25
Rogue Stormers is a really fun, and challenging game. It takes the twin stick shooting of Robotron 2084, the side scrolling shoot 'em up play of Contra, then adds a nice dash of Gauntlet's monster portals, and multiple classes. It is then placed in an oven, and baked to a golden brown. After which it is topped with some Rogue like elements like randomized environments, and perma death.

Also it is very addictive, and has a challenge level right up there with the Dark Souls games. Ergo, you're going to lose constantly, but have fun doing it. Eventually you learn some enemy patterns, and chisel your way a little bit closer to victory.

Best of all it has four player couch co-op making it a great party game so long as you're willing to use your TV like a monitor. Full review:
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2.6 hrs
Posted: October 21
Didn't feel it. Weapons felt under powered and upgrades too scarce. Lost interest very quickly.
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Vita Cordes
34.6 hrs
Posted: October 8
At first it's quite chaotic which might set people off. But after beating level one for the first time you'll get used to it.
The same goes for multiplayer, you might lose track of your character during battle but after a while you can follow your character without issues.

The game is great and has really nice mechanics. It's a really nice feeling how you truely notice you get better every time untill you beat the game.... and again.... and again.... and again.... .you know the drill with these kinda games :D

There is a group called storm troopers play coop that you can join. And by adding some people you can easily get some co-op going on, great community :D

+ fluid motion
+ chaos control
+ awesome pick ups
+ great difference between characters
+ nice increase of enemy difficulty

- you'll have to get used to the chaos (but once you do, you feel like a pro)
- Beating level 4 is hard... but once you do you will probably run all the way trough 7
- some characters aren't really usefull solo
- never seen a public group by strangers
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5.4 hrs
Posted: September 18
One of the best Linux game EVER!
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0.6 hrs
Posted: August 13
Very nice platformer, the graphics are pretty cool and the action is fast paced. The controls are tight, the enemies are plenty and with various behaviours.. good job developers !
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4.5 hrs
Posted: July 30
awesome 4 player co op fun if you loved contra on the snes turrican on the amiga etc you cant go wrong with this
different game everytime you play and a real challenge
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5.7 hrs
Posted: July 22
Rogue Stormers is a side scroller platformer shooter. It has RPG and roguelike elements as well. It can be quite fast paced and difficult. The gameplay will remind you of games like Metal Slug, Contra etc. The game also reminded me of Shoot Many Robots which is one of my favorite 2D shooter games.


The game looks gorgeous with very nice art-style, which Is dark and gloomy and really makes you feel like you’re in some kind of creepy atmosphere. The game runs very smooth. The FPS get locked to whatever Hz frequency you choose in the graphics menu’s resolution option. So in theory if your monitor can support 144Hz refresh rate you should get 144 FPS lock. For me, my monitor goes to maximum 72Hz so my FPS was locked to that.


The game features very nice almost rock music. It’s very nice and engaging music and suitable for the pace of the game. The hit and enemy sounds are also pretty good and overall the music and sounds are very nice in this game. I especially like the opening theme music of this game.


The gameplay is simple run and gun. You can move around with WASD keys and shoot with your mouse. All the keys can be re-assigned on the keyboard so that’s a good thing. You have a jetpack of sorts which lets you jump a bit higher and dash through air or ground as well, this dash ability is very useful in dodging the enemy bullets. You have a main gun which shoots infinite bullets, a secondary weapon can be picked up in-game. There are many types of secondary weapons available, such as droid which go and shoot random enemies, huge projectile bullets weapons etc. These secondary weapons also have a health bar and once depleted these can no longer be used. The secondary weapons also run out of ammo and recharge automatically over time.

Your main goal is to go through randomly generated level and get to either the wall and take it down and in every other level you get to face a boss. Every time you die you start at the beginning so the game can be pretty unforgiving. That’s where the RPG elements come in, when you do levels over and over again you gain XP and eventually start leveling up. Once per level you get to choose a perk which is permanent. So by making lots of runs and leveling up you keep piling on perks which help you out with the game’s later levels. The perks can improve your weapons or give you bonuses such as if your currency is low you get 10% more damage from your guns etc.

You start off with 60 HP (or if you have perks which increase HP you will start with that perk bonus added) and in order to beat the game you must do it in one run without dying. This can be difficult as the game gets pretty hard as lots of enemies and projectiles are being thrown at you. Your only ways to gain health are either if an enemy drops a little health kit and you pick it up, it’ll grant you some health or the other way to get health is the mini slot machine. You gamble a number of coins (usually 100 and 250) and you can get random things. It can be a big health pack or multiple big health packs. It can be 10 coins, or 750 coins. Other than that you can also get secondary weapons and or temporary bonus like e.g. when you get hit a giant spiked ball goes around you damage any nearby enemies etc. You can also find these temporary bonuses in chests. These chests come in different types e.g. one chest requires you to give up 30 HP to open, another one requires keys to open etc.

When you kill enemies sometimes they drop souls which you can collect. These are basically experience points which help you level up. Many types of enemies in the game as well. From tiny goblins to huge monsters who attack with all sorts of projectiles, turrets, flying snakes, goblins in balloons etc.

There’s more than one main character and ever character has their own unique ability. Level cap seems to be 60 for heroes. You start off with Brekht and eventually unlock other characters every 2 stages. Each hero has their own abilities and health/bonus stats. Brekht for example starts off with 1 key and 250 gold, his unique ability is rapid fire for a few seconds. If you’re playing co-op this effect will affect all the players playing the game. Game can be played single player, local co-op or online co-op.

A short gameplay video can be found below:

Graphics: 9/10
Sound: 9/10
Gameplay: 8/10
Overall: 9/10


Very fun platformer shooter very similar to Shoot many robots, Contra, Metal Slug series etc. Can get pretty hard but the progress you make and the progression of the permanent perks you get, keep you coming back for more. The graphics and sound quality are pretty good and so is the gameplay. Highly recommended for 2D shooter fans.

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0.1 hrs
Posted: July 9
Never seen something like this

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23.0 hrs
Posted: July 4
I bought it with a friend to play in coop. Really good game if it wasn't for a bunch of bugs, mainly:

-Game crashing on the final boss every time we fought it (about 5 separate attempts)
-Enemies with aoe attacks stuck inside walls
-Upgrades mysteriously vanishing after a few minutes from being picked up

Still fun, but damn is it frustrating not being able to beat the game because of crashes.
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9.5 hrs
Posted: July 3
I had no plans to buy this game I was looking at a different rogue game and got confused with this one. I looked at some reviews and some videos and was still unsure but i decided to buy it anyway.

All I can say is its one of the most amazing fun games i have ever played.

Its so addictive you wont want to turn it off its just so enjoyable. Its quite hard but its just great.

I dont really know how all the rules of how it works yet but you seem to have to start at first level everytime you die but you get xp and level up which gives you different perks you can use in future. When playing you get different weapons and abilities but they seem to get reset when you die. Bascially you end up with different builds of the same character everytime depending on what you pick up in the level and it is really great.

Also you can unlock different characters who are different playstyles I have only unlocked one so far.

The game is like enter the gungeon but its a side scroller a bit like contra or something. I love enter the gungeon but one problem i found with it is that you basically use ur crappy gun most of the time because if you find a good weapon u need to keep it for the boss which for me is the only real weakness in gungeon. This on the other hand gives you a lot more access to firepower but its still hard its rare that you feel overpowered but on some lucky runs you can feel overpowered for a small amount of time which is good as it feels cool every now and again to get full destructive mode.

For me this game is great well worth buying.

The only reservation i have is that it doesnt seem to have many levels but i could be wrong. Its not too important though because it seems to be random generated levels so its quite different each time you play even the same level.

I genuinely love this game which i really didt expect. I dont know how its not more well known its literally one of the most fun games i ever played. You wont mind having to replay the levels over and over as they are always so different and the gameplay itself is just total fun.

I would call this game enter the fungeon :)

Ps i almost didnt buy this game as i seen a review saying that this game looks fun but its really not. I was gonna skip it. Im sure the review is genuine as everyone has different opinions but for me this game is amazing. I have played it twice so far. The first time was for around 2 hours the second time around 4 hours. I was only planning to put on for like 20 mins each time but its just really hard to turn off its so addictive.
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9.1 hrs
Posted: June 29
This game is an addictive killer! It looks great, plays excellence and always comes up with these hidden crazy humor. You know, pooping angel-orcs, c'mon. But it's just that challenging fighting your way through the hordes if different enemies. You need to choose and handle your weapons and tactics wisely, mistakes are not forgiven and permadeath throws you back were you started. At least you keep earned perks - Imguess that's why they call it rogue-LITE - and every try brings something new as the levels are procedurally generated. Now I've got to go back, I know why I failed on the last run. This time...
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