Scarlett's Dungeon is an action rpg zelda-like game with randomly generated dungeons and a tribute to the 8-bit/16-bit era through it's visuals and sounds.
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Mixed (20) - 60% of the 20 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date:
Sep 22, 2017

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November 7


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October 31


Well, it all started when I was barely 3 years old and was a complete fanboy of Pokémon, after watching the anime series in spanish. Also loved Spiderman and dressed as him in halloween after having watched the first movie. During that time, I remember I used to have a gold Pokedex which would tell me (just like in the series) cool facts about Johto Pokémons.

One day, I saw this kid in the school bus playing with the new Game Boy Advance! At first, I didn’t know what it was and asked myself “What is that machine for?”. I wanted to try it, so in the end we agreed to switch his Game Boy Advance for my Pokedex for 1 week.

Next, the moment I got that machinery into my hands with the title of “SPIDERMAN” written in the main menu of the Game Boy Advance game they made for the first movie of Spiderman… I knew from that day on something would change in my life… And it did…

I ended up returning the console like 2 months later after her mother had yelled quite a few times to me, but when she asked to give it back I would always reply with a “I left it at home” excuse xD Later that year, for Christmas I got my own Game Boy Advance with Super Mario World with it!

From this point on, video games have always been an important element of my life, just like sports. I mainly practiced tennis, soccer, table-tennis and swimming.

Video games have really helped me in rough times, when I needed to isolate myself. This was very useful: at boring family meetings, at boring school bus trails, when my parents argued and I couldn’t go anywhere, when they helped me socialize and make new friends; as I’ve always been the shyest person of my neighborhood. Also, very importantly, during middle school I had no friends and got bullied either by classmates or by teachers, it was a very tough part...

But they’ve also made me laugh and have fun when playing coop games with a friend beside! I’ve also discovered amazing worlds that you couldn’t by just watching a movie or reading a book for say.

Once my parents made me clear that I couldn’t become a professional tennis player T.T, the only thing left for me where video games…

So that’s why I started making video games, they were my true love since the beginning of my life, they have meant so much to me and helped me so much that I want to make other people feel the same way. To help them isolate themselves when they need it. It doesn’t matter if they’re having a bad day or if they’re suffering a lot, I want to alleviate even if it’s just a little that pain they’re going through. And most importantly, I make games to make people have fun.

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“There's a certain quality of simple comfort for a game that lasts all of an hour.”
3/5 – Nitchi Gamer

“Scarlett's Dungeon is a fun knick-knack of a game that pays tribute to The Legend of Zelda.”
3.5/5 – Indie Ranger

About This Game

Scarlett's Dungeon is an action rpg zelda-like game with randomly generated dungeons and a tribute to the 8-bit/16-bit era through it's visuals and sounds.

Once upon a time, there was a 10 year old girl named Scarlett that lived in a calmly and peacefully village called Palette. Until, a monster that calls itself the God Lord of this universe, decided to kidnap half the habitants of the village including Scarlett's family to serve as an offering to him. He takes them to the 15th floor of the dungeons and threats to kill them all if somebody doesn't come fast! What will Scarlett do?

In Scarlett's Dungeon you will...

  • cry of happiness staring at the stunning pixel art visuals
  • spam dash attack until your fingers bleed
  • hum will listening to the awesome retro soundtracks
  • play a retro zelda-like adventure
  • fight against a variety of enemies and regions
  • explore 15 randomly generated dungeon floors
  • rescue your family?

About the developer

Johnny Ginard (aka me) is the creator of this game. I have done everything (programming, game design, production, art). Although, most of the art was either from public domain or friends. I have been a passionate gamer since I was 3 years old and got my hands on my first Game Boy. Ever since then, one of my dreams has been creating a game by myself and this is the result of it thanks to hard work and constancy! ^^

PD: Feel free to report any constructive criticism in the reviews section in forms of bug reports, improvements, features you enjoyed about the game, stuff you didn't like or anything that comes to mind! ^^

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP or above
    • Processor: 1.2 GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 256 MB
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 47 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: Don't use 'Y' button on controller.
    • OS: Windows 7 or above
    • Processor: 2 GHz
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 1 GB
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 47 MB available space
    • Additional Notes: Don't use 'Y' button on controller.

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