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A jam submission

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A top down procedurally generated dungeon rougelike
Submitted by Cyber5 — 2 hours, 18 minutes before the deadline

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CriteriaRankScore*Raw Score
Use of Theme (Top Down)#34.0414.667
Gameplay Enjoyment#42.3092.667

Ranked from 3 ratings. Score is adjusted from raw score by the median number of ratings per game in the jam.

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this looks like a really good base for a game! and just like hotfeet yeah I wasn't sure what I was doing hahahahah I was not taking damage so I just went to explore a little more. It looks like the procedural generation worked! The use of those particle systems (i think they are particle systems?) were great for the effects! and that fire sound felt really crunchy!

I also really loved the title screen!

Developer (2 edits) (+1)

Thanks! Yeah currently there is no goal. I got caught up in making all the cool features like the menu that by the time I came to combat the deadline was almost here lol. I have a bunch of ideas on how I'm going to progress with it. Think elder scroll online combat meets sword art online dungeon generation with bosses and such. There are classes that have different play styles but can fill all role (sustain, damage, tank, etc) depending on how you build. Each class will play differently for example the alchemist could have to combine materials they find to make potion that enchance effects as well as throw at their enemies. The elementalist will combine the elements to create spells or something (maybe a heat mechanic like the champion rumble from league of legends). I'm still brain storming sorry for the long comment and thanks for the feedback.


this has great potential. there are some balancing issues but considering the time limitation that is understandable. i really loved the look and feel and even though i had no idea what i was doing it was fun. that fire effect was really sweet too. nice work.


Thanks! I appreciate the comment. This is my first game jam so I started with a weekend one. I'm already starting to brainstorm ideas on how to improve this game because I know I want to continue with it