Explore a plethora of different environments including dark dungeons, sewers and cathedrals.
Dungeon Souls is an action-adventure roguelike dungeon crawler. The game was inspired by Nuclear Throne, Risk of Rain, Overture, BitVenture and Shoot First. Search for and activate all the marks placed in each level to unlock the dungeon portal and escape from the Redeemer. Each level is completely procedurally generated so every playthrough is guaranteed to have unique environments and encounters. Scavenge various items and upgrades to counter the dungeon’s dark forces and challenging bosses. Battle hordes of dynamic enemies and challenging bosses hell-bent on destroying you!
Release Date: 2 December, 2016
Developer: Lamina Studios, Mike Studios
Publisher: Black Shell Media
Genre: Role-Playing, Action, Adventure, Indie
OS: Win 7
CPU: 2.9 GHz
RAM: 2 GB
GRAPHIC: 256 MB
HDD: 200 MB
OS: Win 7 64
CPU: 2.9 GHz or higher
RAM: 2 GB
GRAPHIC: 1 GB or higher
HDD: 200 MB
- Harness the powerful abilities of 10 unique characters
- Experiment with 50+ unique passive items – Speed boosts, damage buffs, lifesteal bonuses…
- Battle hordes of dynamic enemies and challenging bosses hell-bent on destroying you
- Immerse yourself with deep character progression and permanent skill upgrades
- Explore a plethora of different environments including dark dungeons, sewers and cathedrals
Dungeon Souls Trailer
Dungeon Souls Review:
Dungeon Souls is a strategic real-time monster slaying and dungeon crawling adventure set in a retro, pixelated world. The game puts players in control of one of six playable characters, with the goal of traversing vast dungeons. After selecting a character, the player is thrust in the game world and is encouraged to activate all of the seals the sprawling dungeon before being led to the floor down to the next dungeon. On their adventure, players must defeat many different types of enemies, ranging from slimes, to skeletons and deadly traps. The game has permadeath, so when the player dies in the game, there isn't an option to respawn. Dungeon Souls makes no bones about that extent to which it borrows from its forebears, but, in its particular arrangement of classes, does offer a distinct tactical flavour of its own. It’s an irresistible gameplay loop when done well, and Dungeon Souls quickly sinks its hooks in and doesn’t let go.