Real-time dungeon Rogogite crawl in the very best!
Unexplored is a roguelite that feels like roguelike. Action RPG is an accessible challenge, praised for its impressive level, real-time fighting and amazing amount of content and depth. Plus: Free dlc which adds more variety! Explore dangerous fortified towers, solve mysterious puzzles and engage hundreds of enemies, big and small, in intense melee fighting.
Easy to play, easy to die
Fantastic fortified towers (using new technology)
Real play with many tactical options
Intensive, real-time, dual-fighting melee
Ghost mechanics (crawling a dungeon like a real rogue …)
More than 50 dangerous leaders
Challenge, generated puzzles
Compatible and original soundtracks
Watch this video to understand how UnXplored created its fortified towers:
YouTube Video: Derridge Dragon explains Gil in 47 seconds
http://store.steampowered.com/app/506870/ – This new development dramatically improves the levels of random gaming. The idea is simple, but smart. Creator Yuris Durmans explains.
In the words of the player: What do you feel makes the game stand out?
Misery, an unwerplored player for early players, I thought our description did not bring justice to the game. So, we asked: “What do you feel makes the game stand out?”
We really liked what Misery wrote, so we give you a summary:
1. Generation constellations
2. It uses tons of traditional roguelike concepts, but in unobtrusive ways
The fact that the game feels like a traditional one while still in real time is a very big thing as far as I see it.
3. Fighting is very enjoyable, yes
Lots happen there, especially when things like potions, sticks or anything is thrown into the mix. Feel more tactical than the usual kind of “shoot everything”.
4. Stop the game
The ability to stop the game and manipulate your inventory, use items, and check things, without leaving the game screen, this is a big thing. All this really opens up a lot of tactical options to play.
The puzzles look like the types used by old Zelda games. This same satisfaction of this here in general.
6. Floors axis
It ended up being a great advantage.
7. A large group of enemies
Not just bosses, but monsters, traps and all sorts of things. I have always liked this. Even after a lot of time with the game there is still a lot I have not seen yet.
8. Of course the concept of “lock and key” in full.
You can read the full review here:
We continue to describe our bottom:
An unexplored goal is to find the dragon in the depths of a death cell, kill her to claim the Yendor Amulet and bring him back to the surface. Each game, the game will create a complex map of the fortified towers, pointing to the coming enemies and solutions to the puzzles you will face.
Lots of bosses
During your adventure through the fortified towers, you will regularly face one of more than fifty possible presidents. This group of ants queen, to Balrog and, yes, several threat dragons. Some of these bosses can only be killed with the right weapons, so be sure not to miss those previous levels.
Detect confidential items
In the spirit of roguelikes, the game does not tell you which dose will save you, which will kill you. You must discover yourself either by taking the risk or using the correct Magic Scrolls. The same story for the occult weapons: is it a blessing of divine powers or a curse in fatal attacks?
Throughout fortified towers you will encounter strange statues. Some of these are part of the puzzles and solving those might reap great rewards. So, you may want to choose and read the books you see around you. May contain hints on how to solve the puzzle, even if one level is deeper.
You will be able to equip and train two elements. In the darkest touches you may want to carry the flaming torch beside the ax. Bats tend to kill easily from a distance by throwing daggers at them, so why not equip them in both openings? Or practiced a whip, no better, the flaming whip I just took off from that barge, was able to kill once and for all. Or … it might be better to start with a shield. Big Armor really enchanted.
Your starting shields may not look like many, but that’s just because … well, because it’s not so much. It will keep you safe from bat bites, but do not try your luck with Orc. Beat the right enemies to collect the leather waistcoats or chainmail. Or … Put the correct abaya on the ghost …
Yes, this is an option. You can pass unnoticed for a long time and carry out surprise attacks for more damage. Like everything unexplored, it’s up to you to evaluate the weight of reward versus risk. Because the sudden attack on the serpent might seem like a great idea, but it may survive the first blow
- OS: Windows 7
- Processor: 1.6 GHz
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: 3D Graphics Card
- Storage: 500 MB available space