Hero’s Hour – Review
Hero’s Hour is an Hommage to Heroes of Might and Magic but as an Auto-Battler 😉 I played HOMM3 for hours with a friend and it was great! So with Hero’s Hour you choose a faction, build up your city, recruit units and go conquer the world with your heroes. Battles will happen automatically. You can still order a bit and cast magic. Just played a small test to check it out, now I already have 3 runs done. It is that good!
Vampire Survivors – Review
Vampire Survivors is an upcoming time-survival bullet-hell roguelike RPG 😀 That’s a description we all like! Let’s wreck all the enemies, collect more weapons, upgrade them and then get super weapons to mow them down even faster! But at the end of all, Death awaits. But hey then you can start again 😉
Dicey Dungeons – Review
Welcome to another small jewel that you might have overlooked! It’s Dicey Dungeons! Dicey Dungeons is about the Exploitation of your deepest desires. If you wish too strong, then Lady Luck will come and pull you into her infinite dungeon. She’ll hold your deepest desire dangling before you, but in order to get this price you have to win and succeed on spinning the wheel of fate. Are you going to be strong enough to push through increasing difficulties to win your hearts desire? Then this easy to learn roguelike rpg turn-based jewel is for you.
Nova Drift – Review
Nova Drift is an action roguelike in space. Try thinking about Space Invaders, but modern with more ships, weapons, shield and way more enemies to fight. As of writing its still in early access, but it is steadily going to be one of my favorites. You start with base ship then for the first levels you choose a weapon, shield and body. With your base build starting you’ll now get upgrades to boost you further and further. How far can you reach into space?
Banners of Ruin – Review
Banners of Ruin is a roguelike deck builder, and you must now infiltrate their defenses of House Ender and get rid of them. To do that, you will need to build a deck with a maximum of six cards, and you have the freedom to get creative with your build. You have to defeat every elite opponent that stands in your way so that you can reach the city’s guard captain and deal with the Enders. During your journey, you might come across different scenarios and encounters that can help you, but at a cost.
Dice Legacy – Review
Hello everyone, and welcome to another game review! Today, we will talk about a super fun game, Dice Legacy. Dice Legacy is a roguelike city builder, and the dice will decide every action you take. So hopefully, you will be lucky, and the die will help you gather resources, expand your borders, and explore the world around you. It also seems like a unique and fun game, as the die roll will decide your faith. I love these games, and Dice Legacy won some awards, so I was interested in checking it out.
Othercide – Review
You will have to lead this army of Daughters and choose their actions carefully, as not only are their fates in your hands, but your actions will also shape their skills and personalities. And at certain times, you will need to make tough decisions, as in order to heal them, one will have to give their life as a sacrifice, but that will make the one who survived even stronger.
Slay the Spire – Review
Slay The Spire is a super fun game, that does an amazing job at putting together card games with roguelike elements. And yes, nowadays roguelike has become an extremely popular genre and Slay The Spire was able to do put together something great. You get to build your deck, and you get to expand it while climbing the tower, so while doing that you will come across amazing cards that will combo with what you already have, making it even easier for you to defeat your enemies. There are hundreds of cards for you to use, and each time you venture into the spire, the layouts will be different, and you can always choose to take the safe path, or the riskier one.
Ring of Pain – Review
Ring of Pain is a dungeon crawler with some roguelike elements, where you get to explore dungeons that are all generated randomly. You can choose how to take on these fights, you can face your enemies head-on, try to be sneaky, or focus on scavenging. It is also important to choose every step carefully, as one wrong choice can put you in a complicated spot. In this game, creatures you come across will show what actions they are going to take, so will you choose to fight, or run away? It is up to you to decide how to take each dungeon.
FTL: Faster Than Light – Review
FTL: Faster than Light is a roguelike developed by the indie studio, Subset Games. You have critical information for the alliance fleet, but you are followed by the scry rebel fleet. Most of the game comes down to micromanaging your spaceship’s systems, crew and weapons and learning when you prioritize specific upgrades. There are several systems you have to maintain to make it to the end. Since it’s a roguelike, you can keep replaying the game at a higher difficulty.