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Great atmosphere

Check the map

Varied worlds

Forging new items

Yes, there are hats

Get used to this screen

Defeating level 5

With randomized dungeons, you never know what you'll get, but with the help of eerie background music, this game is all about atmosphere.

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It's easy to get lost as you run down seemingly endless corridors. Fortunately, you can touch a button in the upper right, then open the map to see where you've been and where you need to go.

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While most of my runs through the first five levels had a similar dungeon theme (it's called the Mines), I also came across strange dark worlds (with unique monsters) that added variation to the gameplay.

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In your travels, you'll come across the Forge, where you get a choice of two possible upgrade paths for one of your items.

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Just like old classic Rocketcat Games such as Super Quickhook and Hook Worlds, you can collect and equip hats for any of the classes.

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When you die, you're given a rundown of how far you got, how many monsters you killed, and how much money you looted. I tried to beat the first dungeon several times so I got used to this particular rundown.

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When you finally kill the boss in level five of the Mines, you'll move on to The Tower, where more adventures await.

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