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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 928d ago | review

TouchGen: Dungelot Review

TouchGen: One of my favorite trends on iOS has been the release of lighthearted roguelikes, games that take elements of the famously punishing dungeon crawling genre and reduce them to a more simple form. Dungelot is one such game, and entirely removes player movement from the roguelike equation. While this makes the game feel lacking in some ways, it offers a simplistic way for those unacquainted with roguelikes to dip their toe into the genre. (Dungelot, iPhone) 3.5/5

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