Endless Combat Dungeon
- Jul 31, 2019
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This game is a dark fantasy 1st person dungeon crawler without any crawling and it's inspired by D&D, Wizardry and Dungeon Quest. It's for those people who're a bit tired of getting lost in labyrinths and just wanna get straight to all the action and choices. It uses interactive backgrounds and is primarily meant to be a casual game for phones/tablets and the touch-screen, but is perfectly playable on other devices.
You can play as Lagos or his companion Pasara and switch between them outside of battle.
Like D&D/Wizardry it uses dice of different sizes, everything from 4-sided up to 20-sided and like Dungeon Quest, there can be sudden mortal danger out of nowhere. This means that you might have to fight a boss on your first day of adventuring, or be trapped in a very dangerous room that could be difficult to escape from.
Combat is pretty straight-forward and determined by the 20-sided die. Your opponent always rolls first and then you. Whoever rolls the highest will get to attack. This means that the same combatant might get the chance to attack many times in a row. On your turn, you're basically free to use any items and spells before the turn goes back to the opponent. Sometimes when an enemy rolls low or if you're feeling bold you can use the ASSAIL command which makes you roll two 20-sided dice and the lowest one of them is chosen; and if you hit, the damage will be doubled.
There's very little plot. Thanks to a map you somehow acquired, near the city of Duncaster you found the location of an infamous dungeon called the "Endless Combat Dungeon." This underground metropolis of horror seems to stretch for miles and most people that enter never make it out alive. Why adventurers keep getting trapped in the dungeon is because of greed. The want of its hoards of treasures and only those that are lucky can escape.
Your character, like many other adventurers, has come here to this place to make a profit. There's no big villain to kill, but a last quest to retire and settle down. The last step for a veteran adventurer.
AD&D old-school brutality. If you know what you're doing and using the best tactics, you should be alright, but not every adventurer will come out on top.
It doesn't have any adult content. but it has some nudity, blood and many religious references.
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I need any feedback, tell me what you think of it and what could make this game more fun. Also reports of bugs/glitches and all that.