Call it roguelite — Ludosity’s latest title can also be described as an easily accessible, pixelated roguelike game, specially designed for quick sessions. Randomhack streamlines many aspects of the genre in an attempt to deliver a better on-the-go experience.
Released by Ludosity, makers of Ittle Dew, comes a new game that is less adventure, and more a new riff on older game. Dubbed Psycard, this game has mechanics that are based on the Windows Classic known as Minesweeper, though in this case there’s more to the game.
Ludosity is an interesting little studio. Among the four-person developer’s library, they have a platformer in Bunibon, a Zelda-like with Ittle Dew and, most interestingly, a competent fighting game with Healthy Weapon.
Ludosity has been developing a Zelda style game over the past little while called Ittle Dew and now the company is gearing up to finally release it onto Android and iOS this November. The company has taken all of the fun mechanics found in the Zelda franchise and created this game which has ended up being a top-down adventure puzzle game with RPG elements lathered all over it.
There is a new head-to-head brawler available on the Google Play store called Healthy Weapon, Developed by Ludosity, Healthy Weapon is the ‘first proper fighting game for touchscreen’ devices, or at least according to the developers anyways. Judging from the control scheme though, it works out rather well indeed.