Noodlecake Studios continues its amazing release schedule for Android. Think about it. Alto’s Adventure, Road to be King, Pull My Tongue, and Chameleon Run have all been released this year. Up next and available now, is Tiny Rogue. It is a dungeon-crawling rogue adventure, splashed with pixels and turn-based action.
Some of you may remember a rather popular 4-player arcade game called Gauntlet which eventually made it to a few consoles as well. OrangePixel has been showing off some footage of a prototype game they are working on that is in the style of Gauntlet but with their own added flare to it. Currently the game is unnamed and is simply being called Untitled Dungeon Crawler.
A new rogue-like dungeon crawler has arrived for Android called Dungelot. Developed by Red Winter Software, this rather unique style of dungeon crawler has players flipping over tiles as they search for the key which will allow them to escape the level they are currently on safely. As you flip tiles, you’ll also reveal either loot or monsters you will need to fight.
The rogue-like genre of games, is a category that rarely sees innovation or originality. The rogue-like genre is a sub-genre of the RPG or role playing games and the majority of rogue-like games I have played all had a severe lack of a style. This is the fact that made them so hard to differentiate from each other, but this is where Delver comes in.
Developed by Coke and Code, Legends of Yore is a casual rogue-like RPG that is currently under development. However, even though it is still in early development, the alpha/beta version of it is available on the Android Market for you to play. Retro game fans will really like the old school graphics that come along with it.
Like RPG games but not of the MMO variety? Prefer them in 3D? Well now you can play just that with a new game called Realms of Fortune. Developed by Gamaray LTD, Realms of Fortune strikes out past the typical 2D mold rogue-like RPG games stick to and offers up 3D graphics along with first-person style combat.