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Tallowmere is a 2D indie action roguelike procedural death labyrinth platformer for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, featuring randomly-generated levels, enemies, weapons, and gore.

It looks quite fantastic, with plenty of over-the-top action and plenty of blood to paint the floor with. It is in alpha, so prepare for bugs and an incomplete game, but don't let that put you off.

Future Plans
- More monsters
- More traps
- More bosses
- More weapons
- Items and consumables, like health potions or temporary power-ups
- Shrines with random power-ups
- NPCs that sell things for gold (gold currently just looks pretty)
- Passive abilities when you level up
- Clothing and gear
- Different environment themes
- Split-screen co-op
- Multiplayer LAN co-op
- *Maybe* Internet co-op
- Acts or chapters with a long-term story or objective
- Scripted room events and cutscenes, like parts of a story or quests to take part in
- Mini-games
- Pets

Judging by the official site, it sadly isn't selling well as it states 15 sales since February. I think we should change that and give it the GOL treatment eh?

You can buy it from either IndieGameStand or whichever you prefer and DRM free of course. It is only $4.99, so it's pretty light on the wallet.

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