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Moonlighter from developer Digital Sun and publisher 11 bit studios seems to be doing well, as they've managed to sell over 500K copies. To keep it going, a new DLC named Between Dimensions has been announced.

Five hundred thousand sounds like quite a lot but taking into account the game is available on PC (Linux, Mac and Windows), Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch it puts things into perspective a little. They're not a tiny developer either, employing over twenty people.

The Between Dimensions DLC is going to release sometime this Summer and from the press details sent, the DLC will contain:

  • New Monsters - Expand the main experience by filling current dungeons with new creatures.
  • The Interdimensional Dungeon - An all-new dungeon swarming with powerful new mini-bosses.
  • New Gear - Adventurers can pick up a plethora of new weapons, armors, shop items, and rings.
  • Trick Weapons - Never before seen Trick Weapons will grant players special powers, but they might come with a price! Twisting Moonlighter's mechanics in new and inventive ways, these new weapons will punish your enemies, but might just be a little err... tricky at the same time.
  • And more!

If you do decide to pick up a copy it's good fun, but it's worth mentioning again that the Linux version does have input issues if you're using keyboard and not a gamepad. It's an old Unity game engine bug, once that messes up keyboard input and acts like you're tapping a key instead of holding it down. There's a pretty simple workaround for that here.

Find it on the Humble Store, GOG and Steam.

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theghost 12 Apr, 2019
Damn, how could I miss this game?
btw: It's currently on sale on humble (40% off).
GodofGrunts 12 Apr, 2019
Is this similar to Recettear? I've been craving another game similar to it.
dpanter 12 Apr, 2019
I picked up Moonlighter and it is a very nice game indeed, well worth your money. Super frustrating to die tho, which I guess is the point of rogue-likes...

Quoting: GodofGruntsIs this similar to Recettear? I've been craving another game similar to it.
Never heard of Recettear, but from looking at the Steam page I'd say it has many similarities to Moonlighter.
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