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Kharon's Crypt - Even Death May Die, a nonlinear dungeon crawler inspired by old Nintendo Game Boy Color games and Zelda is getting closer to an Early Access release and they have a sweet new trailer.

This is another that was crowdfunded on Kickstarter (listed on our dedicated page) back in October of 2017. Playing as Kharon, you are a being thought to be death itself. Your mission is to escape from your crypt, where you had been sealed by a deranged king that wanted to elude death.

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A little late on talking about this one, since their Steam page and new trailer went up on November 12. There's a good reason though, as I wanted to ensure it's still seeing Linux support. The developer, Andromeda Project, replied yesterday to be clear that it is!

Feature Highlight:

  • You can possess all exanimates (enemies)
  • Each exanimate has unique properties: bats can fly, skeletons can open locks...
  • Multiple items with different powers and abilities
  • Over 100 collectable Necronomicon pages full of lore
  • Nonlinear metroidvania world design
  • Dozens of mysteries, side quets and puzzles
  • And many challenging Boss Fights!

The team at Andromeda Project say they've designed Kharon's Crypt in a way that people with multiple types of colour blindness including protanopia, deuteranopia and tritanopia can still enjoy it. Always nice to see developers have a focus on being accessible.

You can find the Steam page here to follow along and wishlist it if that's your thing. Once they announce an Early Access date, I will let you know.

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Gobo Dec 3, 2019
I'm all in for 2D Zelda likes! Although I guess it has less dungeon design, being a Metroidvania.
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