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Wizard of Legend has dungeon crawling, fast-paced action and a lot of different spells to choose from and on its second anniversary it just got even bigger.

Originally released with Linux support on May 15 in 2018, it's grown quite a lot now, while keeping the gameplay as tight and focused as it was originally. As a dungeon-crawling action focused game it's a huge amount of fun. Especially great when you have someone else to run around with you in local co-op.

The second anniversary update brings in the ability to save up to 3 custom loadouts, which is especially helpful when you've played a few hours. You get to combine so many different abilities so this is a very welcome addition. Also added in this release are 14 new arcana (spell cards), 12 new cursed relics (items that both buff and debuff you), a trophy case with your best runs through and plenty of other smaller quality of life adjustments to make the game smoother.

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They've not said if any more updates will be coming. Not that it needs any though, it's incredibly fun with the fast and furious take on blending magic with real-time action. With each run you fail, you can become stronger as you gain diamonds to spend on unlocking new spell cards. A supremely satisfying gameplay loop.

Find Wizard of Legend on Humble Store, GOG and Steam.

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