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Enjoy your coffee break games? Oneons: Prisoners looks like it could keep you busy, with an experimental take on tactical rogue-lite combat.

"Oneons is a short, experimental sci-fi broughlike (coffee-break roguelike/roguelite) with 12 floors of tactical combat, dangerous enemies, and useful items. Strategize your limited health and energy as you descend through the increasingly difficult floors. Survive. Die. Fight again."

The idea is that you need a good balance of all your stats. As you explore you can also find more 'Oneons' to free, which will then give you a permanent power up across other attempts. You can see a real short gameplay clip below:

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  • Navigate through twelve floors filled with unique and dangerous enemies, some with powers of their own.
  • Balance careful use of combat, energy, and your unique psionic blast ability to maximize your chances of survival
  • Free other Oneons to power up in your quest for freedom
  • Discover a story about oppression, faith, and hope

A somewhat short and sweet sci-fi tactics dungeon crawler, with a focus on being accessible with a large UI, a simple readable font, entirely playable with one-hand and other options you can tweak like fully adjustable keys.

You can buy Oneons: Prisoners on Steam.

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