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Capture monsters and explore dungeons in Siralim Ultimate on December 3

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Thylacine Studios have announced that their dungeon-crawling and monster-catching roguelike RPG, Siralim Ultimate, which leaves Early Access on December 3.

A game that the developer says is a bit like "Pokemon meets Diablo, or more accurately, Dragon Warrior Monsters meets Path of Exile". It might not be a looker but it has a huge amount of depth and replay value to it, and one that's easy enough to really get stuck into.

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Game Features:

  • 1200+ creatures to collect
  • Fuse your creatures together - the offspring inherits its parents’ stats, traits, and even the way they look!
  • Randomly generated dungeons spanning 30 unique tilesets
  • Customize your castle with thousands of different decorations
  • Engage in strategic 6v6 battles
  • Craft Artifacts and Spell Gems for your creatures
  • Choose from one of 30 specializations for your character and earn perks that change the way your creatures fight in battle
  • Insane amount of post-story content that will keep you engaged for thousands of hours (yes, really!)

So far during Early Access it has reviewed well by users, with a Very Positive rating on Steam.

Available to buy on Steam.

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