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Adventure of Rikka - The Cursed Kingdom is one for classic Zelda lovers

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Do you like classic action-adventure puzzle games like the older Zelda titles? Be sure to check out Adventure of Rikka - The Cursed Kingdom.

Released back in March from developer Poorly Drawn Squid, The Adventure of Rikka is a top down 2D action RPG with a focus on puzzles, exploration, secrets and collectables. You must defeat the dark forces that has cursed the lands, fight enemies using your sword and an arsenal of items such as the bow and fire wand and save the kingdom!

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I actually only came across this looking up recent Steam Deck news, somehow missing the main release. The developer noted in an announcement that they're currently waiting for Valve to put it through review but they say "The UI of the game was actually built to fit the Steam Deck display and is then scaled up for larger monitors" and it also has Native Linux support.

Features:

  • 7 Dungeons with challenging boss-fights, and many smaller puzzle dungeons.
  • 10 Unique player items such as the Bow, Bomb, Grappling hook, Pegasus boots and the Fire wand.
  • Upgradeable items and weapons.
  • Shards and Stones of Power scattered across the land which are used to upgrade your stats.
  • A bunch of side quests.

You can check it out on Steam. It only has a few reviews so far, but early indicator is that players enjoy it.

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