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You Died but a Necromancer revived you looks like one of those titles that will be equal parts fun and enraging as you avoid traps across multiple small levels.

A casual game from developer BolHut, it has you and up to three friends try to navigate narrow pathways full of chainsaws, spikes, cannons, flamethrowers and so on to reach the end. It's a simple idea and it looks really quite stylish, check it out:

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Each floor is different, as it has procedural generation so no play-through will remain the same. Since it has local multiplayer too, it could be a seriously hilarious party game as it has both co-op and versus modes. In the co-op mode, only one of you needs to reach the end and the versus mode obviously is the opposite as you're all trying to be first and likely dying while trying to.

The controls will be incredibly simple too, basic up/down left/right and that seems pretty much it, they key is obviously your timing and keeping an eye on all the traps you need to work around.

Honestly, I think this looks genuinely good so I will be taking a look at release, whenever that is, sometime this year. You can wishlist and follow it on Steam.

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