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Delver First Person Action Roguelike Major Update Available

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Delver is a first person action roguelike dungeon crawl with crunchy pixels. Take the role of an adventurer that tries their fate in the dark dungeons (and probably dies horribly). Fight monsters, grab loot, hoard potions, and level up!

They have released the work from November into update #3, new stuff below!

QuoteNew features 
Weapon subgroups have unique animations 
Added hammers 
And maces! 
Using a potion has a chance of remembering the effect 
Testing out hit animations for a few monsters 
Flying skull sounds 
Druidess sounds 
Gave the orb a creepy ambient sound 
Ambient waterfall and lava sounds 
Some ui sounds for maps and dialogue 
Gamepad support for Xbox 360 and Dual Shock controllers 
Added some lag to the held weapon rotation

Balance tweaks 
Tweaked weapon attack speeds 
Upped price of items in shops 
Skill in a jar now costs 250 gold not 20 
Traps now can be activated by things going further above them 
Projectiles can now trigger traps

Bug fixes 
Fix for blank win screen 
Fixed potion colors forgetting effect between levels 
Fixed particles getting stuck / teleporting into walls 
Fixed getting stuck in flying mobs 
Fixed friction for mobs walking on bridges / furniture 
Some performance fixes related to level loading 
Entities not moving can put their physics to sleep 
Fixed goblin idle sounds not playing 
Fix for storm wand beam missing enemies

Stuff that may break your mod 
Some house cleaning in the entities.png file

Looks like a pretty hefty update to an already fun looking title.

Delver Features
  • Fast paced action rpg gameplay 
  • Permadeath - once you're dead, you're dead 
  • Randomized levels - never the same game twice 
  • Loot hoarding 
  • Chunky pixels! 
  • Modding support - the desktop version lets you make and share your own monsters, items, and texture packs 
  • Level editor included!

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The game is still in Early Access so be warned bugs are to be expected.

You can buy it direct DRM free or from the handy steam widget below!

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Guest 11 Dec, 2013
I'm still torn over the new art style, but the game itself is a great time waster. Perhaps a little short, but obviously has a lot of replayability.
SteamPenguin 12 Dec, 2013
love this game as for the new art syle, doesn't effect me I use the Sphax pack for it looks amazing :D
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