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Stay Safe: Labyrinth of the Mad from Yellowcake Games is a roguelike with plenty of random generation, including an interesting way of generating the world.

When starting a new game, the developer said you can use files on your PC or a combination of keyboard/gamepad button presses to generate the dungeon, items and gems. That's not all that makes it somewhat unique, there's also another feature where you will come across a copy of other players. It's a single-player game, so you're not directly facing other people only a shadow of what they had. Although that feature is entirely optional.

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Feature Highlight:

  • Explore - Each play session is different, explore every inch of the map for precious loot, trinkets and gems with added effects to help you on your journey to the top.
  • Fight - Battle you way through each floor using a variety of ranged and melee weapons or spells. Over 50+ different creatures to encounter, coming at you with evil intent.
  • Magic - Find magic scrolls and unleash strange powers upon your enemies or yourself. Use scrolls often to learn them permanently, casting them from your own spellbook without the need of a scroll!
  • Craft - Create better gear, tools, arrows for your bows and more. Craft a variety of items to increase your odds at surviving, or even to make a little coin.

Yesterday, the developer announced the release of a Linux beta on Steam. To access it, you need to own a copy of the game and then right click -> go to Properties -> hit the Beta tab and select "linux_test" from the dropdown.

Find it on Steam, sounds pretty fun.

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Nezchan 22 Aug, 2019
Certainly can't argue with the price. Gonna wishlist this for the moment, probably end up buying it once the Linux version is out of beta.
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