Its hard for me to resist a good Rougelite, but a game that describes itself as a “dungeon delving, card wrangling, role playing roguelite” that I just cant miss. The game that so describes itself as such is A Long Way Down, new from French developers Seenapsis.

In A Long Way Down players will assemble a party and use their cards to survive, fight and build their way through a dark maze of monsters orchestrated by an evil mastermind. Hero or villain, their choices will lead them to judgement.

A blend of turn based card battler and a roguelite dungeon crawling RPG, A Long Way Down is a unique experience that draws inspiration from a long line of extraordinary indie games like Darkest Dungeon, Slay the Spire and Hand of Fate.

 

Features:

  • By virtue or by sin, you will be judged!
    • Every choice will impact your fate. Are you a virtuous hero or a sinner?
  • Craft a deck
    • The cards you choose will determine how you explore the dungeon and how you defend yourself from the horrors it contains.
  • Battle the monsters that infest the darkness
    • Great challenges await you as you go deeper into the dungeon. Use your cards and cunning, adapt your playstyle and overcome all enemies.
  • Gather your party
    • You’ll meet many fellow adventurers down in the dark, will you gain allies or make enemies?
  • Traverse the maze
    • Use your cards to bridge gaps and defy dead ends as you travel through the maze. Rush to escape or take time to explore, the choice is yours.
  • Upgrade your items and equipment
    • Collect rewards and use them to grow your power to take on what lies in the depths.
  • Confront the evil overlord
    • Every choice you made will affect the final battle – can you defeat the mastermind in its lair?