Discover the pixel art marvel that defies expectations: Doomsday Hunters by Moregames. Embracing chaos and explosive action, this isometric twin-stick shooter Rogue-like stands out in a crowded genre. With its 90s cartoon aesthetic, unpredictable level layouts, and over 1200 unlockable gear options, this game beckons you to revel in its glorious mayhem. Engage in risk-taking gameplay, blow things up, and conquer hostile aliens in a world that’s as beautifully stunning as it is delightfully chaotic.
Luck Be a Landlord combines two of the most addictive genres, deckbuilding and gambling, into something guaranteed to eat up your time.
Return to Castlevania is a loving tribute to Dead Cells’ biggest inspiration that adds fantastic content to an already exceptional game.
Cursed to Golf is a fun but flawed mixture of 2D golf and Rogue-like that’s equal parts charming and frustrating.
Revita is a procedurally-generated, twin-stick action game set within a mysterious clock tower. Is it worth the climb? Read on…
Devil Spire is a dungeon-crawling action game with procedural level generation and a retro look. Read our complete review…
Dreamscaper combines Rogue-like challenge with social mechanics to create one of the most accessible and outright fun genre entries yet.
Rogue Lords sees your favorite pop culture ghosts and monsters stalking a fantasy version of colonial New England. Read on…
Jupiter Hell combines the sensibilities of both DOOM and the original Rogue into something that feels wholly unique and fun as Hell.
Quinterra combines Rogue-like randomness with hex-based strategy, but how does it hold together? Find out in our Early Access preview.
Galactic Mining Corp by Windybeard There’s something to be said for a fun, simple puzzle game that takes five minutes […]
Hades takes the narrative style of Bastion and Transistor and melds it with phenomenal hack-and-slash Rogue-like gameplay.
Rogue Summoner is more strategy than Rogue-like and more like a series of chess-inspired dungeon skirmishes than either. Read our review…
Pangeon is a bite-sized tribute to classic dungeon crawling. Does it live up to its inspirations? Read our full review to find out.
A Long Way Down is a promising new take on several genres that already work well together, even if it has a few edges to iron out.