Deep Dungeons of Doom Lands on Steam Today

Bossa Studios, the people who brought you the epic Surgeon Simulator 2013, have today announced the release of Deep Dungeons of Doom,  on Steam. Deep Dungeons of Doom is a groovy 8-bit rogue-like dungeon crawler described in the official propaganda as “deceptively simple to play yet devilishly difficult to master”.

Players can choose from three characters the Witch, the Crusader or the Mercenary each with their own special abilities with which to battle their way through a bunch of increasingly difficult dungeons. Let’s take a look at the game in action:

Developed in partnership with MiniBoss Studios in Brazil, Deep Dungeons of Doom has animation by Glauber Kotaki (Rogue Legacy) and art by
Pedro Medeiros & Amora Bettany (Towerfall). If that wasn’t enough to tempt you in it also has a rather spiffing (and free) soundtrack that you can grab for yourself right here.

You can grab Deep Dungeon of Doom is on Steam now from the princely sum of £3.99 or on iOS and Android for just £2.99; and if you picked up the original free to play iOS version you get the super-duper latest version for absolutely nothing! You can’t say fairer than that.

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