The game is fun but poorly made, the only way they can achieve higher difficulty is to just scew you over endlessly on your hit percentages. I mean come on 80% or higher should not miss five times in a row on three consecutive fights but that's the only way they could think to challenge you. Not recommended.
Top roguelike game. Ignore haters. Increase your hit rate by spending skill points on accuracy when you level up. Rooms remain dark when you miss a broken circuit board on the floor above.
It seems the character doesn't hit as often as the rates claim. And I'm experiencing a serious problem with (and I'm guessing here) what shouldn't be a problem, the elevator! I've gotten all the way down to floor 12 and it wouldn't work. UPDATE: I only got down to floor 96 and there's ANOTHER bug. I can't proceed, the floors won't light up.. Six minutes later it happened again on a different play through. THIS GAME ISN'T WORTH THE MONEY, EVEN AFTER THE UPDATE! COMPLETE CRAP!
The game itself is fantastic. I love it on my computer, and have dozens, if not more, hours logged in Steam. So I bought this for Android because I want to play this while away from my computer. The game is identical for Android, but there's a few game breaking bugs that really kill the game for the mobile platform. First is the elevator bug that can strike any time. Twice I've had the elevator bug happen during the first 10 floors. Second is my backpack has completely emptied out without reason. Everything lost at random, not a perk.
Great game! You collect resources and fight off creatures as you make your way down. It's a simple idea that gets really challenging as you go down further into the hotel.The sound is relatively eerie and the creatures are grotesque and disgusting. Really nice art.Glad I purchased this and have really been enjoying myself playing it.Thanks to the devs for finally bringing Skyhill to android.
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