An enjoyable casual roguelike I didn't think that a roguelike could be a casual game, but here is one. This has a finite number of levels and is easy to pick up. You just need to learn the abilities of the team and you will find yourself forming a favorite strategy to get the highest score. Unfortunately no high score table to keep track of your progress for you.
Short but fun This left me wanting more! Would love a redux with greater tactical depth, special items that grant unique abilities so you can change up play styles, mini bosses, and a longer dungeon. Maybe a shop to spend excess money on? I had a craploaf of it left over by the end. Loved it!
Decent,but too easy. This could be a very good game, but it's just not challenging enough.The game can be won easily with barely any difficulty. The "Heal All" button costs 100 gold. You can easily get 100 gold from 4 or 5 battles. This means that as long as your party can survive 5 battles without needing to heal(which it can), you can blaze through the whole game with no problems and end with around 1000 gold left.
Wonderful premise and presentation. Needs more content. Adventuring Company is very similar to games like Dungelot and Dungeon Bots. Of these, AC has the most compelling presentation and adds a clever twist on the design with a party-based mechanic. It's unfortunate then that AC would fall so short in the way of real challenge or depth of content. It's a short ride full of charm that because of these shortcomings lacks the draw of replayability. Build this out into a fuller game and you'd have a real winner here. In the meantime its definitely worth checking out
Is ok. Well, it is a good app, but there's something I don't get. When you take a hit on a monster, how can it defend and attack at the same time? When your hit is lethal for the enemy, how can you take damage? A dead monster can't hit. Beside that it would also make more sense for the players to regain health and defence when they rest.
Awesome! It's a great game with NO PERMISSIONS. Well faint and fall over! You mean it's possible to make a game with NO PERMISSIONS!? Who'd a thunk it? Game is a bit short. Shame cuz it left me craving more. The fighting is actually pretty in depth when you start understanding all the mechanics. All in all this game is epic!
Down In The Deep is a real-time roguelike world dungeon crawler with quests!