Diehard Dungeon combines his unique collection of real-time roguelike with a 16-bit look and nostalgia, a game that looks familiar and completely different at the same time.
Followed by trust, treasure collecting chest companion, you must make your way through many fortified towers of rooms and levels created randomly. Armed with a sword and a “hand gun”, everything from the inhabitants of a bad cell, heads and traps must be defeated or crossed in order to get out of a triumphant dungeon!
To help you with your mission, you may be lucky enough to face one or more upgrades or new abilities scattered throughout the cell, or else the remnants of other players (heroes) will crash through the non-open Champion Mode. Heroes walk around the walls of the fortified, ready to release their lives to bystanders. Be careful though, not all heroes are useful.
The fortified towers are created randomly each playthrough, with many secrets and multiple results.
The game is characterized by a dynamic difficulty and order system – the better, the more challenging the game becomes. Only more fortified mice skill will achieve higher grade.
Do you have what it takes to survive in a cell?
Chaos: You have 3 minutes to get a high score by any means necessary. Understanding is easy to learn, but difficult to control.
Survival: An endless series of fortified rooms are getting harder. Avoid getting damaged and clear rooms on time for rewards.
Fading Light: Destroy 10 pyramids as fast as possible, while avoiding the looks of searching eyes, zombie crowds and bloodthirsty.
Each minigame game has a universal leaderboard.
- OS: XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8
- Processor: Dual Core 2.0 GHz
- Memory: 256 MB RAM
- Graphics: 128MB video RAM and at least Shader Model 2.0
- DirectX: Version 9.0c
- Storage: 150 MB available space