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Throneborn - Doom + Souls-Inspired Dungeon Crawler

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Hi all and Happy Halloween!

 

Since January of this year I've been working with my cousin/best friend on developing a Classic Doom + Dark Souls inspired Dungeon Crawler. The general idea is that the combat is very similar to Souls type games with lots of dodging, rolling, blocking, learning different strategies for enemies, and managing stamina. And the level design is inspired heavily by Classic Doom, with key hunting, finding your way through labyrinths, hunting for secrets and such.

 

We're pretty stoked to have a fully playable demo available now on Itch for free! It includes the full first episode which takes place in a prison. We also have a Doom like end level screen that tallies up your kills+secret finds :)

 

I personally did all the art and sound effects.

 

Here's the trailer if you wanna check it out:

 

 

And here's the Itch page if you happen to wanna give it a whirl:

 

https://chainmailstudio.itch.io/throneborn

 

Hope you all are having a gloomy-Doomy Halloween!

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this is excellent, pal!
When i read dungeon crawler and Soul serie i didn't get it because i was thinking on the old style FP dungeon crawler like ''The Bard's Tales'' or ''Wizardry''.
But this seems quite my alley, too.
Would love to see it completed :D

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Just now, P41R47 said:

this is excellent, pal!
When i read dungeon crawler and Soul serie i didn't get it because i was thinking on the old style FP dungeon crawler like ''The Bard's Tales'' or ''Wizardry''.
But this seems quite my alley, too.
Would love to see it completed :D

 

Hey thanks a lot! Yeah we are looking forward to finishing it as well, though for now we're just really happy to have the first episode done and released :) If you happen to play it we'd love to hear what you think!

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The pictures look great, really impressive. I haven't tried to demo yet but I will in a couple of days. Good luck with the project.

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