UnDungeon, a classically inspired action/RPG with roguelike elements, has succeeded in hitting its Kickstarter target with two weeks of the campaign remaining. The initial €50,000 goal was surpassed last week, and the campaign is now progressing through early stretch goals, with support from Square Enix Collective.
Among those stretch goals are content upgrades, but also the opportunity for the game to be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch as well as PC.
UnDungeon takes place in a gorgeous and mysterious world based on the principles of the multiverse, whereby multiple variations of the same world have collided in a single dimension following a cataclysmic event known only as ‘The Shift’.
The game, being created by developer Laughing Machines, combines challenging fast-paced combat with beautiful hand-drawn pixel art, traditional role-playing mechanics, and roguelike elements. UnDungeon takes players on a spiritual journey across a dynamic, procedurally-generated map as one of the seven Heralds, each of whom has come from a world destroyed by The Shift.
UnDungeon was well supported by the Square Enix community when it was showcased on the Collective website; while the campaign is owned and being run by Laughing Machines, Square Enix is supporting them by raising awareness of the project to a wider audience.
Main features of UnDungeon:
Fast-paced action gameplay
Superb pixel-art visual style
A mix of roguelike and RPG gameplay elements
A deep and intriguing storyline
UnDungeon looks and sounds like a lot of fun. If you’d like to check out UnDungeon on Kickstarter click the links below to learn more.