Play as an alchemic experiment that doesn’t seem ready to kick the bucket just yet! Dead Cells is set to release on Google Play on June 3rd! Pre-Register now to get notified when the game is out to grab it at a special 10% off launch price (regular price $9.99/€9.99) for its first week of release!

In addition, for the first time, the title is available on iOS at -30% for a whole week, starting now.

Dead Cells is an award-winning roguelike metroidvania action platformer. Explore a sprawling, ever-changing castle… That is, assuming you’re able to fight your way past its keepers. To beat the game, you’ll have to master frantic 2D combat, with the ever-present threat of permadeath looming.

Motion Twin, the award-winning French studio, has partnered up with Playdigious, the established publisher behind Evoland 2 and Cultist Simulator mobile, to adapt and publish the critically acclaimed roguevania Dead Cells on mobile!

Further new pieces that make up the DNA of Dead Cells

  • Carefully redesigned for Android devices with a revamped interface
  • Two game modes available (Original & Auto-Hit)
  • Customize the buttons’ positions and sizes, more touch controls options available
  • Include External Controller support
  • Premium game: pay once to get the full experience! (no ads, no F2P mechanics)
  • 10 languages available

Pre-Register on Google Play!

Get Dead Cells at -30% on the App Store for one week!

Dead Cells is now in the final phase of its Android adaptation, coming on June 3rd!

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