When you look at Redungeon for the first time you have every reason to believe that this app is an action one. Yet, the game has a surprise for you.

It turns out that Redungeon is an arcade game with action elements. The app is definitely dynamic but you will not fight against other enemies. Instead you will assume the role of a lonely knight who’s inside a dark and scary dungeon full of nasty and dangerous creatures and places. Your goal is to escape or make it as far as you can. The problem is that there are many traps inside – you can meet deadly bats, various jelly-like creatures, robot like things that will kill you with electricity and tons of other similar “fun” things. You can move up, down, left and right and you must make quick decisions in order to survive. When you die the only thing that matters is how far you got so try to last really long here.

Apart from this gameplay that we can call “interesting”, the game does not shine with much else – the graphics are simple and pixelated and the sound effects are simple. Yet, the strength of Redungeon lies in the gameplay and we think that given this, the game will not disappoint you.

Redungeon is here on Google Play. Let’s see how far you can go!

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