Cool little mixture of a bunch of genres, which results in a "one more try" game with surprisingly deep gameplay. Great mix of retro pixel art and 3D graphics. Cool soundtrack. Be warned : You'll die. Often. But that's part of this game's charm - each time you make a run, you'll learn something new, discover new items, new bugs, and if you don't get discouraged at first and go back at it for another run, the game will slowly reveal itself to you and you'll develop new strategies to make it deeper into the dungeon.
Great game, was kinda turned off by the graphics at a glance, but once i got into a game with my buddy and we started crawling through the game, just laughing at the bar of soap, and the other odd items in the game i just really enjoyed my self and that's all that really counts at the end of the day.
Dungeon of the endless is a cute and smart dungeon crawler which uses procedural generation much more effectively than usual in video games. The game has a very unique combination of mechanics, which makes the game provide a very distinct experience compared to other dungeon crawlers. Unfortunately, the game relies upon a lot of annoying number crunching, especially regarding the "player heros", which makes critical strategic decision making a chore often times. The game makes up for this in the cute risks and implications of the plethora of ways the player can manage the accumulation and spending of the three major resources. Graphically the game is beautiful, but I wasn't a big fan of the sort of comedic and crude character designs. The games system of expansion content is confusing and bloated, sometimes even adding some uncomfortable advertising/promotional content which it could very well do without. Overall, Dungeon of the Endless is a satisfying experience, but it is not fantastic.
I love rogue games. This one is pretty sweet. Spent countless hours in it - and if you are a fan of rogues as well, you'll enjoy this title.
The huge minus for me is the game becomes tedious and repetitive kind of fast. With so many characters, and different ships, it's strange that the game does not **** you into replaying it more than a dozen of times. I guess it's just not enough in it, but of what - i am not sure.
Anyway, i recommend - this is a very unique blend of rogue and tower defense, even though these terms alone will not do justice to the game.
It seems to be a fairly balanced game, except for loot, but there are far superior rogue-likes out there.
If you're more towards roguelikes and loot drop and less towards tower ****'re not going to like this one. Go for FTL and TOME and walk past this title.
Managing became a hassle mid way through the game when you have to zoom in and out of the sprawling map a billion times to handle all hell breaking loose. The ability to pause doesn't make this any less annoying. This ultimately killed it for me despite the near addictive "what's behind the door" type crawl.
I get the appeal for some but it's not for me.
I like Idea and game seams well crafted. You get a good blend of cRPG and tower defence with climatic graphics, sound and character designs. But it suffers from monotony and really bad balancing at later levels.
Difficulty it's quiet high and almost entirely artificial. Of course your mastery over game mechanics and skill is a factor. But as you reach around 40% of game, ramdomnes is way to big. For example on earlier level monster were able to cut my heroes life at most by 15% and on another level I was decimated. In essence you play lottery where your skills just hedge your bets. I prefer games where I am source of my failure or success instead of random number generator.
Another major problem is that after playing this game half way you done it all and just change level and monster graphics. Game may be more successful on mobile devices IF balance issue is addressed
SummaryDungeon of the Endless is a Rogue-Like Dungeon-Defense game, in which the player and their team of heroes must protect the generator of their crashed ship while exploring an ever-expanding dungeon, all while facing waves of monsters and special events as they try to find their way out... so what could go wrong... open the door!