Through is an RPG with a focus on tactical combat and resource management. It is heavily inspired by other Roguelikes. However, Through carries some key differences. There is a large focus on accessibility and ease of use as well as simplicity and transparent design (for instance, your character only has a Strength and Intelligence stat). If you're looking for a deep RPG system thats easy to pick-up and play but difficult to master, give Through a shot. Open Source Art Credits: Oryx: Characters, tilesets | Atuun: Menu Music | Aaron P: Floor 1-5 music | Craig Stern: Floor 6-10 music | cheapshot: Floor 11-15 music | Ails: Icons and Items art

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CMDKeen Apr 30 2012 says:

Awesome, I didn't expect to see this anymore! Somehow I can't believe you survived this.

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Martanz Apr 30 2012 says:

I think normal mode is impossible =/
Edit: Oops, though this was Hack, Slash, Loot..... Looks the same xD

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porousnapkin Apr 30 2012 replied:

Hack, Slash, Loot and Through as well as Realm of the Mad God all drew from the same art set, so I can understand the confusion. It's some open source art made by Oryx for the Assemblee Pt. 1 competition over at Tigsource.

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L0n3r Apr 30 2012 says:

Great to see it's still alive!

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porousnapkin Apr 30 2012 says:

Whoops! Guess this image didn't need authorization! The download and news report about the new version are in authorization now so hopefully people can be playing it soon :).

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