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They are places where "Z axis" does not exist, only YX reign, the word is unknown 3D, games are simple but should be played, many of them will make us having a good time
It's a MetriodVania game, mixed with elements of the Souls series and it's a 2d platformer - in Early Access still however though the sounds and graphics appear very polished, especially the gameplay. Dead Cells begins with you being revived inside of a body and are inside of a murky and darkened prison. One of the guards reminds you of your journey and that everything you see will never be the same twice. The game starts you off with a basic sword and shield but after that, the entire game is randomly generated so that way every time you play, your strategy will always have to be adjusted on the fly. This added element is what gives Dead Cells its extremely high replay value because, each time you die everything you earned during your previous journey is gone. You’ll see your past items hanging over your head in glass veils that act as a grim reminder, letting you know that this is no walk in the park. In a way they act as trophies for your accomplishments but also reminding you of how unforgiving the game can be. That double-edged sword aspect about Dead Cells is the shining factor behind its glorious gameplay because yes, you will feel bouts of frustration and mental fatigue, but you’ll also feel this inclination to better yourself and take on every new challenge with a new perspective.
The Zazmo Arcade Pack is a collection of co-op, single player and competitive games inspired by arcade games we love. We took a few of our favorites and...
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