Ever wondered what the appeal of dungeon crawlers is, or what it’s even about? This week we have a great way to get into the genre with Undernauts: Labyrinth of Yomi. Veterans will find it to be a solid but more relaxing experience (though the atmosphere is still super creepy!). We also have some classics with another Labours of Hercules installment, or simple fun with Royal Jigsaw.
Undernauts: Labyrinth of Yomi is an accessible dungeon crawler for new players while also being a more relaxing experience for fans of the genre! The art direction reminds us of classics, and we love that about it.
Become part of the Undernauts: a team that explores a massive subterranean dungeon known as “Yomi”. Every path is fraught with danger, but well worth the risk if it means finding valuable treasure. The creepy, monster-infested maze will keep you on your toes! The only thing you can rely on down here is your own carefully crafted team and wits.
Use powerful skills and magic to defeat hordes of monsters, alongside a unique “switch boost” system to help secure escape routes for your party. Find the way forward and see your story to the end!
Learn more about young Hercules in this blast from the past! In 12 Labours of Hercules: How I met Megara, you join a very young Hercules on one of his first adventures ever. Help Megara rescue her sister and beloved kitty cat in yet another Hercules classic. Time management, romance and cats combine for an exciting new (old) adventure! How far are you willing to go for the sake of love?
Royal Jigsaw brings some classic fun to the table—or in this case, to your PC! Solve good old puzzles depicting royal scenes of all kinds, simple as that. Or not. You’re free to adjust the difficulty to make things easier or harder on yourself. Whether you prefer to work with a dozen pieces or a few hundred, this game is well-suited for a quiet evening of relaxation.