What’s Behind the Door?
Your ship crash-landed on a remote, unexplored planet, leaving you and your crew stranded. Monsters scratch behind every door, but the only way out is through. How long will you survive? This wasn’t a pitch for Ridley Scott’s Alien franchise but is the setup for publisher Playdigious’s Dungeon of the Endless. Playdigious is known for publishing the mobile versions of the critically acclaimed Dead Cells and Northgard.
Explore, Defend, Build, Survive
While traveling to a forced labor colony, ancient alien technology reawakens and shoots down a prison transport ship. The ship launches its escape pods, which land on the remote alien planet Auriga. Now, prisoners and guards must work together to escape alive. Dungeon of the Endless promises to put players in control of the survivors of this crash. Furthermore, players can expect to explore a limitless number of levels in this Rogue-Like Dungeon-Defense game. All with the goal of reaching the surface of the planet and discovering the “truth” about Auriga.
The Apogee edition of Dungeon of the Endless includes all five previously released DLC, originally only available on Steam. Playdigious claims the game has been “carefully redesigned for mobile”, including a revamped interface and cloud saves. Additionally, the game boasts no ads or in-app purchases and is available in Korean and Japanese for the first time.
Interested players can grab Dungeon of the Endless: Apogee on Google Play now. Typically priced at $7.99, the game is celebrating its launch with a 30% discount. Stay tuned for the full Hardcore Droid review.