Dungeon Delver is a 2d wave based shooter set inside a dungeon.  As the player makes it further and further through each wave, they'll begin to encounter more difficult enemies. On their quest to defeat the most monsters, they'll encounter dangerous bosses!

*The game is a Work In Progress. Nearly everything is subject to change.

The Browser Version is a DEMO and is likely not as up-to-date as the full version. Please consider downloading the game to get the full experience. 

Updated 8 days ago
Published 16 days ago
StatusIn development
PlatformsWindows, HTML5
AuthorFire_SP
GenreShooter
Made withGodot, Bosca Ceoil, Bfxr, Adobe Photoshop
Tags2D, Singleplayer
LicenseMIT License
Average sessionA few minutes
LanguagesEnglish
InputsKeyboard

Install instructions

1. Download the game from the link below.

2. Extract the file to your desktop.

3. Open the extracted folder and run the .exe inside.

Download

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Dungeon Delver 0.1.5.zip 31 MB
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Dungeon Delver 0.1.4.zip 31 MB
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[OUTDATED] Dungeon Delver 0.1.3.zip 12 MB

Development log

Comments

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Looks good can't play it though cuz I'm on mac but it does look good my only piece of advice is to add music to the trailer cuz y'know it's the trailer, it's gonna be the first impression so good music makes it better other than that everything looking good keep it up

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Definitely need to add trailer music, i'm still getting a feel for what type of soundtrack should go with the game, so that will be updated soon.


Also, I browser demo is now on the page, so please feel free to try it :) 


Thank you!

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Played it and it was great and I have some ideas for the music since more and more enemies spawn as you play and you really have to try your best to run away and not let them kill you. maybe some fast paced music would get the player's heart beating and because of the style i'd also think an 8 - Bit song would work, another thing is the lighting, it gives of a very serious vibe which is really good btw so a more serious (not upbeat or happy) song would fit.

I recommend using this for the levels (and trailer) but don't play it too often as it might get annoying for the player (It's also a perfect loop but again it might get annoying to the player or not your choice)



And this could be for the Menu Good Luck!

These are just recommendations you don't have to actually choose them I'll be fine with it if you don't as it is your game

Reload if the vid turns gray btw idk what's happening with itch.io