99FLOORS - Hardcore Dungeon Crawling Platformer

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    99 FLOORS
    Available on Official Website: Here (preffered)
    Available on ITCH.io: Here
    Free Demo: https://gamejolt.com/games/99fdemo/343466


    99Floors is a hardcore retro-style platformer "hack-n-slash", "beat 'em up" style game. You choose and play as one of 18 unlockable characters each with different stats and abilities, and must fight your way through ninety nine monster and trap infested dungeon floors! However, it's not all bad, as you will collect tons of loot and items along the way, if you survive that is!

    The 99 floors are broken down into ten different stages, each filled with their own monsters and traps. You will have to fight hoardes of different foes, ranging from small slimes to huge demons, all while avoiding traps such as hidden bombs, spikes and a whole host of other deadly hazards.

    Each floor is randomly generated depending on the current stage, so each play through will be completely different. Different traps, enemies, terrain and overall layout is spawned completely random every time you pass through a staircase to the next floor.

    You will find upgrades and new items along the way, unlock achievements, set new hiscores and other records, and unlock new characters all in your quest to beat the 99Floors.



      • Ten Unique Stages (Spanning a total of 99 Floors in case you still haven't figured it out!)
      • 18 Unlockable characters
      • 58 Monsters/Enemies
      • 62 Different Weapons/Items
      • 32 Unlockable Achievements
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