[PC][Steam] Cellar - short arcade game in pixel art

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    Hey everyone,

    We'd like to share the news about our first game, Cellar, that recently got released on Steam.

    Cellar is a short arcade game in pixel art graphics created in Game Maker. The player gets to play as Lily who traverses the dark corners of the basement under her house in search of her lost teddy bear.

    Gameplay is presented in top-down view (like Bomberman or early Zelda installments). At the core, the game requires you to find your way through a maze of crates and other stuff stocked in a basement and get the key that unlocks the door to next level. The ultimate goal is to find your lost teddy bear while avoiding dangerous traps and monsters that lurk in the cellar.

    The game is available on Steam and IndieGameStand.

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    The release trailer is available on YouTube.

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    About the developer

    Vertical Skull Games is brand new, mostly two-men indie game developer, founded in 2016 in Warsaw, Poland. As aspiring developers, passionate gamers and veteran QA specialists, we want to create novel, pixel-art games.

    You can follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
     
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