DOWNLOAD  $1.99

Delver

    • SEARCH TYPE
    DOWNLOAD  $1.99


    Screenshots

    Delver's review

    Published: 2015-05-11, by .

    Super difficult, randomly generated, roguelike dungeon crawler with Minecraft-like graphics

    8.9
    • Genre mashup: RPG/roguelike/Minecraft
    • Tons to explore
    • Lush music and sound design
    • Intuitive controls
    • Difficult in an addictive way
    • No tutorial
    • Unforgiving difficultly makes it rather niche

    "Cave full of baddies, pocket full of bones"

    THE VERDICT

    Delver is a fresh riff on the Minecraft vibe, co-opting the blocky elemental creation and description mechanic and placing it squarely (see what I did there) in the framework of a roguelike dungeon crawler. Every round starts off anew outside a dangerous cave, which is filled with bad guys and treasure and all sorts of weirdness. Fight off the nasties long enough to collect sweet loot, because if you die in the process, your progress is reset to zero every time. A well-made hardcore game that's surprisingly simple to just pick up and play.

    THE PROS

    The music and sound design is actually lush, adding a ton of creepy exploratory atmosphere. There's loads to discover, including the classic Minecraft strategy of combining two or more items to make something new. It's also super difficult in a very good way; the get-loot-or-die-trying approach makes for a particularly interesting shade of caution as you creep around the map.

    THE CONS

    Like I said, it's a tricky game - best for those who come armed with plenty of both strategy and patience. There's also no tutorial.

    Tags: delver , delver save , delver game , delver version 0.7c , delver 0.7c , dungeon delvers , dungeon crawl , delver roguelike , dungeon ascendance

    Janel Appszoom logo

    by Janel , Appszoom

    May 11, 2015

    Description

    Delver is a first person action roguelike dungeon crawl with crunchy pixels.

    Take the role of an adventurer that tries their fate in the dark dungeons (and probably dies horribly). Fight monsters, grab loot, horde potions, and level up!

    Quest for the Yithidian orb at the darkest depths of the dungeon and attempt to bring it back to the surface. Getting to it may be the easy part.

    Levels are randomly generated in each playthrough - you'll never know quite what's around the corner.

    Features:
    * Permadeath - once you're dead, you're dead
    * Randomized levels - never the same game twice
    * Loot hoarding
    * Chunky pixels!

    Development log: http://forums.tigsource.com/index.php?topic=24764.0
    Follow me on twitter: https://twitter.com/cuddigan

    ----

    Recent Changes

    0.8.6
    * Holiday update! All new art and sound.

    0.8
    * New areas!

    0.7c / 0.7b
    * Fix for audio crash on some devices
    * Fix for door crash
    * Fix for ladder shading

    RPG roguelike dungeon crawl

    Explore more

    Users review

    from 5.541 reviews

    "Great"

    8.6

    Users comments for Delver

    Nikita Izumov

    by Nikita Izumov

    Oct 30, 2017  |  "Great"

    While it is pretty decent, I'd recommend the PC version instead. First person perspective on mobile is finicky to say the least, plus the Android version hasn't been updated in years (literally).

    Dominic Morris

    by Dominic Morris

    Oct 23, 2017  |  "Good"

    Ahhhh why the buttons so smol

    Scott Dobbin

    by Scott Dobbin

    Oct 15, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Tried to play, but everytime, I hit with my weapon my character would move all over the place great job dumbasses, this has to be the worst programmed game on the play store!!!

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Oct 14, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Pretty underrated for a mobile game. Let alone how much space this game holds

    Jadiel Delossantos

    by Jadiel Delossantos

    Oct 09, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Can u add multiplayer please it would be so much fun and work but it would be worth it!

    francisco gomez

    by francisco gomez

    Oct 09, 2017  |  "Great"

    Gamepad compatibility?