Indie Game “Delver” Making Waves
An indie game named Delver has been just debuted on the PC and Android gaming scene.
Indie gaming seems to be popular these days – be it from the wide range of quickly made and intuitive horror games to multiplayer fests, these games are proving to be entertaining and just as worth the money as commercial titles (even though most of them are free). Recently a rouge-like dungeon crawler named Delver has been finding its way into posts and blogs across the internet. The game originally started as a Java-based raycase engine dungeon crawler, but soon evolved into a quirky, simple game.
Delver features a loot system, with items ranging from different clothes are armors to swords and wands, some of the weapons coming with helpful elemental bonuses and attributes. You progress the maze-like dungeon by finding a ladder, progressing to the next floor. The deeper you get, the more difficult and challenging the monsters become. The locales and designs change, as well as the atmospheric music. So far the game’s only in alpha, but according to the devs, Delver is intended to be expanded with character sheets, and deeper options menu, and hub world, including towns.
Delver is available on PC for all operating systems and on the Android Market Place for $1.99.
The game can be downloaded from its main website: