Pixel Dungeon

Pixel Dungeon


Pixel Dungeon is a traditional roguelike* game with pixel-art graphics and simple interface.

Explore the depths of Pixel Dungeon, collect useful items, fight fierce monsters to find Amulet of Yendor (surprise!) - the ultimate artifact of this game world.

*From Wikipedia:
"Roguelike is a sub-genre of role-playing video games, characterized by random level generation, tile-based graphics and permanent death."


Many people consider this game very difficult and luck-based. Anyway, you will die often. You are warned! :)


PLEASE HELP ME TO MAKE THIS GAME BETTER!

• In case of crash or freeze press "Report" button, it really helps to find the bug
• In case of incorrect behaviour of the game please contact me by email so I could ask you about the details


Pixel Dungeon is open source and free software. The source code is available at GitHub:
https://github.com/watabou/pixel-dungeon


Cheers!

Recent changes:
- Added: Immersive mode (switched off by default)
- Added: Synchronous mobs movement
- Added: Challenges (options for new game+)
- Added: New item - weightstone
- Changed: Poison mechanics
- Changed: Toxic gas (slightly)
- Changed: Blindweed is replaced by Dreamweed
- Changed: Keys are no longer stackable
- Changed: Mirror images are now immune to toxic gas and fire
- Changed: Inscriptions increase armor DR
- Fixed: Unresponsive error windows
- Fixed: Wand charging exploit
...and more...
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About Pixel Dungeon
Pixel Dungeon is a traditional roguelike* game with pixel-art graphics and simple interface.

Explore the depths of Pixel Dungeon, collect useful items, fight fierce monsters to find Amulet of Yendor (surprise!) - the ultimate artifact of this game world.

*From Wikipedia:
"Roguelike is a sub-genre of role-playing video games, characterized by random level generation, tile-based graphics and permanent death."


Many people consider this game very difficult and luck-based. Anyway, you will die often. You are warned! :)


PLEASE HELP ME TO MAKE THIS GAME BETTER!

• In case of crash or freeze press "Report" button, it really helps to find the bug
• In case of incorrect behaviour of the game please contact me by email so I could ask you about the details


Pixel Dungeon is open source and free software. The source code is available at GitHub:
https://github.com/watabou/pixel-dungeon


Cheers!

Recent changes:
- Added: Immersive mode (switched off by default)
- Added: Synchronous mobs movement
- Added: Challenges (options for new game+)
- Added: New item - weightstone
- Changed: Poison mechanics
- Changed: Toxic gas (slightly)
- Changed: Blindweed is replaced by Dreamweed
- Changed: Keys are no longer stackable
- Changed: Mirror images are now immune to toxic gas and fire
- Changed: Inscriptions increase armor DR
- Fixed: Unresponsive error windows
- Fixed: Wand charging exploit
...and more...

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A Google User
Wednesday 1:54 PM
Great game You can play for months....
A Google User
Wednesday 12:12 PM
Infuriating and engaging. You just have to keep going back, no matter how many times you burn, starve, get poisoned, killed by crabs...
A Google User
Wednesday 12:03 PM
No Screw this game
A Google User
Wednesday 10:35 AM
Fantastic game Refreshing to still find games that are completely free, no ads, no in app purchases, no bullshit
A Google User
Wednesday 9:58 AM
Been playing game since the beginning and I FINALLY BEAT IT! Holy geeze, I really didn't think it was possible. One question though, am I the only one who occasionally finds a level with a locked room that there seems to be no key for? Even using a scroll of magic mapping & looking all over. Am I just missing something?