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Deep Dungeons of Doom
Emerges triumphant
by Jon Mundy 11/6/2013
Product: Deep Dungeons of Doom
Developer: MiniBoss Studios
Publisher: Bossa Studios
Format: iPhone, iPad
Genre: Adventure, Retro, RPG
Players: 1
Version: Europe
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With everything from match-three puzzlers to baseball simulators borrowing liberally from the RPG genre to gain a new angle and a little more depth, it's only fair that an RPG returns the favour.

Deep Dungeons of Doom unashamedly flaunts its gloriously statty RPG roots. It's got pixellated graphics and little coloured numbers and loot and turn-based battles and everything.

But developer Bossa Studios is also mindful of the tricks that make iOS gaming so immediately compelling.

Running before you can crawl

Deep Dungeons of Doom is a dungeon-crawler, but with most of the frustrating bits taken out, and with the onus on instant gratification. ...
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Deep Dungeons of Doom is an extremely bright take on the RPG with an intuitive timing-based battle system and gorgeous pixel-art visuals
Audio/visual: 8
Gameplay: 8
Value: 7
Innovation: 8
Overall: 8
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