Deadly Days is an isometric rogue-lite game where you must and a group of survivors must work together against a hoard of undead. Venture forth into procedurally generated cities and collect items and weapons to survive.
With an arsenal of special weapons and abilities, it is up to you to survive and thrive against the hoard of undead. After you die, you can use one of 50 different survivors with 50 different abilities.
Deadly Days Coming to Nintendo Switch Next Week
Along with the procedurally generated cities, the missions and weapons types are also randomly generated. This means that every time you go out on a mission, you’ll have to be prepared as you will never know what to expect.
There is more than taking to the streets to fight the undead. You can upgrade your home base to provide more defenses and weapons.
Most games set in a zombie apocalypse can tend to be on the serious side. Deadly Days has a more lighthearted approach. Whether that is using an army of rats to fights zombies or the classic pixel-art graphics, Deadly Days might be up your alley.
The game also includes in-game achievements to work through as you progress. If Nintendo won’t add achievements, someone has to!
Rogue-lite Style Perfect for Switch
Given the inherent ways people play rogue-lites looks made for the Switch. Rogue-lites are built for pick up and play, and with the Switch’s portability, it means it is perfect for a quick session out on the town.
Deadly Days is coming out on Nintendo Switch on August 27. Available for $18.99 normally, but can pre-order now with a 20% discount.
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