iOS Universal Games
Wayward Souls is an action-adventure game built for quick playthroughs and massive amounts of replay value. It was inspired by Spelunky, Secret of Mana, and our previous game, Mage Gauntlet.
Procedurally generated random levels mean that every time you play the game, it's a different experience. Control one of six characters, all with their own unique playstyles, abilities, and equipment. Explore and fight for survival, in combat where your tactics, positioning, and timing matter.
- Fancy control scheme with no virtual buttons or sticks to fumble over.
- Unlock new areas, for increasingly punishing difficulty.
- 13 area types, all with different monsters, potential traps, and rare encounters.
- Each character can find equipment combinations that change their gameplay.
- Victory is based on your increasing skill as a player, not solely on grinding.
- No IAP ever, even for the hats. All content updates will be free for our fans.
- Unprecedented scope and variety for an action-adventure game on iOS, maybe anywhere.
Another update is being planned! Expect a new character to play as in 1st quarter of 2016.
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Here's a new major update, with another one coming soon. In an update in early 2016, we're adding a final new character: the Paladin. He'll have his own mode and story, and this Paladin Update will include other features from the upcoming PC version.
New in this update:
- Major new feature: Pet system! You now have a small chance of finding different pets in the dungeon. Some pets attack, some provide stat bonuses.
- New sprites and animations for the different pets.
- Testing a better animation system with more frames for walk animations. Using the pets to test them for now, let us know what you think!
- Tweaks and fixes.
- New rare content and rooms added.
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