KOC says: 2 buttons. Survive for more than 15 seconds and you're a star!
KOC says: The best of the roguelike platformers. Risk versus reward gameplay at its finest. You'll learn the controls quickly, but prepare for an endless sequence of deaths before you're able to reach the end.
KOC says: You will die, and then your heir will die, and his/her heir will die... and so on. But you'll always improve your skills as you level up in this fiendish, procedurally generated Castlevania and Ghouls and Goblins inspired platformer.
KOC says: Quite easy to learn considering you're controlling everything on your spaceship, but it is incredibly tough to finish even on the easy mode. You'll have to make lots of smart decisions on your journey through space to survive.
KOC says: It's pretty simple to just walk around and collect and combine stuff to begin with, but soon you'll realize you have to be fast and very very smart to not die from hunger or be eaten by a horrible monster at night.
KOC says: Yeah. Looks simple, but it's pretty damn tough. It's also pretty hard to pronounce VVVVVV without everyone laughing at you.
KOC says: A deceptively simple-looking, but amazingly huge and complex metroidvania filled to the brim with puzzles that'll make you scratch your head and mercilessly difficult enemy encounters.
KOC says: A brilliant 16-bit style platformer/action game in both visual style, controls and difficulty. That is to say, it's simple to grasp how to play, but you'll have to learn every level inside out and master the controls completely to get through it.
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