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Never Split the Party

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Feature List

- Cooperate with your friends and cover each others backs in this 4 Player Co-op
- Explore a procedurally-generated megadungeon that spans 5 progressively difficult floors
- Destroy a wide variety of dangerous enemies in over 425 unique dungeon rooms
- Dodge devious hazards that split the party
- Revive your companions when they get knocked down
- Discover and amass over 120 devastating abilities and artifacts
- Share the knowledge of one of four unique specialist roles
- Unlock new character classes and challenges to be mastered
- Always available to play with your friends because it's FREE!

About the GameNever Split the Party is an ultra social rogue-like! You're one of four adventurers entering an epic dungeon to take down the evil vampire known only as The Countess, who killed your parents and is now constantly bombarding you with insults.

Explore a procedurally generated dungeon, amass powerful upgrades, and cooperate with your fellow adventures to conquer and crush the vile dungeon bosses!

Never Split the Party has over 120 upgrades, 21 magical potions, 28 unique enemies, and over 425 room designs spread among 5 procedurally generated dungeon levels for maximum replayability!

Each player has both a role and a character class.

The four unique roles in the game each provide vital info to the party.
- The Cartographer tracks the dungeon maps.
- The Treasurer tracks each players inventory.
- The Vitalist tracks each players health.
- The Loremaster tracks all knowledge of the upgrades.

If you were to be split from the party, say through an Skeleton Wizard's teleportation or a Punter that knocks you into the next room, then everyone else would lose access to your roles vital info until you're reunited.

You'll also get to unlock and choose your character class. While the initial Fighter class will be FREE for everyone (so that you can always play with your friends), access to the other 5 classes require the Fellowship DLC.

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: 10.7+
  • Processor: SSE2 instruction set support.
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DX11 capabilities
  • Storage: 1 GB available space

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7+
  • Processor: SSE2 instruction set support.
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DX11 capabilities
  • Storage: 1 GB available space

System requirements for Linux

  • OS: Ubuntu 12.04+, SteamOS+
  • Processor: SSE2 instruction set support.
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DX11 capabilities
  • Storage: 1 GB available space
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Early Access Review For All Who Not Interested the Rest, Conclusion Is at the End:) The Beginning: The first time I saw this Game, I thought, "oh okay, looks very interesting. But it's free. How do you think that can be? " After 10 Minutes, I already understood the Principle. You will be thrown into a randomly generated Dungeon that has 5 Levels. There are a Bunch of Viewers who wish you death and you have to fight your Way through it. In the Beginning, though, I was still alone and thought, "Holy moly are the Bosses hard" But ONE Friend played this Game with me. It took us a Lot of trials to get to the last Level:D After about 3 hours: Through our many Attempts, we got to know many Itims, and understood that the Potion can be both good and bad. (Little Tip on the Edge: Every time you restart the Dungeon, the Effect of the Potion changes to the Respective Color. But if you already had a Potion in the Dungeon, it will stay until you lose or win) But We have also noticed that by chance it is meant by chance. It can also happen that you can get upset about not getting keys, bombs, Coins or good Items. After about 5 Hours, we finally defeated the Final Boss (The Countess). From that point on, we thought, what else was to come now? But it got more and more witty. From then on we tried to make the individual Exemplations, such as: Win without dying, win in Hard Fashion or win under 20 Minutes. Now that we have the Cleric at our disposal from the beginning, it's even more Fun:D--------------------------------------------------------------------------FAZIT Never Split the Party is a Game that's really a Try an error game. But still, it's Fun. For whom no Challenges are something and those who prefer to play billo games, who do not require a Skill, you can make up;) I, too, am not the Best with my almost 30 Hours, but Practice makes perfect. You have to be prepared for the fact that things can get unfair. For Example, through Enemies or through the Rooms, items, Etc. But if you have at least one Friend you can persuade to join in, then you really get started. It's incredibly difficult on its own, but two or three it's a lot of Fun. And all those who complain about the Sound or the Graphics, I'll just say one. Sound can be put down, because there is such a Function, you can find vlt in the Settings. And Graphics aren't everything with a Game. Many Items or generally that look like, reminds me of Zelda a Link to the Past. And I love this Game, so it's even more Fun for me. Just because a Game doesn't have a High-end Graphics, NOCH LANGE doesn't say it's bad;) Finally, what about the DLC: Players don't have to buy it. Now that a new Class is the same, you don't need it anyway. So far, only 4 more Classes have been released and their Exits (see above). But if you really Enjoy the Game, I can only recommend the DLC, because the more Choice the BETTER:D
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