Ultimate Games S.A. and Vegetable Games are today very excited and happy to announce that their retro-styled roguelike “Pangeon” are on its way to PS4 and the Xbox One (the Xbox One version of “Pangeon” is dropping on November 4th, 2020 while the PS4 version is launching in Q1 2021).
The game is inspired by classic dungeon crawlers and combines various elements of the genre in a unique manner. Previously, Pangeon was released for PC and Nintendo Switch, and in the first half of 2021 it will also hit PlayStation 4.
Pangeon is a game created by MrCiastku, an independent Polish developer, and will be published by Ultimate Games S.A.
“It’s a kind of a tribute to classic games where the gameplay consists of traversing and exploring dungeons. Pangeon combines the best solutions from such titles in a unique manner, and its audio and visuals are filled with references to the retro style” – says Rafał Jelonek, COO at Ultimate Games S.A.
In accordance with the canon of the genre, the player’s goal is to make their way through the mystery-filled dungeons. Pangeon focuses on single-player gameplay. As the developers explain, it is an almost suicidal challenge that requires you to eliminate hordes of monsters. The title of the game is also the name of a secret organisation that aims to destroy the planet.
The new dungeon crawler offers a total of 8 very diverse levels. Each of them distinguishes itself through a different look, enemies and items. Players can also choose from 10 types of weapons, including swords, bows and magic wands.
Pangeon – main features:
• a retro roguelike;
• 8 diverse levels;
• audio and visuals inspired by classic titles;
• dungeons filled with secrets;
• 10 types of weapons.
The Xbox One release date has been scheduled for 4th November 2020. In the 1st half of 2021 Pangeon will also be published on PlayStation 4.
Pangeon (Microsoft Store):
Pangeon (Nintendo eShop):
genre: roguelike, dungeon crawler, retro, action, adventure, indie
publisher: Ultimate Games S.A.
no. of players: 1
file size: 560 MB
release date: 4.11.2020 (Xbox One), 30.03.2020 (PC – Steam), 14.07.2020 (Nintendo Switch), 1st half of 2021 (PlayStation 4)
Jonas “O.J” Ek
The Gaming Ground
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