Reviewed in Indie Game Selections
If you like rogue-likes and are slightly masochistic, you might want to check out WazHack! This is a side scrolling roguelike with many classes to choose from and a quirky art style. At the begining gameplay takes some getting use to but when you get going it's hard to stop! The game is a bit unforgiving but well worth the challenge when you see just how much there is to explore. If you like a most satisfying rogue-like experience this is one worth checking out and for free how could you not? 4/5
With 300 different types of items to be found, you will keep finding novel ways to deal with the 130 different types of monsters you will face on your journey! You have time to think, but this is no puzzler - you will have to use your weapons as much as your inventory. The procedurally-generated dungeon and vast array of possible items gives immense replay value. Some games you'll find a good weapon early, other times you'll rely on wands or potions, or some combination. Sometimes in sheer desperation you'll read a random unidentified scroll... will it be a scroll of fire that incinerates your clothes? Will it be a blessed scroll of teleportation for the ultimate escape?
If you have every played NetHack, DCSS, etc, this game will show you a whole new form of the "roguelike" genre.
This game is as much about the journey as the destination. You will die frequently, but you will learn tricks that will help your next valiant attempt until you one day conquer the dungeon!
When you get good enough to survive to 300 feet, you will be asked to upgrade your character to access the full dungeon. This is a one-off purchase for each type of character (for example, the sorcerer and sorceress are a single type - Evil Mages). The whole game can be played with any character - you only need to purchase your favourite character(s). This can also be seen/purchased in advance under Options/Store.
Supports different controls tuned for phones, tablets, and Android TV gamepads.
Some older versions are available from http://wazhack.com/android