Tomes of Mephistopheles is a first-person action-RPG dungeon crawler with procedurally generated dungeons and overworlds. According to the devs, players will be able to use explosives or other means to create your own path through a destructible world. Players will be able to pick up real world objects. Contrary to other games, in Tomes of Mephistopheles chests and other containers do not use menus, but instead have actual items inside. The game sounds interesting and you can view an early, alpha video for it below.
Players can also combine interchangeable runes which control all aspects of their spells. Spells can be customized as far as the way they move, how they are controlled, the area they affect, how they fork or chain, and of course, what the effects are at each stage of the spell designated by specific combinations of elements.
The game is currently in alpha stage and those interested can purchase it. By purchasing it, you will be getting in at the lowest price possible, you will be able to download early alpha version immediately after the purchase and will be granted all future updates for the title for free, including the final release of the game.
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