The Swords of Ditto [official website] 2D roguelite action RPG releases for Linux, Mac and Windows. A release from independent developer onebitbeyond, SIE Studios Japan. Also Devolver Digital release The Swords of Ditto.
The special quest will task intrepid adventurers with entering a secret cave. Wrangling up all the loose LocoRocos. While defending themselves from the classic Moja Troop baddies. Complete with familiar music, sound effects and even singing. So any triumphant heroes will find themselves with a truly worthy reward.
The Swords of Ditto roguelite RPG Trailer (Linux, Mac, Windows)
The Swords of Ditto creates a series of unique, compact adventures for a new hero every 100 years. Hence this seemingly never-ending struggle against the evil Mormo. Players will awaken as one of the chosen adventurers. While wielding the legendary sword of the land through a dangerous and ever-changing overworld.
So this means diabolical dungeons and secret lairs. While ascending Mormo’s tower to face off with the evil witch herself. Retrieve powerful new toys, slap on perk stickers. Complete side quests to fill out your inventory. As each new run is different from the last.
The only constant is the sword itself. Experience and power gained for the sword in each adventure carries over to the hero’s successor. So take down Mormo and the world is a happier and brighter place.
While failure puts Ditto and its poor citizens into a dark, crumbling version of their world. Make this journey alone or invite a fellow champion. For local cooperative play on Linux, Mac and Windows.
The Swords of Ditto developer onebitbeyond. This comprises of former creative director at Curve Studios Jonathan ‘Bidds’ Biddle. Boasting a roster of top game development veterans. All eager to work on their first project together.
Located in London, onebitbeyond have been working on The Swords of Ditto since late 2015.
The Steam, GOG and Humble releases:
So for eager adventurers, The Swords of Ditto is available now on Steam, GOG, Humble Store. Priced at $19.99 USD for Linux, Mac and Windows.
Also, follow the game’s latest news on @onebitbeyond via Twitter.