Impact Gameworks has revealed that its "roguelike dungeon crawler" Tangledeep is headed in the general direction of the Nintendo Switch, ETA 2018.

The game is already available on Steam Early Access and is described as a "dungeon-crawling tribute to the golden age of RPGs, inspired by the lively visuals and music of such classic games as Secret of Mana and Chrono Trigger" - which bodes well, we have to say. 

Not convinced? Well how about this: "Its strategic, turn-based gameplay combines the accessibility and polish of these games, and draws from a rich history of roguelikes from NetHack to Shiren the Wanderer and even modern dungeon crawlers like Diablo." 

Sounds pretty promising now, right? What do you mean, "maybe"? Perhaps the fact that "players can approach the titular, ever-changing labyrinth in a myriad of ways, using the game's robust character job system and huge assortment of equipment to create a unique experience with each playthrough" will seal the deal?

Nope? Then you leave us with no choice but to drop this solid gold piece of info on you - Tangledeep soundtrack's comes in two forms: SNES-style and one with live-recorded instrumentals. Andrew "zircon" Aversa - who is also the game's programmer and designer - is composing the music but it will feature contributions by Hiroki Kikuta (Secret of Mana and Seiken Densetsu 3) and Grant Kirkhope (GoldenEye 007, Banjo-Kazooie, Yooka-Laylee, Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle). How'd you like that, eh? 

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