Dead Cells releases a brutal update

Dead Cells: video game cover

Dead Cells is a video game available in the steam store (only for Windows at the moment) and also in GOG of which surely you already know something, and if not, here we will talk about it. Although the real news is that the title has released a brutal update, and it is not a saying, since 20% more content has been added to the platform video game. Started by the renewal of the old fortress / skills / health system by another based on brutality / tactics / survival, as well as new objects, weapons, shields, abilities, enemies, etc.

Dead Cells, for those who do not know it is inspired by castlevania, but with its own style. What happens when you die? In other games, everything ends, but here it is the best learning tool avoiding repeating the same mistakes and providing a different touch to other games of the same genre. In other games, when they kill you, you think about what you did wrong to learn and not make the same mistake again and what you can do differently to try to escape unscathed, but here everything changes ... That will no longer serve us.

Every time you are killed in Dead Cells, the levels of the video game will change, so we will be constantly surprised by the news. Therefore you must learn to adapt and based on your skills and reflexes, and not on repeating the same operation until everything goes well as in others. Every time you lose your life you will see that the level you are in has changed, so it will be like starting from scratch… Does that sound like fun?

And what perverted mind has come up with this idea? Well to the Motion Twin boys, the indie studio of developers that was founded in 2001 and that have given life to this fantastic game that is super addictive. It is nice to have different video games, not only great titles for Linux, but also all these lists of lesser known games from small studios that cannot compete with resources but with fantastic ideas… Yes, for Linux! Since they are working to bring it to Mac and Linux soon.

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  1.   Mark said

    But from what I can read on the Steam store, it is only available for Windows

    1.    Isaac said

      Hi Marcos, yes. It was a mistake of mine, at the moment it is only available for Windows but it is working to bring it to Mac and Linux soon ...

  2.   Juan said

    you can always try wine, playonlinux etc.

    1.    jose alvarez said

      I know it sounds rude but the pirate version of dead cells runs on wine. is that I am poor and I can not buy it