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Neon Dungeon

Neon Dungeon - A tiny procedural Roguelike.

Lost in a vibrant labyrinth illuminated just by its glowing neon walls, you must search for a way out - but beware, you are not alone in here. Do you have what it takes to escape the Neon Dungeon?


Move around: arrows / WASD / HJKL
Attack: space / X / F

Supported browsers

The game should work fine in recent builds of any modern desktop browser. Proper ES6 and WebGL support is required but these are fortunately commonplace these days.
I have successfully tested it under the latest releases of:
Chrome (Linux and macOS)
Firefox (Linux and macOS)
Opera (Linux and macOS)
Safari (macOS)

Categories: desktop

Feedback from the judges

Diego González: Extremely awesome! Love the dyna lighting and especially how visited areas stay partially lit. The graphics are so smooth and good looking. I wish there was more to the combat; more tactical variation andf strategy to choose from, different timings or enemy movement patterns. More depth, variety and some music would really be cool! Great work so far!

Jupiter Hadley: Fun game! I enjoyed exploring and destroying enemies. When you get attacked, it looks super intense!

Jimmy Joe McGurl: very cool little roguelike. the camera element works great here giving only illuminating areas within the field of vision. One critique- I would change the attack mechanic a bit. As is, I find it more fun to try to avoid the enemies altogether as currently you can just enter the middle of a room and spam attack until they collide with you and die. I think a a delay between being allowed to attack, or an attack that doesn't cover your entire hurtbox, or something else to add an interesting/challenging element to this would really improve the experience.