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Chasm is a pixel-style 2D action, adventure and role-playing game, developed by Bit Kid in 2013, and finally released in 2018. It combines the popular elements of Castlevania, Diablo, Metroid, The Legend of Zelda these classic video games. For example, it has the RPG game mode of Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, map design of Metroid, random item dropping system of Diablo, etc.
Chasm’s creation is inspired by a few classic dungeon adventure & action video games (especially the level design of Metroid and Castlevania), but combines the action-clearance gaming experience with the joy of growing up by collecting props. Its vast 2D world is divided into six areas (whose explorable space is roughly six times the map size of Metroid), each of which is constructed with a phased random-generation technique. Since the map is too large, this game does not take the punishment of permanent death to player by default. But you can manually enable it in the difficult mode.
Overall, Chasm is a cute, fun Metroid- and Castlevania-style small game with lots of cool and new ideas, although none of them let the player feel too excited. Its splicing maps are very fun to explore and filled with well-crafted and vivid enemies for player to fight against. But the repetitive rooms and the world devoid of individuality generally undermine Chasm’s original ideal replayability. The final result of all this is – Chasm probably won’t make a player want to play it a second time.
// Key Features //
- Explore six massive areas procedurally-assembled from hand-crafted rooms
- Enjoy challenging retro gameplay and authentic pixel art (384×216 native res.)
- Battle massive bosses and discover new abilities to reach previously inaccessible areas
- Customize your character by equipping armor, weapons, and spells
- Available now for Nintendo Switch, PS4/Vita, and PC (Win/Mac/Linux via Steam and Humble)
// Official Demo Video //
// System Requirements //
- Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Packages
- DirectX End-User Runtime Offline Setup (June 2010, DXSETUP)
// Edition Statement //
AppNee provides the Chasm multilingual portable full registered versions for Windows.
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