The Deepest House makes long awaited entrance

It is a bit unorthodox if one thinks about it but perhaps sometimes smaller units to bring us the biggest and best of packages. Be it OnePlus with their flagship killer devices or the object of our topic at hand, The Deepest House. Developed and published by ex-Nvidia engineer and part-time indie developer, Mr Thee, the game was incubated for a long time in development mode. But now, it made its entry at the MAGWest Indie Game Showcase where it will be showcased from August 10-12. The game’s trailer can be seen below

The game comes a long way from its rather interesting trailer. A little more detail about the game as mentioned on its STEAM page, “The Deepest House is a sleek ‘n’ squishy, mostly minimal, top-down 3D roguelike action game. Use your blade, bullets, and whatever you can dig up in the dungeon to reach the end of it. But don’t let the squishy silhouettes of your foes fool you. Cocky house-divers can easily be overwhelmed if they charge-in headfirst into a room.”

At the showcase, the game would feature a three player multiplayer and also a solo mode. Players will either work together or on their own in order to fight in the dungeons fighting off fiends from all over with different modes. On August 1st, an addition video showcasing the “first dungeon” was released on Mr Thee’s channel and it can be viewed below. The top down gamelpay really makes it a game for all ages and every mood type!

The game is set for a release some time in the next year. Meanwhile though, its early access on Steam is set for a late 2018 release for the PC and Mac systems.

Sarmad Burki

Sarmad Burki is a Mathematician and a Economist with a passion for all things gaming and tech. His academics and professional experience combined with tech and gaming adds to his skills giving him a unique ability to observe the tech and gaming industry from various prespectives.