The roguelite genre is on fire lately as we have a massive amount of roguelite games coming out next week!
Hello, roguemates! Cerebro here from roguelites.com and it’s another busy week for the roguelite genre as we have 15 roguelite games coming out this week, so let’s get it on!
We’re starting off this week with Couple Last Conductors, a top-down exploration roguelite.
Travel from station to station with your partner conductor, interact with the locals of each station, transport passengers, and mail in an attempt to try to reconnect the few cities that are left.
Of course, since it is an apocalypse, there are things in the dark that will come after your train and it’s up to its conductors to defend it.
Reconnect what’s left of society when Couple Last Conductors launches on August 30.
One of the most popular roguelites of 2021 is coming to the Playstation Store: the horror-based deckbuilder roguelite Inscryption.
Acquire a deck of woodland creature cards by draft, surgery, and self-mutilation.
Unlock the secrets lurking behind the walls of Leshy’s cabin and embark on an unexpected and deeply disturbing odyssey.
Originally released on the PC in October of 2021, Inscryption will make its debut on the Playstation Store on August 30.
An upcoming roguelite claims to have a new take on the well-known tower defense genre: the isometric deckbuilder roguelite ORX.
The game blends the mechanics of popular deck building and tabletop games to create a truly unique experience.
Grow your castle, expand your domain, and take a stand against hordes of green-skinned attackers!
Every level, tougher, and more relentless enemies will assault your kingdom – and it’s up to you to pick the right strategy and rid your realm of the green-skinned menace once and for all when ORX launches on August 30
Embark on a pilgrimage to investigate strange events before all of existence disappears in ZOR: Pilgrimage of the Slorfs, a turn-based tactics roguelite.
Delve through a gauntlet of areas filled with dangerous beasts and hostile terrain. If you survive, scavenge what you can and make camp, where you can craft cards and upgrades to meet the growing dangers to come.
There are hundreds of cards with a variety of uses. Harvesting, attacking, movement, building, buffs, and more. Cards cost food and water to use, so efficiency and planning is paramount.
Undo the terrible omen that befalls your planet when ZOR: Pilgrimage of the Slorfs launches on August 30.
The world is dying as the Alchemist summoned a plague that has devoured the living, and it’s up to you to destroy the Alchemist in Crystal Plague, a 3D action roguelite.
The task is simple: complete the quest of the gods, and gather enough magical power to help the gods get rid of the Alchemist.
Use different souls to be more effective when completing the quest. Gods help you with gifts – runes and soul improvement.
You’re the world’s only hope when Crystal Plague launches on August 31.
Build your unique team of robots and keep them alive as they fight in Mechanibot, a tactical auto-battler roguelite developed and published by Jon Nielsen.
Battle through waves of enemies as you travel from planet to planet on a mission to fix the sun.
The robots you build for your team have different abilities and classes that synergize with each other in unique ways. Forge set bonuses, level up your robots, and find items and upgrades that heavily impact your build.
Reignite your passion, as well as the sun, when Mechanibot launches on August 31.
Slay hordes of monsters to prove you have what it takes to be a master wizard in Neophyte, a chaotic hack-and-slash action roguelite.
Collect spells, choose perks, and discover powerful synergies. Choosing the right combination of spells, emblems, and stat bonuses for your build will be the difference between victory and death.
Become an unstoppable monster-slaying wizard when Neophyte launches on August 31.
Delve into the dark depths of the rainforest, and find the dark crypt to get rid of your curse in Catlike Magic, a 2D bullet hell roguelite.
Learn magical skills, buy and upgrade items and then complain about getting destroyed by a swarm of lizards after only buying offensive items because defense is for noobs.
A million bullets are coming at you, so always be on your toes when Catlike Magic launches on September 1.
One of the roguelites we’ve previously featured on our Upcoming Games videos last April is taking the spotlight again this week as City Wars: Tokyo Reign is set to launch again, this time on the Nintendo Switch.
5 attack card categories make every fight unique. Use consumable utility cards to surprise your opponent, or fire powerful critical cards to generate persistent effects.
Design your own combat case from over 140 cards, 20 guns, and over 25 charms, and battle across 5 procedurally generated Districts.
Initially launching on Steam back in April, Nintendo Switch owners can now join in on the fun as City Wars: Tokyo Reign launches on the Nintendo Switch on September 1.
Join Ean on his journey in Ean’s End, a story-based word game roguelite developed and published by u_twinkle_star and his family.
The game is all about choosing your paths and actions, and even if your choices are the same, the outcome is likely to be completely different.
Not much information can be gathered about the game, but if you’re into story-driven click-based games, then look forward to Ean’s End as it launches on September 1.
Be humanity’s last hope against the rebelling AI in Ignited Steel: Prologue, an isometric turn-based tactics roguelite.
The main game Ignited Steel: Mech Tactics has already launched back in March, but if you want a sample of what’s in store before buying the whole game, then get your hands on Ignited Steel: Prologue as it launches on September 1.
Go on a never-ending journey in Running on Empty, a retro-style minimalistic RPG roguelite.
Your sole mission is to retrieve the package from the place far away as you go through the cruel wasteland full of enemies.
There are 3 factions to support or oppose as well as resources you need to manage in order to survive.
Do whatever you can to make sure you’re not Running on Empty as it launches on September 1.
Rebuild the once-great capital of Niwenborh in The Dragoness: Command of the Flame, a turn-based tactics strategy roguelite inspired by Heroes of Might and Magic.
Choose your battles, paths, and skills as you explore a world ravaged by war. Gather and manage your army of beasts, collect resources and expand your city.
As your beast army grows in numbers, experiment with unit types and skill synergies to forge the best path to success.
Prove your worth as the Dragoness’ Commander when The Dragoness: Command of the Flame launches on September 1.
Hack and whack the invading aliens and save the world in this action-packed, side-scrolling brawler roguelite Chenso Club!
Our heroines want any excuse to use their newfound powers. It’s up to you to master their moves, increase their power and show the world their might.
Play solo or with a friend in co-op mode, and use chainsaws, hammers, and the aliens’ own life force against them – and pulverize enemies on your way to victory.
Be a lean mean killing machine when Chenso Club launches on all current gen platforms on September 2.
The final game this week is IndividuaLand, a turn-based based city-builder roguelite.
Choose among 16 personality types: from Architects, Commanders, Debaters, Defenders, and a lot more. The personality type you choose will affect your strategies in dealing with the difficulties in the adventures ahead.
With a vast amount of personality types as well as the complexity of managing your city, you’re almost always guaranteed that no runs are the same when IndividuaLand launches on September 3.