We have another massive list of games this week, so ready your popcorn because we’re ready to put on a show!
Hello, roguemates! Cerebro here from roguelites.com, and this week is definitely a busy one as we have 17 roguelite games coming out this week, and we’ll begin right after the intro!
Our first roguelite this week is Coin Blitz, a casual pachinko-style roguelite.
Build up layers of coins and try to get specialized effects to dump coins into your bank. Stack your prizes over time for more powerful effects and level up your coins!
Claim a prize of your choosing when Coin Blitz launches on October 18.
Discover and conquer the menacing tower in Cult of Babel, a 2D bullet heaven roguelite.
Select your mighty steampunk witch or wizard, get the ancient cards of power, and slaughter the horde of evil cultists preventing you from climbing the Tower of Babel.
There are 60+ cards to collect and upgrade! The more cards you have in your deck, the more their effects combine and enable you to unleash the fury of ancient magic.
Get ready for a smashing good time when Cult of Babel launches on October 18.
Developer Wildboy Studios and Publisher TinyBuild have created a groovy trailer for the deckbuilder roguelite Nitro Kid, so I’ll step aside for the remainder of the video. Nitro Kid launches on October 18.
An unusual game launching this week is The Way Home: Pixel Roguelike, a roguelite dungeon crawler with an interesting premise.
Trapped on a strange island, Kevin and Cheese struggle to return home. Encounter other lost people and terrifying monsters lurking on the island.
Help our unfortunate duo find The Way Home when the game launches on October 18.
From the creators that brought you The Test Trilogy & many other experiences, comes Zombie Apocalypse Survival Simulator, a text-based, survival simulation roguelite.
You will be asked a series of questions about Zombie Apocalypse scenarios and must provide honest answers about what you would do if you were in potentially life-threatening situations. Based on your answers, you will be assessed and a result will be provided for you at the end of the game to determine how you would stack up in the dangers of such events.
Will you survive in the new world? Or will you become just another victim to looters, bandits, or worst of all… The Voracious Dead. There’s only one way to find out when Zombie Apocalypse Survival Simulator launches on October 18.
Developer Gruby Entertainment and publisher SuperGG.com have prepared an informative trailer for the FPS roguelite Deadlink, so once again, I’ll step aside for the remainder of the video. Deadlink launches on October 19.
Explore a fantastic land populated by different animal tribes in Of Blades & Tails, a turn-based RPG roguelite.
You play as Reik, a clever member of the tribe of peace-loving foxes set on a quest to rid of the evil that’s threatening the realm.
As you explore the land, you’ll gain experience and unlock new abilities. Improve your equipment and collect useful resources in the environment to have a decisive advantage in battle.
Restore the peace your realm deserves when Of Blades & Tails launches on all current-gen platforms on October 19.
A roguelite with an interesting mechanic is launching this week: the aptly-named Right and Down, a 2D deckbuilder roguelite.
Choose your hero and explore randomly generated card dungeons where you can only move in two directions: right and down.
Gather powerful artifacts to get new abilities, and fight against mighty enemies!
Will you make it to level 50? Find out when Right and Down launches on October 19.
A game that debuted last March is now coming to the Nintendo Switch: the 2D twin-stick shooter roguelite Doomed to Hell.
You play as Rose, a human in hell who will need to fight all of its monsters in waves of enemies, defeat bosses, and get new weapons to earn back his life on earth.
Earn your life on Earth back and dispose of everyone who stands in your way when Doomed to Hell makes its Nintendo Switch debut on October 20.
Wanna know what’s better than a mage? A mage with a gun, that’s what, and you get to play as one in Machine Gun Mages, an action bullet heaven roguelite.
Battle through hell using your powerful magic and trusty sidearm to fight off endless demons. Pick your hero’s class, grow your magical ability, customize your gear and upgrade your guns in order to defeat waves of enemies.
Venture into the realms of Hell and survive when Machine Gun Mages launches on October 20.
Help a lone protagonist attempt to escape an alien-infested nebula, with the assistance of a legacy A.I. unit in Paper Nebula, an arcade-style scrolling shooter roguelite.
Blast through endless waves of alien ships to acquire alien technology and unlock shiny new weapons while trying to scout a way out of the nebula.
Improve your ship’s defenses to help you survive and power up with ultimate abilities to inflict MASSIVE DAMAGE!
Prepare for a wild space ride when Paper Nebula launches on October 20.
Another roguelite is making its console debut, this one is on the Xbox consoles: the massively asynchronous multiplayer first-person action roguelite Phantom Abyss.
Explore the perilous halls and colossal rooms of each temple and learn from the mistakes of up to 20 phantoms that have attempted the same temple and steal their whips as they fall.
Recover keys from chests to unlock deeper, deadlier sections of the temple that house more coveted relics. The more difficult a relic is to obtain, the greater the reward!
Learn from others’ mistakes when Phantom Abyss launches on the Xbox Marketplace on October 20.
After exploring the vast seas of the PC realm, the turn-based RPG roguelite Sea Horizon is set to conquer the waters of the Nintendo Switch world.
Unlock different characters as well as dice-based equipment through stories or events, and explore a world made of various islands, with locations of various styles. You can go wherever you please, but you need to put food into consideration.
Initially launching on the PC, Sea Horizon has its sights set on the Nintendo Switch as it launches on October 20.
Go on an adventure in a magical world where kingdoms of various cultures coexist in a fragile peace in Sigil of the Magi, a turn-based deckbuilder roguelite.
Pick your party of three champions, either from a pre-made faction or a combination of available champions, and embark on a journey to obtain the Sigil of the Magi.
Build your deck by earning cards and relics through battles and other encounters. With unique class-based cards and passive abilities, there are plenty of strategic options you can experiment with on every run.
Restore the peace between kingdoms when Sigil of the Magi launches on October 20.
A game launching this week claims to be a combination of Vampire Survivors and Magicka: the side-scrolling action roguelite ANGEL DROID.
Craft thousands of spells to fight demons within the human mind in this game of experimentation and reflection.
Based on 12 main elements, Angel Droid currently offers 28,000 possible spell configurations. With each element added in future updates, thousands of new spell combinations will become available.
Clear your mind when ANGEL DROID launches on October 21.
Enter a world of chaos and disorder in Fhtagn Simulator, a Cthulhu-inspired deckbuilder roguelite.
Set up card slots on roulette to maximize card value. Collect evil creatures, spells, items, and environment to build your deck.
Your ultimate mission is to sacrifice spirit collected by cards to unseal the ancient gods that have come to earth!
Embrace the chaos when Fhtagn Simulator launches on October 21.
The last game this week is The Backrooms, a first-person survival horror roguelite.
Explore an ever-evolving nightmare while running from terrifying creatures to stay alive.
Get ready for everything when The Backrooms launches on October 21.