Sakura Dungeon is now on Steam

Sakura Dungeon Cover

Sekai Project, in partnership with Winged Cloud have released Sakura Dungeon on Steam and Denpasoft for PC, Mac and Linux.

The game is a first person dungeon crawler and is set in a fantasy world where there have been conflicts between humans and monsters for centuries. Players assume the role of Yomi, an ancient fox spirit. After sleeping soundly for several hundred years, she awakens to discover that her powers are gone and her dungeon home has been taken from her.

Sakura Dungeon ConversationTogether with the heroic knight, Ceri, who woke her from her slumber, Yomi will discover treasures, secrets and hidden rooms, and recruit monster girls to fight alongside them. One of the unique aspects of the game is the ability to capture the monster girls that players encounter while traversing through the dungeons and adding them to their party. Besides exploring the dungeons, Sakura Dungeon features extensive dialogue, as well as gorgeous cutscenes and backdrops.

Sakura Dungeon Key features

  • Control your party with up to 6 characters
  • Retro dungeon crawling action
  • 15-25 hours of gameplay with 3 difficulty modes
  • 50+ monsters to battle and collect
  • Players can unlock a GC gallery and Sprite gallery
  • More than 30 in game outfits to find and equip

Source is Games Press Sakura Dungeon Press Release

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This guy grew up playing Kirby for the NES on his grandmother's lap and has had a passion for games all his life. You'll primarily see reviews and opinion pieces from him. He likes RPGs, both Western and Japanese, action, adventure, brawlers, spectacle fighters and the occasional fighter or shooter; either third-person or first-person.

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