Caveblazers remaining free enlargement enables you to draw your personal hats

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That’s it, everybody. There aren’t any extra caves to blaze. Deadpan Games’ 2017 spelunk ’em up Caveblazers obtained its remaining free enlargement final Friday. The “Definitive Edition” replace caps off years of roguelike dungeoneering with a wealthy haul of latest gadgets, every day challenges, and a brand new hat-crafting function that allows you to MS Paint your personal cap straight into the game.

Caveblazers: Definitive Edition brings 38 new gadgets and blessings to Caveblazers’s dungeon-diving. Deadpan say there’s a robust emphasis on synergy with these new toys, ensuring that you simply’ve bought loads of choices for ridiculous mixtures. Some of the highlights from the announcement post embrace an early-game hearth blessing for heating up hearth injury as quickly as attainable, and a brand new Dull Ring that may be infused with potions to offer it model new skills. Daily runs have additionally been given 5 nasty new traits like Gauntlet – which begins every degree with a lethal impediment course – and Explosive Spikes, which is simply impolite.

Most vital of all, although, is that Caveblazers will now allow you to attempt your hand at hatmaking. There’s a brand new customized hats folder within the game’s director for dropping bespoke beanies and bonnets into. Of course, you’ll need to have a picture editor (and a few measure of creative expertise) at hand, however helpfully there’s a little bit tutorial file and template included to get you began.

Definitive Edition additionally delivers one final load of bug fixes and stability tweaks, a full checklist of which may be discovered on the official patch notes.

Adam (RPS in peace) reckoned Caveblazers was “the best Spelunky-like game since Spelunky” in his review again in 2017. Graham was fairly keen on it too, virtually named it one of the best games of that year ’til discovering an ending that rewarded you with dancing lingerie women for beating a creepy beefcake.

Caveblazers may be picked up on Steam and the Humble Store for £7/€10/$10. There’s additionally a quite beautiful free Play Together mod for on-line co-op. Sure, Steam’s new Remote Play Together would possibly make that quite redundant, however it additionally comes with some good little degree skips and an possibility for 360-degree aiming.



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