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<p>Seven Scrolls, the latest title from indie developer Jesse Venbrux, is a tricky roguelike – or perhaps a broughlike – inspired by the games of Michael Brough.</p><p>The basic premise is that you're challenged to explore a series of small, monster-filled levels in search of a key to unlock the next floor. Said monsters are utterly determined to ruin your day, so it's all about smart movements, getting creative, and remaining efficient.</p><p>What I think is intended to set Seven Scrolls apart is its spell system. Spells can have a variety of wild effects, either on the player-controlled monk or the level's grisly inhabitants. You'll be able to trigger them by first examining the combination of symbols on a scroll, then performing the specific actions listed.<p>"Seven Scrolls" is now available on Android and iOS! Google Play: https://t.co/0oIx1GYuOv App Store: https://t.co/Rc1TWeLKMF #sevenscrolls ???????????????????????????? pic.twitter.com/ura4VPh6cl— Jesse Venbrux (@JesseVenbrux) March 7, 2020With it being a roguelike, you can expect the stages and scroll combinations to change after each run, hopefully keeping things fresh for longer. Continue progressing and you'll eventually stumble upon new monsters to face up to and items to test out.</p><p>It was Seven Scrolls' visual style that initially drew me in. I couldn't quite place it at first, but then I saw a member of the App Army mention Brough and its clear similarities to his 2016 classic, Imbroglio, perhaps suggesting that the "broughlike" could be on its way to becoming a fully-fledged subgenre.</p><p>Campbell from 148Apps, our sister site, reviewed Brough's P1 Select at launch last year, finding it to be "an amazingly creative and tight roguelike package". You'll find that one available for iOS.</p><p>While I've chatted a fair bit about Brough so far, I should also say that Venbrux's Eat Me Please, a colourful platformer, is a favourite among some members of the App Army.</p><p>If Seven Scrolls takes your fancy, you'll find it available for purchase now from both the App Store and Google Play. It's currently priced at $2.99.</p>On the hunt for more quality puzzlers? Here are 25 of the best for iPhone and iPad
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<p>Following the release of Danganronpa Trigger Happy Havoc on iOS and Android, Spike Chunsoft has now launched the Anniversary Edition of Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair.</p>Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc Anniversary Edition Review - "Still worth playing after ten years"<p>This port of the much-loved sequel has seemingly received the same treatment as its predecessor, now offering improved touchscreen controls and a reworked UI for handsets and tablets.</p><p>Dave reviewed the Anniversary Edition of Trigger Happy Havoc back in May, praising the port for its noticeable bump in resolution and mobile-friendly updates.</p><p>"Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc on iOS is the best handheld version of the game. It's true! Sure, the PS Vita might be the ideal, and intended, way to play the game, but on an iPhone or iPad the game looks incredibly smooth", said Dave, before awarding it a very respectable Silver Rating.</p><p>It certainly helps that the game itself has aged well for the most part and still provides an enjoyably twisted tale. The sequel's mobile port will hopefully be just as solid as the original's. </p><p>You'll find Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair Anniversary Edition available for purchase now as a premium title from over on the App Store and Google Play. It's currently priced at $15.99. </p>Hunting for some top-tier narrative games? Here are some of the very best for iOS & Android"No. Somehow I have never remembered to ask about her. But I've never seen her anywhere, so I suppose she must have been a stranger. Oh, the sun has just vanished--and there's the light."
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