Have A Nice Death has left early access after a year of updating

Have a good deathHollow Knight’s dark arts and lightning-quick combat are reminiscent of Hollow Knight, but it has more in common with Hades and Dead Cells. One of the things it has in common with those games is that it was released in early access. After more than a year, version 1.0 arrived this week, bringing the final area, new boss, and the end of the storyline.

Here is the launch trailer:

Set in the clunky, procedurally generated departments of Death Inc., Have A Nice Death puts you in the role of an overworked Grim Reaper, whose vacation plans have been ruined by employees. your incompetence. You have to clean up their mess, like when Katharine returned from GDC and found out Alice B was in Cadbury’s hands again.

If your “oh no another roguelike” warning flashes, remember: Death can’t die. The power you unlock in each Have A Nice Death run will carry over to the next, meaning you get stronger even if you stink – although your enemies may also be stronger or the item has can become more expensive, to balance things out.

Ed played Have A Nice Death at the time of original release. He thinks it has lovely bones, but it needs more material to fight, upgrade, collect. It could have more stuff after a year of updates. The 1.0 release alone added five new enemies, a new boss, a new mini-boss, three new spells and cloaks, 30 new curses as well as new pickup trucks. I don’t know what those are.

Have A Nice Death is now £19.79/$22.49 with 10% launch discount from steam.


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