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Grave Greed

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It's a game where you search for treasure. Dig up graves and defeat horrors that dwell within the cemetery.

WASD or Arrows to Move
SPACE to Dig/Attack
E or Z to Cast Spell
ENTER to Activate/Block
ESC for Menu/Inventory

Left Mouse Button to Attack
Right Mouse Button to Block

Joystick or D-pad to Move
X to Dig/Attack
B to Cast Spell
A to Activate/Block
START for Menu/Inventory

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Great game, just too hard for me. How do you save?

ErikSwahn responds:

Thanks! It autosaves, don't worry about it.

How do i open that door???? p-p

ErikSwahn responds:

Progress and find the key somewhere in the dungeon.

Its really cool! I kinda wish you could save tho.

It's a really great game, but I'm unsure of if there's supposed to be a way to get health back? Not sure if I'm just stupid or if my game is glitching, but I always end up with one hp and no way to recover any ',:')

Nice sound design and graphics, but stuff like that high quality lightning usually ruins the overall retro experience... And the game is fun to play, but I still feel like I'm just missing something. Like the whole 'spell' system for example. Or a few secret rooms, as there was one in the first world and had that whole crate pushing thing that isn't really used in any other place I checked, and I checked pretty thoroughly. And having one boss with more hp each time feels cheap when there are new enemies each world already, as the boss isn't really as challenging when you fight it for the third time. The ending felt a bit underwhelming, too. But the game was really nice otherwise and it has potential. :)

ErikSwahn responds:

Thank you very much! I am not going to say I wasn't lazy, but the game was more of an idea than a polished product.