By Ben Hafen / February 12th, 2015
Today, Polish and Japanese developers Teyon and Mechanic Arms sent out a press release for their new eShop title for the 3DS, Excave! This dungeon-crawler RPG will send players, at the behest of the King, into the depths of a mysterious and dangerous Labyrinth in order to rescue a Magician and end the war in Imperial City. Expect to see it next week on the North American eShop, and the European one soon after!
February 12th, 2015
Krakow, POLAND – The game publisher, Teyon, and the Japanese developer, Mechanic Arms, proudly announced today the release of Excave, a dungeon-crawling RPG adventure for Nintendo 3DS™. The game will become available in the Americas in the Nintendo eShop on February 19th, 2015 for $4.99, with the European release following soon.
Imperial City is at war! The King needs you to explore the perilous and ancient Labyrinth beneath the city – find out why this mysterious magical laboratory now spews out an army of powerful monsters bent on destruction, and descend to its lowest depths to rescue the missing Magician.
Triumph in a test of your weapons & magic, or perish trapped deep within the twisting halls of the Labyrinth. Explore, fight and win fame & fortune, then return to the city above to heal, identify fabulous treasures and repair & upgrade your equipment. Are you brave enough to explore the treacherous depths?
· Classic dungeon exploration RPG from Japan
· Choose and fully customize your character with hundreds of treasures and equipment items to collect, modify, upgrade, repair and sell
· Test your courage & skills against hundreds of unique enemies
· 50 terrifying dungeon levels to explore, with 5 massive boss fights
· Progress through an epic storyline to develop your character’s abilities in true RPG fashion
Teyon is a developer and digital publisher of video games for major platforms. Established in 2006 in Krakow, Poland, it has since expanded creating offices in Lodz, Poland and Tokyo, Japan, employing over 70 gaming enthusiasts. Using proprietary cross-platform technology, Teyon has been able to successfully release over 100 self-developed titles as well localize many more. For more information, visit www.teyon.com.