Dandara Unveils Upcoming Trials of Fear Edition

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Dandara | Clock

It’s no surprise by now that I’m oprainfall’s resident indie fanboy, or at least one of them. I go out of my way to discover hidden gems and love the opportunity to share them with fellow fans. One such game I played a couple years ago was the fantastic Dandara, developed by Long Hat House and published by Raw Fury. I bought Dandara on a whim, and ended up totally engrossed by the game’s artistry and unconventional combat. It really made a mark on me, and my only issue was that I couldn’t spend longer with it. Well, thanks to the upcoming Trials of Fear Edition update, that’s all gonna happen sooner than later.

Dandara | Bomb Mage Fight

Though they haven’t nailed down a release window for Dandara: Trials of Fear Edition yet, it is slated to release for PC and mobile, as well as Nintendo Switch, PS4 and Xbox One. This update will introduce new areas, a new boss and new powers for you to utilize. Best of all, it’s totally free to those who already own Dandara. Given how challenging the main game is, I have a feeling these new areas in Trials of Fear Edition will be a substantial threat, and I look forward to rising to the occasion. If you love Metroidvanias and need a new game to play, I can highly recommend Dandara. To see more details about Dandara: Trials of Fear Edition, just check out the press release below.

Defy gravity, fear, and oppression in the upcoming major update for Dandara

Welcome back to the universe of Dandara, the unique and award-winning 2D metroidvania platformer full of mystical creatures and boundless exploration.

To celebrate the game’s second anniversary, Long Hat House and Raw Fury are proud to reveal the upcoming Dandara: Trials of Fear Edition! (Update is on the house! – Cake will not be included)

Dandara | Vanilla Intention

A world now on the brink of collapse, those feeling the oppression of crushing tyranny have their will completely restrained. But resistance offers a ray of freedom, one who scoffs at the laws of physics while battling this overwhelming despotism. Her name is Dandara.

Defy gravity as you jump across floors, walls, and ceilings, discovering the mysteries and secrets throughout the world of Salt in your quest to bring freedom and balance to the world.

Dandara | Vanilla Heart


Dandara: Trials of Fear Edition introduces a ton of brand new content, all of which will be free to download for all existing owners of the game!

ENTER THE HIDDEN REALMS – Three new areas to explore, a new big boss, new powers for Dandara, a new ability, new music tracks, a new “secret” ending, as well as many quality of life updates. Whew!

UNCOVER THE SALT – A whole new focus on story, fleshing out the lore of the world of Salt and its inhabitants. Find new descriptions, dialogues, and cut-scenes for both new and existing characters and environments!

Dandara | Masquerade Bridge

Dandara: Trials of Fear Edition is developed by Brazilian indie development studio Long Hat House and published by Raw Fury. Trials of Fear Edition is coming soon to Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Windows, MacOS, Linux, iOS and, Android.

About Josh Speer

Josh is a passionate gamer, finding time to clock in around 30-40 hours of gaming a week. He discovered Operation Rainfall while avidly following the localization of the Big 3 Wii RPGs. He enjoys SHMUPS, Platformers, RPGs, Roguelikes and the occasional Fighter. He’s also an unashamedly giant Mega Man fan, having played the series since he was eight. As Head Editor and Review Manager, he spends far too much time editing reviews and random articles. In his limited spare time he devours indies whole and anticipates the release of quirky, unpredictable and innovative games.