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Immortal Planet

On the icy surface of a forgotten planet stand ruined tombs where immortals sleep. While sleepless warriors roam the halls with their minds eroded by eternity, a lone Awakewalker emerges from cryosleep. With no memory of their past, it’s up to them to forge their future, discover the planet’s mysteries, and find a way out of this icy hell. Fight against challenging enemies with complex behaviours while exploring levels built around single checkpoints. Gather Experiences from fallen enemies to upgrade your character. Fight and die repeatedly, but never lose progress by recovering Experiences lost upon death. Explore the world to discover the story and find many items, spells and weapons that will give you an edge
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Game Discussion

Review by Anonymous
Review from Steam

Very enjoyable game but if you are like me it will be quite a challenge. I totally missed the optional area (which would have been the next logical step to proceed to level up), I missed that I could buy some upgrades (including a health potion) and I only realized far in the game that you could pick up the health blocks despite yours being full already. I didn’t try the challenges so missed those upgrades as well. Being low level without any healing it was quite frustrating to proceed and fighting mobs before facing bosses (as they could eat a chunk of health before the boss encounter) was quite annoying and time consuming. Ports will close when you are in combat and in itself this concept is quite nice but not when you just want to retry a boss. Most of the game I was cursing about the steep difficulty, but I didn’t want to give up and I simply started farming xp, reconciling I was simply not good enough at this game and thinking I maybe should have chosen some other perks at the beginning. In hindsight things would have been much easier if I would have known what I know now. And, more importantly, the game would have been more fun. I can imagine a lot of people would have given up already.
I think that the developers did a really good job however at creating an original, fun, creative and diverse soulslike game. You can feel that a lot of love was put into this. The isometric setup works really well and although it is a short game (unless you are playing it like me) quality precedes quantity. I’m excited to see what their next project is going to be.

Review from Steam

Got it in a bundle.
Works flawlessly on Steam Deck. After around 3 initial stutters it holds 60fps.
In 30fps limit game is really slow and hard to play.