Into the Dim is a mysterious RPG adventure of a boy and his dog. Explore tricky dungeons, think steps ahead and evolve traps. Solve puzzles, outwit and defeat enemies and uncover the town mystery!
"A clever little dungeon crawler, that plays a lot differently from other games in its class, has solid Game Boy visuals, and will really test you" - TouchArcade
"I’m in love with the eccentric chiptune soundtrack, the visuals take me back to my childhood, and the game itself is rather challenging" - App Advice
"It looks perfect, with its simple sprites and background all matched brilliantly to its retro-monochrome style" - Softonic
"With a complete, classic audio and visual theme in check, Into The Dim’s gameplay is what I found to be most engaging" - Indie Game Magazine
"It’s hard not to be impressed with the game’s monochrome visuals, especially if you grew up in the Game Boy video game era" - MobileSyrup
"Charming roguelike RPG" - Pocket Gamer
"Although it looks pretty cute, it's no walk in the park. Death is lurking around every corner down in the dim." - 148Apps
"Has a nostalgic feel" - GameMob
"A very interesting graphical style and solid gameplay experience" - TouchTapPlay
- dungeons with secrets
- tricky puzzles
- various enemies
- collectable treasures
- universal (play on all your devices)
PLEASE NOTE: Into the Dim is completely free to play. All ads are opt-in only, no popups. In-app purchases are soft and not required, there is no paywall. However, Into the Dim is a hardcore game that challenges you to plan wisely and think strategically. You can purchase some items for real money or choose to watch ads to play it easier.
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Ratings and Reviews
Simultaneously novel and retro, Into the Dim is a dungeon crawler with a turn-based twist. As you explore grayscale dungeons, you’ll need to carefully plan each movement or be attacked by skeletons, flying eyes, and other monsters. Filled with chiptune blips, a delightfully hardcore difficulty, and 8-bit graphics that would feel at home on a Game Boy, it's a rewardingly old-school experience.
Good game, broken in some ways
Overall this is a good game. Though it was just updated so that not all levels were unlocked, I am here to talk about the difficulty. Some parts of the game are easy, but it's the little things that make the big problems. For example, the health whenever you die. I think it is unfair that you have one heart left when you die. Sometimes there will be heart containers nearby when you start a level, but since everything one shots you in those circumstances, it takes luck for no skeletons, bats, etc. to spawn around you. Another problem would be the cost of upgrades. I understand that the point of high costs would make the player play the game longer, but since it takes a while just to get 20 coins, getting 80 to refill your health, only to die again would be a waste of a lot of coins. My thoughts would be to make everything that is buyable with coins cost half the price (or more) cost , making it easier to advance throughout the game.
Great Nostalgic Game
With its vintage graphics and cute storyline, what's not to love about this game? Dungeon crawler-type games used to be some of my favorite on my gameboy when I was younger, and this game does great justice to the genre. The first time I downloaded it, it would keep glitching and automatically take me to the boss level after the first two or three levels, but I redownloaded it and that glitch stopped. Besides that little issue, the game was perfect! Although I couldn't figure out how to solve all of the puzzles, I did have fun trying. I'd probably even be willing to pay a dollar or two for more levels. If the lost dog storyline could be more developed and incorporated more into the game, I think that's make it even cooler! I'm excited to start the game in nightmare mode now. 😊
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- Happymagenta UAB
- 46.8 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Age Rating
- 9+ Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © Happymagenta
- In-App Purchases
- Chest of coins $2.99
- Remove pop-up ads $0.99
- Bag of coins $0.99
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