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The Deep Paths: Labyrinth Of Andokost is a first-person, dungeon crawling RPG, with traditional grid-based movement, and active turn-based combat. Players explore a vast labyrinth filled with dangerous creatures, and hidden treasures, to unravel an ancient mystery and deliver their city from harm’s way.

Featuring rich, 3D environments with an old-school, retro feel, this huge adventure pays a modernised homage to classic 80’s and 90’s dungeon crawlers, such as “Dungeon Master” and “Lands Of Lore”.

Rich, 3D environments with high-quality art.
Tough, old-school combat, and traditional character levelling.
Dozens of secrets to discover.
A light-hearted adventure that doesn't take itself too seriously.
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What’s New

Version 1.03

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

-Added lower difficulty button for enemies
-Minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

2.8 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Seattle drinker ,

Average if you're desperate for an old school rug

I was looking for an Eye of the beholder game of yore. This games looked like a good fit but then the puzzles ... annoying timing trapdoor puzzles that instant kill you. UI makes it hard to see the sides if facing forward. I recommend you skip this game. Get grimlock. It's a closer clone to the good old games of the past.

dedmike ,


I have been playing this for a while now on my ipad ios 11 and have not seen a single glitch or had any slowdown. Also the trap doors only get you if you are standing on them when they open and you can simply listen to the rhythm to know when they do open. This is one of the best 1st person dungeon crawlers i have played. Fyi i have played almost all of them available in the US On almost every system. Great game!

Court2802 ,


I bought this game just a little bit ago and to start the controls are stiff as hell. So I start my merry way down the first ladder I wander around the room to so what's happening and I cant open the first door.... no instructions about controls and its frustrating. The inventory system and picking up items is also pretty annoying to get around with the tapping and drag but when you think you just picked it up it goes right back on the floor like your fingers are made of chopsticks. Overall not worth unless you have great patience in which I do not.

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