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Game Information

Available on:PCMay 25, 2017

Developer: Kitsune Games

Genres: Roguelike, RPG

Kill your enemies, possess their bodies, and take their abilities as your own in this turn-based procedurally generated death labyrinth. You play as the imp, the weakest monster in the dungeon. Tired of being bullied by the other monsters, you set off with your sidekick Mid to descend to the deepest levels of the dungeon, defeat the final boss, and take his place.

MidBoss is easy to pick up and play if you're new to the genre of traditional roguelikes (turn-based strategic RPGs with permadeath), but still has the depth and complexity that veterans expect and enjoy.
MidBoss Gameplay Trailer: The possession based roguelike (official) thumbnail

MidBoss Gameplay Trailer: The possession based roguelike (official)

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Reno Gazette-Journal

8.5 / 10.0
Cameron Duren

Great artwork, amazing sound and a tough challenge make MidBoss a great game to jump into. It'll cause you to watch time just simply melt away while you keep telling yourself, "just one more run." It is hampered a little by empty levels but will still provide lots of enjoyment if that issue isn't a big deal to you. I highly recommend MidBoss to anyone out there who is a fan of old school gaming or rogue-like games in general.

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MidBoss struggles to be an engaging experience.

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Old Man Mordaith

8 / 10.0
Joshua Smith

This is the first game calling itself a “Rogue-Like” in a while, where I really feel fans of the inspiration are going to be extremely happy. The creation of Kitsune Games, MidBoss is a really clever take on the old idea.

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