Author Topic: A new game called "There is no light"  (Read 6279 times)


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A new game called "There is no light"
« on: July 14, 2020, 07:57:28 AM »

"There is no light" is an old school dungeon crawler, based on atmosphere, replayability, reflexes, and tactical approach.

You can play it for free, directly in your browser, from the website :


Fight your way through a mysterious dungeon, full of wonders and dangers, to bring back the Moonstone, a precious artifact stolen by evil creatures. Upgrade the hero's skills and equipment to face deadly monsters, and survive in a dark environment by providing the hero food and light sources. Only the true hero will be brave enough to confront the Dungeon Lord. He awaits you.


- 3 difficulty levels : don't overestimate yourself
- Strong randomness effects to renew the Dungeon : each descent is a new experience
- Survival mechanics : food, light source, poison
- Various monsters with unique combat behaviors
- A ton of secrets to discover : observe the Dungeon carefully
- Types of equipment to upgrade : helmets, armors, shields, weapons
- Rare magic items to get incredible exploration bonuses
​- Experience levels : upgrade the hero to confront the worst enemies
- Money system and merchants : bazaar, arsenal
- Peaceful places : get the help of the monks!

Give it a try! if you like the game, please leave a comment on the landing page to encourage me. You can also support if you feel like it. Good luck :)

« Last Edit: July 14, 2020, 08:00:28 AM by Lovekraft »


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Re: A new game called "There is no light"
« Reply #1 on: March 04, 2021, 01:49:15 AM »
so that's pure juice of dungeon crawling, died quite a number of times !

Great soundtrack btw


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Re: A new game called "There is no light"
« Reply #2 on: April 21, 2022, 10:36:50 AM »
Just tried this, very atmospheric! Although I kind of wanted the torch to provide just a bit more of a view of my surroundings.