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    Pixel Art Point & Slash Greedventory Announced At Guerrilla Collective!

    Nordcurrent Labs (Vilnius, Lithuania) and Black Tower Basement (Kharkiv, Ukraine) have announced Greedventory, a brand new 2D pixel art point & slash adventure, at Guerrilla Collective. This story-driven action adventure with souls-like elements challenges players to master the traditional hack & slash mechanics with a twist: instead of smashing buttons, players will have to attack, defend and parry using its mouse, thrusting and slashing with it as if it was their own sword! Greedventory will be available for PC on Steam and GOG.

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    ABOUT GREEDVENTORY

    Your uncle wasn’t joking when he told you you should embark on an adventure. The Igneous Sigil Brotherhood has seized control of all magical artifacts in the world, and you will have to retrieve them. With an ancient imp as your travel companion safely tucked in your backpack, you will have to master spells, defeat powerful bosses, and face the Brotherhood to succeed. No one said it would be easy, so get ready to die a lot – but with style.

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    KEY FEATURES
    • Unique combat system. Attack, defend and parry your enemies using your mouse. Master the timing of each action to become the ultimate warrior.
    • Interact with different spells that will change the way your attacks unfold. The spells are linked to your items and can be upgraded (or lose durability!)
    • Embark on a journey of juicy (and gorgeous) violence in a world full of dangers, from traps, to countless enemies to powerful bosses
    • Enjoy a thoroughly crafted pixel-art with detailed locations and carefully animated bosses

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