The Binding of Isaac

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"I don't see myself putting it down until I hit that magical 100% completion mark, which is hours and hours away at this point. This is one trip that I recommend to everyone open-minded enough to give it a chance." -

"One may play for an hour or two, but they're constantly tempted to go back in and uncover the scads of remaining secrets. It's a style of game that really intrigues me, and one I want to see more of" -

When Isaac’s mother starts hearing the voice of God demanding a sacrifice be made to prove her faith, Isaac escapes into the basement facing droves of deranged enemies, lost brothers and sisters, his fears, and eventually his mother.

The Binding of Isaac is a randomly generated action RPG shooter with heavy Rogue-like elements. Following Isaac on his journey players will find bizarre treasures that change Isaac’s form giving him super human abilities and enabling him to fight off droves of mysterious creatures, discover secrets and fight his way to safety.

Key Features:

  • Randomly generated dungeons, items enemies and bosses, you never play the same game twice.

  • Over 100 unique items that not only give you powers but visually change your character.

  • 50+ enemy types each with the ability to become "special" making them extra deadly but they also drop better loot.

  • Over 20 bosses.

  • 4 full chapters spanning 8 levels

  • 3+ unlockable classes

  • Multiple endings

  • Tons of unlockable items, enemies, bosses and more.

Customer reviews


Quite possibly one of the greatest games ever made.

LautaroCompleX | Dec. 4, 2014 | See all LautaroCompleX's reviews »

What makes this game so great?

Well, it's simple, it's incredibly fun, it's randomly generated each time (thus providing an endless experience), and even if you beat it, you'll just be unlocking new stuff to move on.

Yeah, have fun trying to achieve true 100%.

Also, this game has one of the best gaming music composers: Danny Baranowsky. I love the dude. He also did the scores for Super Meatboy, you should know/love it already. Another amazing thing about this game is the story. (Yeah, it has a story). I don't want to spoil anything so I'll recommend you play the game endlessly and make your own conclusions. Afterwards you can just google or discuss the lore with people. Trust me, you'll be amazed.

The game also draws a lot of parallelisms with the Christian Bible (more precisely the "Binding of Isaac" story. You may or may not know it) If you see religion as an interesting and curious theme, regardless of your own beliefs, you will like this game a lot.

Have I already mentioned Danny Baranowsky did the music? Just buy it, dude. I don't know why you're still reading this, hovering on the "buy now" button. I am taking offense by that.


Awesome indie game!

Riscas21 | Nov. 14, 2014 | See all Riscas21's reviews »

I never expected this game to be this good, I watched some gameplays and gave it a try, worth the money! The gameplay is very addictive and fun, there is a lot of things to discover on the single-player campaign, a lot of bosses, items, secrets, enemies, etc. It is quite challenging, so you may have some difficulty completing the levels. This is one the best indie games I've played on my life, seriously, you need to play this if you never played it before, and also, try the dlc too, it gives 50% more contents to the game, have fun!


One of the most addictive gaming experiences I've ever had

Pure_Top_Gun | Nov. 11, 2014 | See all Pure_Top_Gun's reviews »

I would consider myself to be a pretty hard-core gamer, I spend a lot of time with them. This game I came across knowing nothing about it, a rogue-like perma death game where no two play through are the same, a game that results in the 'one more go' attitude you get from games like x-com and FTL.

The amount of items alone is enough to keep your playthrough attempts at trying to kill your mother fresh each time. I've been playing the game for at least 20 hours and still haven't seen half the items. There is no end to the amount of various combinations.

You're as probably likely to have the same exact playthrough as you did on a previous attempt, as you are to win the lottery.

Its the never ending game that just keeps on giving, is instantly satisfying and captures your attention for dangerous amounts of time. For the price of something like this in comparison to some of your triple AAA games, this is extreme value for money.

A must have for anyone who ever grew up playing games.


The perfect combination of retro and wildly random shooter!

thy_savior | Nov. 9, 2014 | See all thy_savior's reviews »

Imagine playing legend of zelda only the dungeons are randomly generated and you collect a large number of items that have numerous effects.

Well as much as this game looks like Zelda, it's not. Instead of using a sword you shoot tears, instead of an oversized arsenal of items you use them all at once! With the exception of Bombs and other little items.

Without spoiling the story, you go through multiple floors fighting a boss at the end of each one. Along the way you encounter many upgrades (and possible downgrades) that will help you along your journey to defeat the final boss.

There is a lot of characters to unlock with different stats and starting items. Also to increase replay ability there are tons more unlockable items, new floors, and many other hidden goodies to keep this game going!

The Binding of Isaac Rebirth however is a redux of this game with various improvements, but also is much different than the feel of this game.

Also great sound effects, enemy design, and general design of the levels.


Cannot get more addicting

ImightbeKevin | Nov. 3, 2014 | See all ImightbeKevin's reviews »

This is one of my go to games whenever I have nothing to do. Whether it is for 10 minutes or 5 hours, I can sit and play this game forever. It is just a game that has replay value no matter how many times your beat it (which is not as easy as you think). With randomly generated floors, I can sit and play this game on and on without stopping except for the occasional rage quit. With it being such a low price, I cannot recommend this game more.