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Explore vast randomly generated dungeons and slay hordes of cunning enemies, find companions to fight with, and upgrade your characters!

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From the creators of the critically acclaimed SanctuaryRPG: Black Edition!

Overture is an action-adventure rogue like which draws heavy inspiration from hits such as Diablo, Realm of The Mad God, Zelda, and The Binding of Isaac. Explore vast randomly generated dungeons and slay hordes of cunning enemies, find companions to fight with, and upgrade your characters!

Key Features:

  • Play as TWENTY-FOUR character classes!

  • Take down insanely challenging bosses

  • Collect mountains of shiny loot and weapons

  • Explore vast randomly generated dungeons

  • Experience intense nail-biting gameplay

  • Enjoy an immersive chiptune soundtrack

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Black Shell Media LLC
Black Shell Games
Action, Strategy, Adventure, Indie, RPGs
Monday, October 19, 2015
Digital PC Download
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Minimum Requirements


  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: 2.0 GHz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Integrated Graphics
  • Hard Drive: 50 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Integrated Audio


  • OS: Snow Leopard (10.6.x)
  • Processor: 2.0 GHz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Integrated Graphics
  • Hard Drive: 50 MB available space
  • Sound Card: Integrated Audio
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The game has a good interface, simple and polished controls, it is quite entertaining to play it for a while, yes, but in the absence of unlockables you lose a little the desire to continue playing for much more, in games like for example Overture, is a game Very entertaining with simple controls and an even easier tutorial, but in Overture there is something missing, something that at this time must be present in almost all games, at this time, the minds of young people are dominated by the Internet And everything that surrounds this means, therefore, what would be Overture would be nothing more and nothing less than the multiplayer, this makes interaction more fun with the game, being able to compete with your friends to see who kills more enemies, who improves More weapons and who can pass the level faster, placing achievements so that the players are committed to complete them all. That's something that could be improved, this game could have a great future, if the designers think that it should have,

Lyon's Quick Reviews #1 - Overture


Overture is a game that I decided to try on a whim. At first, I only knew that it was a rogue-like, and had no other ideas as to what kind of game it could be. After spending some time playing, I think I can safely conclude that this game worth a purchase. That is, if real-time rogue-likes are your thing. Read on to see a more detailed description of some individual aspects of the game. ~ Story ~ There doesn't seem to be any story to speak of in this game. Oh well! ~ Gameplay ~ To be honest, I've never really played rogue-likes before. I wasn't sure what to expect. I ended up enjoying the gameplay fairly well, though. You can select a range of characters from 4 different categories: Warriors, Rogues, Wizards, and Shamans. My favorite group was the Rogues, as you have a longer range of attack. The game is divided into rooms, and you need to find and defeat the miniboss found in each of them in order to advance. After you beat each room there is a more difficult boss that that will probably give you trouble. There is always lots of action and tons of enemies in each room, which gives it a challenge. The fact that I was using a touchpad probably made it more tough than it was intended to be. Sometimes it felt like I was playing a bullet hell game with all of the projectiles flying around. Overall I would say that the gameplay is quite challenging, but someone with more experience in these types of games might disagree. It's pretty fun in general. One thing to keep in note is that you can press the Z key to remove the stats when you're playing. ~ Graphics ~ Graphics in this game are fairly good, but nothing out of the ordinary. The game is made using pixel art, which is quite common among Steam games. Sometimes it can be kind of overwhelming when there are lots of objects on the screen. Overall the game has a pretty standard look. One aspect I don't like is that the screen turns red when you're about to die, which is a little annoying on the eyes. The amount of particles used can be turned down in the settings, which is a nice feature. ~ Music ~ The music in this game is also pretty good, although there are no mindblowing tracks. Some of it is pretty catchy, but some of it also sounds a bit random. There's a good variety of tracks in the game, all done in NES style. The music is done fairly well overall. --- In general, I'd say that this is a pretty good game for what it is. It's not going to amaze you in any way, but you can get a good amount of entertainment for it. If you want a challenging game you can get into right away, this is a good option. OVERALL SCORE = 7/10

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