1. Rogue Legacy
Cellar Door Games launched Rogue Legacy in 2013 as a platformer.
Defeating each dungeon’s boss is the most important goal of the game. After defeating all other enemies, a climactic battle with the game’s final boss is required for victory. The player can utilize a sword and magic attacks to beat off the opponents. Gold is collected by killing foes and opening chests throughout expeditions. Equipment and abilities can be improved by using the gold. The blacksmith and the architect’s services are also made available to you if you have enough gold.
Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch are all supported platforms for the game.
2. Enter The Gungeon
Enter the Gungeon is the second game on our list. Dodge Roll and Devolver Digital created and distributed this roguelike shooter.
The basic goal of the game is to find a time machine and right the mistakes that were made in the past by playing as four different characters with unique powers. As the game advances, you’ll be able to unlock other characters. In the game, there are numerous floors, each with a different amount of rooms. Various adversaries and riches can be found in each room. These adversaries must be fought and defeated by the player.
As the game progresses, the player can reach a safe level where he or she can unlock special items by defeating bosses and earning special in-game currency. Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch are all supported platforms for the game.
3. Nuclear Throne
Developer and publisher Vlambeer created and distributed the fast-paced platform-based action game, Nuclear Throne. Cooperative and single-player modes are available. Players can participate in daily and weekly competitions in which they can connect via Steam to compete for the most kills.
A total of 12 characters are available in the main mode, and most of them can be unlocked during the adventure. Fighting the foes requires the utilization of each player’s individual superpower. The major goal of the game is to defeat The Nuclear Throne, the game’s main antagonist. Afterwards, you can play it endlessly until you die. The game may be played on a variety of platforms, including Windows PCs, PlayStation 4 consoles, and Nintendo Switch.
Steam has Nuclear Throne.
Platform-based RPG Hades was created and released by Supergiant Games and is a platform-based action-adventure video game. The game was released last year.
It’s up to the player to control Zagreus, a guy who is trying to escape from his father Hades, the lord of the underworld, and reach Mount Olympus. The underworld creatures Sisyphus and Patroclus guard the underworld’s exit, and Zagreus must fight them throughout his escape. When Zagreus plans his escape, the Olympians help him out. For combat, the character has a variety of tools at his disposal, including weapons, special attacks, and magic. Microsoft Windows, Nintendo Switch, and Mac OS are supported platforms for the game.
5. Lost Castle
Lost Castle is the fifth game on the list of games that are similar to The Binding of Isaac. Hunter Studio created the action-adventure RPG Lost Castle. On the 29th of September of the year 2020, it was made available to the public.
The story of the game takes place in the castle of Harwood, as its name implies. Forbidden powers are scattered around the castle, so you’ll have to delve deep into its mysteries to find them. You’ll have to use your weapons and gear to take on a variety of foes and monsters along the way. The action and bright graphics of the game make it much more enjoyable to play. The game may be played on a variety of platforms, including Windows PCs, PlayStation 4 consoles, and Nintendo Switch.
6. Moon Hunters
Kitfox Games created and published Moon Hunters, an action RPG. The game was made available to the public on March 10th, 2016.
According to the title, the tale of the game is just as intriguing as well. When the moon did not rise in the mystical kingdom of Issaria, chaos ensued. This is a four-player cooperative game. One of six characters is available for players to choose from. Players must battle creatures and halt the Evil Sun Cult to bring back the Moon’s abilities, which are being used by the land’s monsters to wreak havoc. The participants’ choices determine how the game will end. The outcome of the last fight can alter depending on the decisions made by the players.