Finally! it’s done!

Heroes of Loot, a rogue-like Orangepixel style!

(if you don’t like reading, trailer:

the HOOK! :)

This has maybe been my biggest challenge ever: completing a rogue-like the way I like to play them. After every platform game or shooter I did in the last 8 years, I always started a rogue-like or dungeon-crawler type game.. but never got a satisfying experience out of all those prototypes..

Now I did and it’s called -   Heroes of Loot  !   and it’s one of my proudest moments!

the Game

Think classical Gauntlet on steroids and brought into the now. It’s fast, it’s chaotic, it’s action packed and it removes all the boring stuff that rogue-like’s sometimes have too much of in my opinion ;)

The game grows and changes as you progress as a player (made visible with the dungeon-difficulty meter displayed in the games interface)  so make sure to play a lot before diving into your review, because chances are you haven’t seen every challenge or mystery this game has to offer ;)

With great music from Gavin Harrison, who also did the much acclaimed Gunslugs soundtrack, and a unique pixelated graphical style, this is clearly a rogue-like made by Orangepixel.

and we just hope you guys like the experience :)

Interesting factoids

Heroes of Loot created by one guy, except for the music, which is done by Gavin Harrison

...releases on iOS,Android, Ouya and PC + Mac simultaneously

...has 2-player coop mode added for Ouya and Android Greenthrottle controllers

...will come to PS Vita with help from Abstraction games

...supports host of controllers and the NVidia Shield

...has been 9 months in development.. so I need some rest now!

Quick Links


ios App store: -


Ouya version available on Ouya store

PC and Mac version available :

Release trailer :


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