The Labyrinth

Minimum requirements

  • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10
  • Processor: 2.5GHz
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: Literally any external/integrated card
  • Storage: 100 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: This is a simple Flash game, if you have any computer then odds are you can play this game
Single-player, Steam Achievements, Steam Cloud, Stats
Adventure, Indie, RPG

8 Jan, 2021

Curator review

This text based dungeon crawler has so many different classes, unique abilities, combinations of items, enemies, loot, and floors that every new game is a new adventure. A must have for any rpg fan.

Full review

The Labyrinth: A Text-Based Adventure Worth Exploring

Embark on an epic quest in The Labyrinth, a captivating text-based dungeon crawler that will keep RPG fans hooked for hours on end. With its emphasis on combat, looting, and strategic decision-making, this game offers a rich and immersive experience.

Features Galore
  • 16 Playable Class Types: Choose from a diverse array of heroes, each with their own unique abilities. Experiment with different combinations to find your perfect party.
  • A Plethora of Enemies: Battle against over 40 different enemy types, each equipped with their own set of skills. Test your strategic prowess as you overcome these formidable foes.
  • Diverse Room Types: Encounter various room types throughout the labyrinth that can either aid or hinder your progress. Stay alert and adapt to the ever-changing challenges that await you.
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I recommend this game wholeheartedly as it caters to both fans of traditional RPGs and those who appreciate complex gameplay mechanics wrapped in intriguing storytelling. In The Labyrinth, every playthrough feels like a brand new adventure thanks to its procedural generation system. Each floor is uniquely generated so there's always something fresh to discover. The variety of room types further enhances the sense of exploration and unpredictability. The combat system is where The Labyrinth truly shines. With a wide range of class types, all with their own strategic abilities, players can devise clever tactics to overcome challenges. The enemies are no pushovers either; they work in tandem to test your skills as a player. Boss battles add an extra layer of excitement, requiring careful attention to detail in order to emerge victorious. One aspect that sets this game apart is its focus on encounters with NPCs and interactive elements within the dungeon's rooms. Whether it's sacrificing for rewards, browsing rare items in shops, or making use of enchanted anvils for item creation - every decision matters and can greatly impact your journey. Visually, while it may be text-based, The Labyrinth manages to create vivid imagery through descriptive writing that paints a picture in the player's mind. It immerses you into its captivating world without relying on graphical wizardry. Additionally, with an extensive list of achievements and statistics tracking your progress across multiple runs and cloud saves ensuring seamless continuity between devices - there's plenty of replay value here. In conclusion, The Labyrinth is a must-have for any RPG fan who craves depth and complexity in their gaming experience.