Creature in the Well launches September 6

Top-down, pinball-inspired hack-and-slash dungeon crawler dated.

Creature in the Well

Creature in the Well, the top-down, pinball-inspired hack-and-slash dungeon crawler from developer Flight School Studio, will launch for Xbox One, Switch, and PC via Steam on September 6, the developer announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via Flight School Studio:

About

Creature in the Well is a top-down, pinball-inspired, hack-and-slash dungeon crawler. As the last remaining BOT-C unit, venture deep into a desert mountain to restore power to an ancient facility, haunted by a desperate Creature. Uncover and upgrade powerful gear in order to save the city of Mirage from a deadly sandstorm.

Key Features

  • Defeat the Creature: Escape the many challenges set by the Creature and get face-to-face with it in impressive confrontations.
  • Dungeon-crawler: Delve deeper into the mountain as you unlock each of the eight dungeons, each filled with unique gameplay themes, unlockables, and secrets to uncover.
  • Pinball with swords: Charge up energy orbs and have them bounce around and ricochet in order to reactivate dormant machinery.
  • Over 20 unique items: Customize your playstyle with upgradeable weapons and clothing that change how you play the game.

Watch a new trailer below.

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