Noodlecake has brought developer Rocketcat's Wayward Souls over to Android, enabling waves of new players to experience this challenging action adventure game. This title, which takes inspiration from the likes of Spelunky and Secret of Mana, pushes players out onto the floor of a randomly generated dungeon and wishes them the best, all while pounding them with horde after horde of enemies and challenging bosses. It's a fast experience that's easy to dive into and just as easy to get kicked back out of.
Wayward Souls has six characters to choose from and thirteen area types to explore. Grinding doesn't hurt, but it will take actual skill to make it to the end of this adventure. The world changes with each playthrough, so strategy and timing will get players further than memorization.
The controls are designed in such a way that players need not wrestle with virtual sticks or buttons. Even better, there are no IAPs to worry about. $4.99 (going up to $5.99 after this week) gets you the game and all future updates. And yes, there will be updates. The team already plans to add MFI controller support, health bars for the bosses, a way to sync game saves, and more. The game's price will go up by $1 each time an update brings new content, so it pays to get in on the action early. Here's a link.