Dark Souls-inspired Another Crab’s Treasure is the first crustacean Soulslike

Indie developer Aggro Crab has revealed its next game, a Dark Souls-inspired adventure called Another treasure of the crab, in which players will fight as a hermit crab trying to get its shell back, during Nintendo’s Indie World stream on Wednesday. However, in place of your standard seashells for body protection, that hermit crab will pick up armor in the form of cans, cups, and anything else it can claim from the sea…or from the carcass of enemy.

Like the first game of Aggro Crab Go undera dungeon crawler satirical story set in the “cursed ruins of failed tech startups” where office trash is used as a weapon, Another treasure of the crab would be silly about the “Soulslike” genre. (It’s a trademark of the action game inspired by FromSoftware’s the soul of the devil, Dark soulsand Bloodborne.) Aggro Crab jokingly called his new game “Shellslike” during its reveal, which showed a heroic hermit crab battling other crustaceans armed and throwing trash artificial sea.

Another treasure of the crab Its creators say it will maintain the challenging difficulty of the game Soulslike as players battle ocean animals with forks, knives, chopsticks, and more than 50 potential pick-ups that can be used as shells. temporary. The crab’s built-in weapons (spiky claws) and natural wiring make them the perfect animal for a game that’s heavy on combat.

Another treasure of the crab will be released sometime in 2023, and will be available on Nintendo Switch and PC.

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Zack Zwiezen

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