Happy Friday! It’s time for another Raptor Giveaway, and this week, we have just a single code to give away. The fine folks over at Devolver Digital and Moppin have granted us a code for the PlayStation Vita version of Downwell, the monochrome roguelike about shooting enemies with your boots while you fall down a well. It’s also about visiting shops and acquiring powerups, because it’s a roguelike.

We covered Downwell on the site during its initial launch, with reviewer Andrew Stretch giving the game a 7/10 when he played it on PC. 

Downwell is a fun platformer game that will test your reflexes as well as your patience as you struggle to get just one level further. It plays as you would expect for a mobile game, but on PC it is still a great way to waste a bit of time. For those who enjoy the type of roguelike/endless runner style game where you go as far as you can and then have to restart then this might be a fun new addition to your collection. With the price of the game being so low, it’s a game that is worth trying if you enjoy the genre or even if you think you might like it.

So, if you’re in the mood for a bit of arcade action and retro goodness, feel free to enter and you’ll hopefully be catapulting down an endless pit before you know it!

Downwell Giveaway

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Alex Santa Maria

Reviews Editor

TechRaptor's Reviews Editor. Resident fan of pinball, Needlers, roguelikes, and anything with neon lighting. Owns an office chair once used by Billy Mays.