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Cellar

Cellar

Adventure, Casual, Indie
Short arcade game with handcrafted pixel art graphics. You play as Lily who traverses the dark corners of the basement under her house in search of her lost teddy bear. Inspired by some of the greatest fears from our childhood.
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Short arcade game with handcrafted pixel art graphics. You play as Lily who traverses the dark corners of the basement under her house in search of her lost teddy bear. Inspired by some of the greatest fears from our childhood.
buy 0.99$
Offer will be valid for another 17 hours
Release Date23 марта 2016 г.
DevelopersVertical Skull Games
PublishersVertical Skull Games
OSLinux, Windows
LanguageInterfaceVoiceoverSubtitles
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Single-playerSteam AchievementsFull controller supportSteam Trading CardsSteam Cloud

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REQUIREMENTS
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Minimal
  • OS: Ubuntu 14.04
  • Processor: AMD or Intel Dual-Core @ 1.86GHz or higher
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: GPU with 512 MB Video RAM
  • Storage: 20 MB available space
  • Additional Notes: Best suited for 16:9 aspect ratio

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Description

Do you remember when as a little child you were sent to fetch something from the cellar and you were always afraid that something's lurking there in the darkness?

Cellar

will allow you to go back to these days and face the greatest fears from your childhood - join Lily on her quest to find her missing teddy, Blackbear the Pirate!

Cellar

is a short, casual game created in pixel art. Gameplay is presented in top-down view (like Bomberman or early Zelda installments). At the core, the game requires you to find your way through a maze of crates and other stuff stocked in a basement and get the key that unlocks the door to next level. The ultimate goal is to find your lost teddy bear while avoiding dangerous traps and monsters that lurk in the cellar.

You're still here? OK, so here's some hard facts about the game:

  • It's a fine variation of Bomberman/Dyna Blaster in the world of Sokoban (you know, because of all the crates)
  • The game auto-saves only at the beginning of each level. Deal with it.
  • There are 8 levels. That's right, 8 of them.
  • It's a perfect choice to boost up your completion / achievement rate on Steam. You can get a nice, round 100% in about 1 hour, unless you turn out really bad at this game.
  • We actually said this already, but the expected playtime is about 1 hour. Enough for a refreshing break from all those well-known, repetitive AAA titles, but still short enough to keep you from getting frustrated.
  • You CAN actually speedrun through the game in 15 minutes, even though you're in a cellar and not a vault. Are you up for a challenge?
  • Speaking of challenge, there's also an additional, time-based difficulty setting that becomes playable after you beat the game once.
  • There are Steam Achievements, including those horrible hidden ones that you'll be dying to figure out before someone finally posts a guide for this game.
  • You can play it with a controller from the comfort of your couch. Or you can keep standing, that's fine too.
  • If you're still reading this, then we'd suggest you get the game, cause it seems we seriously got your attention.
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Reviews about the game

Cellar31.12.2016

Another cute and fun puzzle game where you have to find your teddy in the "cellar." You run your character through different maze-like levels where you can find items and you have to dodge monsters and get to the exit. I didn't expect to enjoy it as much as I did and now they have added 3 more achievements! Only takes a little while to play, but well worth the 49 cents I paid for it.

Enormous Guan
Enormous Guan
I recommend
Cellar24.06.2017

It's always nice to see a developer put effort into making a short game good, rather than wasting it on making a bad game long.

Armed Urial
Armed Urial
I recommend
Cellar03.05.2016

Cute little pixellated stealth game about the impact of poor building codes on impressionable young minds. Guide Lily through a deranged nightmare cellar that would make the town fire marshall weep inconsolably, all in search of her stray teddy bear. Controls could be a little slow in responding some times, but it's not a platformer, and you're not really supposed to be running around all crazy when you might stumble into a hungry cellar monster. Overally, it was inexpensively entertaining.

Impressive Marmot
Impressive Marmot
I recommend
Cellar30.03.2016

I bought this game mostly because it looks extremely charming and I was kinda digging the atmosphere in the trailers and screens, but once I started actually playing the game, it quickly became apparent that it was not for me. [b]Strike One:[/b] The controls. I am not a fan. This is not a game where you control the character freely, as in many top-down games such as old school zelda and console RPGs. Instead the character moves from square to square on a grid. If you just tap left, the character will move left one entire square. This isn't necessarily a problem in games that have reasonably-sized grid squares, but the grid squares in this game are so incredibly enormous that it only feels awkward. [b]Strike Two:[/b] The gameplay is pretty dull. It basically amounts to putting the player in a maze with a locked exit. You have to find the key and escape, but when you pick up the key a thing will chase you, so if you don't reach the exit fast enough you will die and have to start over again. It's not very exciting gameplay, but the thing that really killed it for me is that there are, for example, tiles that you can only cross over once and then they crumble and can't be crossed again, so if you mess up once, you botched the entire level and just have to suicide or restart. [b]Strike Three:[/b] I played several levels and it was literally that exact same thing in every room. The scenery didn't change and the gameplay did not get more interesting. I was hoping the game would be a little bit more of an exploration/adventure type of game, but the gameplay is more like an old Atari game, and not really in a good way. I love that pixel art, though! Verdict: 7) A classic, essential, and/or must-buy game that is worth full price. 6) A good game that is worth the full price. 5) A pretty good game worth checking out--especially if discounted. 4) A fairly good game, but I'd recommend buying it discounted. 3) Not great, but a few redeeming qualities. Only buy if heavily discounted. [h1]2) Only worth checking out if you are dangerously curious.[/h1] 1) Avoid at all costs.

Environmental Quokka
Environmental Quokka
I don't recommend
Cellar26.05.2016

This games ok, the games a good way to spend a half hour but it's nothing great or special, but i'll recomend it as i got it for 50p on sale and i got what i expected for the price, it's short and cheap but it's nice looking and delivers what the it promises

Simple Mosquito
Simple Mosquito
I recommend
Cellar17.04.2017

A decent way to spend an hour and boost your achievements. Cellar is a casual game and appears deciptively simple. Don't let it fool you though as there are some tense moments and enough challenge to make you mad and keep coming back until you get it right. Impressive for such a small game.

Adverse Piranha
Adverse Piranha
I recommend
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