Title: Days of Doom
Genre: Tactical RPG, Roguelite, Turn-based Tactics, Strategy
Players: Single
Platforms: PC, PlayStation 4 & 5, Xbox One, Xbox S|X, Nintendo Switch, Atari VCS
Release Date: Fall 2023
Developer: SneakyBox

Game Overview
The apocalypse wasn’t the end of the world. Just the one we knew. Enter the Days of Doom, a
post-apocalyptic tactical RPG roguelite that challenges players to reach Sanctuary, a place of
promise and respite in a world of colorful chaos. Starting with a small cast of survivors, you’ll
chart a path to reach your ultimate destination, encountering threats, including zombies, raiders,
and even zombie raiders! Along the way, you will need to recruit a ragtag band of heroes to
protect your growing community and fight your way forward.

Discovering how to best utilize each hero’s unique abilities is the key to success in Days of
Doom’s turn-based combat. Attack with Pyro early in the battle, as he ignites enemies for lasting
damage. Then combine the Hydromancer and the Thrasher in a one-two knockout punch.
Hydormancer can set the stage with a ranged water attack, and then the Thrasher can deliver a
shocking surprise to wet enemies. The odds against you may seem insurmountable, but if you
use your heroes’ abilities strategically, upgrade them, and add new abilities along the way, you
might just make it.

No two runs are ever the same, which keeps you at the top of your game, and makes Days of
Doom inherently replayable.

Beautifully animated hand-drawn art that brings the quirky vision of the post-apocalypse to life

Unique Characters Eight character classes, each equipped with unique default and special abilities

A Bounty of Items Over 70 items and runes to collect to turn the odds in your favor

Roguelite Progression No two runs will be the same, but you permanently upgrade stats like party size and speed of resource accumulation, which means each run will get you closer to reaching your goal

Deadly Enemies A dozen enemies from the archetypal zombie, to deadly raiders, to explosive monstrosities and
two surprisingly brutal boss fights

Orchestral Soundtrack Original orchestral soundtrack by Jelle Dittmar



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