2D Roguelike ‘Tokoyo: The Tower of Perpetuity’ Enters Steam Early Access to Refine its “Procedurally Generated Every 24 Hours” Systems

Playism announced that TOKOYO: The Tower of Perpetuity, from solo indie developer Saebashi, has entered Steam Early Access.

The team has decided to use this opportunity to refine the game’s systems and features based on player feedback. This was also encouraged after players got their hands on the game during the Steam Game Festival in October.

The developer is aiming for an early 2021 launch, at an increased price, with the full version including:

  • Improved and enhanced variety in auto-generation
  • Further fine-tuned game balance
  • Additional enemies, bosses, and items
  • Special events such as limited weekend-only maps, etc.
  • More added collectible elements

TOKOYO: The Tower of Perpetuity features a tower that procedurally generates every 24 hours in real-time. Along with the layout, changes are new enemies and trap placement. Players will aim to obtain the top rank each day to see who can get the furthest. This reduces the chance of any memorization, but there’s an added layer of split routes that might make it more difficult.

The game features some online social elements, such as when you die, a gravestone will appear along with some select final words for players to see. Additionally, there are character customization options to choose from, with more being added.

You can watch the Steam Early Access trailer below:

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