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Dwelling on the 10 level structure, 99 Levels To Hell has 10 different environments for you to struggle through, and these are divided by (yes, you guessed it!) tiers of 10 levels. As you progress through the game you'll happen across shops where you can buy upgrades and new weapons - some of them even fire lasers - and if you're lucky you may even find portals that will help you out a little. The game contains over 25 monsters to discover and battle, as well as over 50 power ups and weapons to get your grubby mitts on. More unusual findings include casinos, elevators and secret rooms. The latter of which will unlock more of the game's story and some may even hide new characters you can then play as once you've freed them.
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