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The Adventures of Redd: The Lost Temple Features
- 3 game modes (Easy, Normal, and Hard)
- 4+ hours of gameplay
- Unique lighting system
- Fully voiced characters
- Stunning 2D art in full 1080p HD
- Original soundtrack spanning over half an hour

Redd’s essential weapon is his dynamite. He begins with the ability to carry only 4 sticks which slowly regenerate upon use. However, as he collects valuable coins from within the dungeon, he can purchase more powerful upgrades in the Bomb Shop (for instance, a larger bomb bag, larger explosion radius, and faster recharge time), as well as speed boots and an extra fairy pouch. As Redd moves forward through the temple, he discovers treasures that grant him powers much more mysterious and powerful than he bargained for...

The game is based around a challenging one hit system, making the player plan out their moves in each room in order to avoid certain death. Players familiar with action/adventure games will have to quickly calculate their strategies in order to survive many of the dungeons enemies and timed puzzles. Gaming fans looking for a new challenge that “takes you back to your roots” should look no further than The Adventures of Redd: The Lost Temple.
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