Summary: There are quite a few games that are valued not for their modern graphics or epic storyline, but purely for their gameplay. Hammerwatch is one of them. It's gameplay is very similar to Mage Gauntlet's on iOS, so if you like that game, grab Hammerwatch without even thinking.
Summary: When you look at it you think to yourself, "Wow! Cool! This is like Gauntlet!" But it's not. The dungeon is the same every time, there's no urgency/hunger clock, and the enemies are incredibly repetitive. OK, well Gauntlet has repetitive enemies, too.
Summary: Easy to learn, difficult to master. This game is fun with friends (you won't find me playing it solo) and provides an excellent challenge to any gamer. If you don't take your time to look around and think about how to engage mobs, then you will die fairly early.
Summary: Saw this game on sale for cheap, picked it up, and it has been nothing but addicting thus far. If you have a few friends and love dungeon crawlers this game is definitely a good time sink; especially for the price! Just expect a few deaths before you get the hang of things.
Summary: Hammerwatch is a blast from the past and brings back the retro feel of Gauntlet. The game comes with it's own editor which is a bit rough around the edges but is fun once you get the hang of it.
Summary: Hammerwatch is a really fun, really beautiful title. It's a neat Gauntlet style game that is perfectly enjoyable alone but immensely better when playing with friends. Some small but fun puzzle change the pace of the game, giving a small 'Zelda' dungeon vibe.
Summary: It's hard, and it's fun. Sometimes it makes you mad, but I think that's not a bad quality in a game at all. It's frustrating, but it certainly doesn't end up feeling any more monotonous than any game it resembles.
Summary: It is a lot like Gauntlet, as some others mention here. Seriously, If you hate Gauntlet, you might as well not play this. Personally, I don't love Gauntlet, I just think it's alright. But this I really like!
Summary: This is very much like the old game "Gauntlet" roam around a dungeon killing monsters and opening chests. It's not particularly deep or complex but what do you expect from the price? Solid value for money. 8/10