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Diyu is a mobile roguelike-runner with the Pac-Man mechanics and in setting of „hell“ from the Chinese mythology. The player passes the levels-labyrinths trying not to be caught by monsters, which differ from each other with the unique behavior. Unlike Pac-Man, the emphasis is on the frightening atmosphere: for example, the player sees the monsters only when they are in the field of view of the protagonist.

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