Forgettable Dungeon Enters Final Kickstarter Week Matt McKeown November 7, 2015 Archives Voxel based dungeon explorer Forgettable Dungeon has entered its final week on Kickstarter after already clearing its initial funding goal of $8,315 last week. Developed by a one man team at Happy Box Games, Forgettable Dungeon is a top-down rogue-like dungeon explorer game that has a strong emphasis on co-operative play and strategy. So instead of wading in to the various monsters and hacking away with your pixelated sword, players will have to plan ahead and use items and take advantage of the games destructible environments. It also comes with four player split-screen and the ability to pick up and throw other players off ledges, which is a great way to settle disputes over loot drops. Players can also create their own pixelated hero from scratch. So it’s entirely possible to run around the dungeon as Philip J. Fry from Futurama, Zangief from Street Fighter or even the Pokémon Trainer if you’re a dab hand at pixel art. Forgettable Dungeon is currently set to launch on PC and Linux platforms and they have another stretch goal planned on their Kickstarter page that will add a mini-open world hub.