Dual-Screen Dungeon Crawler TEMPLE OF YOG Scheduled for December

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CHUDCHUD Industries has revealed that their innovative, dual-screen dungeon crawler TEMPLE OF YOG has been scheduled for release this December on the Nintendo eShop, with free content and online PvP to follow in Spring.

TEMPLE OF YOG is "the game of human sacrifice" according to the developer's description, "layers select sacrificial tributes from a primitive village and send them into an ancient temple. These tributes fight and conquer their way through procedural dungeons for glory, their inevitable death rewarding the village with prestige and progress."

"Tributes shift between the realms of Light and Shadow on the TV and the Wii U GamePad. A second display mode allows players to use the GamePad as a crystal ball into the other realm, leaving the tribute on the primary screen at all times."

This December 16th release is the first of many 'epochs' of the game; content updates in the future will be free to all users but the game's base price will increase with each release as follows:

The First Epoch: $5.99 USD
- Age of the Wilderness

The Second Epoch: $6.99 USD
- Age of the Plow
- Age of the Fist
- PvP Online Multiplayer

The Third Epoch: $7.99 USD
- Age of the Atom
- Age of the Zealot

The Final Epoch: $9.99 USD
– Age of Ascension

'The Second Epoch' is slated for a Spring 2016 release and will contain the PvP multiplayer and two new dungeons to explore.

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