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Released | Developed by | Published by Zaxis Games
Single Player Single Player
Multi-Player
Cross-Platform Multiplayer
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Downloadable Content
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Partial Controller Support Partial Controller Support
Full Controller Support
Achievements Achievements
Steam Trading Cards Steam Trading Cards
VR Support
Steam Workshop
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Valve Anti-Cheat Enabled
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Includes Level Editor
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Includes Soundtrack
Includes Manual Includes Manual
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99 Levels to Hell is a rogue-like, which means surviving is key and every time you play you get a new set of levels to play. 

When you complete 10 levels, the 10th being a boss-fight you unlock a door to the next dungeon.

Hidden in the darkness of the dungeons are shops, casinos and elevators. And if you search the dungeons carefully, you might find secret rooms that unlock more of the story, and free new adventurers, you can play as in your next game. 

But best of all you get to kill the devil to a killer metal soundtrack! 

  • 10 different dungeons.
  • 10 bossfights.
  • 100 levels that spawn at random.
  • 25+ monsters.
  • 50+ powers ups and weapons.
  • Shops, portals, casinos and elevators.
  • Unlock the story of two brothers
  • And blood, a lot of blood.

“This game is a perfect example of how much fun a game can and should, be, even when you completely suck at it.” 
90/100 – IndiegameMagazine 

“Having journeyed through hell several times in my life (once when working for a factory, another time visiting relatives and finally with the ex) this journey through hell turned out to be the most fun by far.” 
4/5 – GameplayersReview 

“99 Levels to Hell is a game that revels in its own difficulty. Bearing in mind that I described Demon’s Souls as “not that hard” when I reviewed it, this game is harder. Mostly because there isn’t anything you can stock up on to make the road ahead more bearable. No, until you get more characters (there are three to unlock, of which I acquired none), you’re stuck with The Magician’s shotgun and maybe some bombs.” 
80/99 – Calm Down Tom 

PC

  • OS: Windows XP, Vista, 7 or 8 
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 2410M 2.30Ghz 
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM 
  • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics Family 
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c 
  • Hard Drive: 1130 MB available space 
  • Additional Notes: Mouse, Keyboard or Controller

     Mac

    • OS: 10.8.2 or newer 
    • Processor: 2.5 Ghz Intel Core i5Memory 
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM 
    • Graphics: 64MB of video memory 
    • Hard Drive: 1150 MB available space 
    • Additional Notes: Recommended two-button mouse, or Apple mouse with Secondary Button / Secondary Click enabled.

       Linux

      • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 
      • Processor: Intel Core i5 2410M 2.30Ghz 
      • Memory: 4 GB RAM 
      • Graphics: Intel HD Graphics Family 
      • Hard Drive: 1140 MB available space 
      • Additional Notes: Mouse and Keyboard. For 64 bit architectures please install ia32libs.

        1. Go to http://store.steampowered.com/ and download the STEAM client.

        2. Click "Install Steam Now"

         
        3. Launch Steam and login to your account (create one if you havn't already).
         
        4. Then go to 'Games' and click 'Activate a Product on Steam'.

        5. Enter the key that we sent you in the email. 

        5. Congratulations the game has now been added to your account and can be installed/launched from your games library. 

         If you're still struggling to find where to redeem the key please watch the following video.