ASMR Dead Cells #11 | Twin Daggers! | ASMR Gaming & Let's Play

ASMR Dead Cells is part of an ASMR Let's Play & Gaming series designed for relaxation.
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► What is Dead Cells ASMR?

Roguelike, Rogue-lite, roguelike-like, rogueschmike! No matter what you call them, the world could always use another! As such, we'd like to present for your consideration, the illegitimate child of the roguelike and the metroidvania, the RogueVANIA. Anywho, enough with the sales pitch, let’s take a closer look.

By metroidVania, we’re really talking about a fixed, hand designed, interconnected world. The game takes place on an immense island that never changes. All of the biomes, bosses and the paths between them are present right from the start. Getting to them is another story...

However, in Dead Cells, death replaces the traditional backtracking mechanic of a metroidvania. At first, seemingly unreachable areas will be strewn across your path, but answers to these riddles will appear as you explore the island. Be it a key, a new acrobatic skill or a forgotten spell. Once uncovered, this knowledge will stay with you, allowing you to unlock new paths to your goal. Sick of the stinking sewers? Head over the ramparts and take a breath of fresh air! It’s your skill, playstyle and of course the loot you find that will determine your path.

Furthermore, as the term "RogueVania" might (not so) subtly imply, we were also quite heavily influenced by the recent wave of roguelites. When there are no checkpoints to save you from your screw-ups, the adrenaline kicks in. And when you lose, you lose big, so you’ve got to make it out alive. Instead of relying on the classic formula of memorising the level design and enemy placement, procedural generation allows us to reward your instincts, reflexes and ability to adapt to evolving situations.

Having said this, we’re conscious that the words “procedural generation” conjure up images of crappy levels and uninteresting gameplay in a lot of gamers’ minds. So we’ve chosen a hybrid solution, with each run being a mashup of carefully designed “chunks” of level. The idea is to give you the feeling of meticulously handcrafted world, while making sure you have a new experience every time.

Game Features:

► RogueVania: The progressive exploration of an interconnected world, with the replayability of a rogue-like and the adrenaline pumping threat of permadeath.
► Souls-lite combat: Pattern-based bosses and minions, weapons and spells with unique gameplay. Make do with what you have and don’t forget to roll.
► Nonlinear progression: Unlock new levels with every death and explore undiscovered parts of the castle as you prepare for the inevitable bosses.
► Exploration: Secret rooms, hidden passages, charming landscapes. Death is the new backtracking.

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► Who is Luminin ASMR?

Luminin is some guy from Texas who enjoys relaxing and playing video games. But wait, why not combine both? With ASMR Luminin channels his inner procrastinator and helps others achieve zen at the same time. Whether it comes to sci-fi or high fantasy, he is a definitely an ASMR nerd at heart!

In this channel, you can expect walkthroughs, playthroughs, funny gameplay moments, marathons and much more. As an ASMR gamer, I strive to bring you the most interesting and unique games on my channel. I also keep a pretty tight schedule, which means new ASMR gaming episodes are uploaded on a regular basis. Subscribe to be notified of whispered or soft-spoken goodness!

Over the years I've made a variety of series, so if you're new we definitely have something for you. A small community has grown around the art of ASMR gaming videos. This channel aims to carry on the concept and help it grow!

► What is ASMR? Why are you so quiet?

Autonomous sensory meridian response (ASMR) is a neologism for a perceptual phenomenon characterized as a distinct, pleasurable tingling sensation in the head, scalp, back, or peripheral regions of the body in response to visual, auditory, tactile, olfactory, or cognitive stimuli. Other attempts to describe the sensation refer to it as a tingle, trigger, "brain massage", "head tingle", "brain tingle" and "spine tingle".

People who experience ASMR commonly report having different triggers or sounds that stimulate them. Some people find that ambient noise such as whispering and soft spoken speech are effective. Many videos use binaural, stereo or “ear to ear” recording to simulate a 3D environment. As a result, many viewers and listeners report an effect that relieves insomnia, anxiety, or panic attacks.

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