You've got to appreciate those evil overlords who go out of their way to spend that extra buck for solid dungeon construction. It takes a lot of hard work to ensure those spinning saw blades are perfectly aligned, that those pits are truly bottomless, and those spikes are gleaming sharp. Now, if only they didn't leave their door keys lying around, their treasure would be safe from the local green-hooded retro-hero guild. Oh well, it's a living. Dangerous Dungeons, a puzzle platformer developed by Adventure Islands for a month-long game jam, has an old-school style and old-school difficulty to match. It's a familiar kind of work, but that doesn't mean it isn't good. The jump button is a tad too touchy and the bosses are killer, but those looking for a challenge will find this dungeons a cool place to explore.
Update: Listening to comments and criticisms from the community here at JIG, the developer, Adventure Islands, has improved the jump controls. So, if rage quit the game the first time you played, take another plunge into the Dangerous Dungeons!