Fantendo Labyrinth is a 2015 Wii U game developed by Laughball Interactive. It is a dungeon crawler featuring a wide cast of Fantendoverse characters.
Fantendo Labyrinth takes heavy influence from the Diablo series and RPGs in its gameplay. Players choose a team of four characters to send into the Labyrinth, a sprawling dungeon with 300 floors. The Labyrinth is divided into sectors based on boss encounters, with 15 sectors total.
By completing floors, players gain new armor and weaponry along with coins to spend in the hub world. Characters also level up, allowing for better gear to be equipped. All gains are boosted relative to difficulty chosen.
In addition, players can utilize the Team Boost system, using specific groupings of characters to gain benefits like stat boosts or rare loot. Team Boosts can range from having two specific characters in a group of four (such as Unten and Thorn) to a full team, and the benefits tend to be higher based on the amount of required characters.
Fantendo Labyrinth Lite and BitQuests
Fantendo Labyrinth Lite is a companion app to Fantendo Labyrinth released alongside the game for the 3DS eShop. Players can link to their main game and use Lite on the go to check characters and progress, buy and sell items, and to activate BitQuest Mode. In BitQuests, dungeons are cleared by completing minigames ala WarioWare on the GamePad or 3DS touchscreen, and the dungeons are unlimited. This mode acts as a way to quickly gain small amounts of loot while away from the main game, and is the only way to unlock the 8-Bit set of armor and weaponry.
Story: Descent into Labyrinth
Descent into Labyrinth is the game's story mode. When several heroes of the Fantendoverse are transported to a mysterious world named Labyrinth, they must band together to find the culprit and get themselves home.
|We Are The Light|
Unten, Leah Needlenam, Reese, Iron Mask
|"Run to the fire."|
+15 to all stats, +50% chance of finding Gears of Time
Unten and Thorn
|"Every rose has its thorn."|
Attack rises with damage dealt
Iron Mask, Volt, King Ash
|"Swords might be cliche, but there's a good reason they became so cliche."|
Melee-type weapons get increased range
|A strange doppelganger of Unten, seemingly summoned to fight him. Oontan fights by releasing damaging shrieks, or by stretching out his telescopic arms for long-range sweeping attacks.|