Enemy Trench: World War I Roguelike Full Release Available Now!

Written by VeryWetLeaf

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Enemy Trench, an indie roguelike RPG set in World War I, has finally gotten a full release for PC. Developed by Vulkanoid, it is their first release on Steam. Featuring minimalist graphics, take up arms as a British Soldier in World War I and survive in the trenches while facing off against challenging enemy soldiers.

Enemy Trench is available now on Steam.

about enemy trench

Enemy Trench is a Roguelike set during the First World War. Play as a British soldier fighting your way through enemy lines hoping to survive. Contend with an onslaught of enemy soldiers, deadly terrain, gas attacks and more. Do you have what it takes to survive in the Enemy Trench?


30 unique levels

Enemy Trench features 30 unique levels all based on various settings in the First World War. You’ll fight your way through trenches, tunnels, minefields, villages and more.

Survive moments of peril

Through out the game you’ll have to make composure checks to deal with various difficult moments, this includes being low on health, facing gas attacks and much more.

9 Different Enemy Types and 3 Challenging Bosses

A huge roster of enemies to fight with, each carrying their own unique set of equipment and weapons that pose a threat to the player. Face off against three tough bosses, those being The Machine Gunner, The sniper and The Flamethrower.

A Variety of Weapons and Items

A huge selection of Weapons and Items all based on real life counterparts from the First World War. Use Rifles and Pistols to take enemies down at a range, use shovels, Bayonets and swords up close and use Grenades and throwing knifes for those tough situations.

3 Unique Classes

Start the game as one of three classes each beginning with their own set of attributes carrying their own set of weapons and items.



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VeryWetLeaf is a writer and content creator bringing you video game related articles and videos. He has been playing turn-based games such as JRPGs, SRPGs, and Grand Strategies for decades. He puts a great emphasis on curation and is fond of giving game suggestions.