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The Binding of Isaac

The Binding of Isaac

  • Publisher
    Edmund McMillen
  • Developer
    Edmund McMillen
  • Release date
    28 Sep 2011

When Isaac's mother starts to hear God's voice requesting her to make an offering to demonstrate her confidence, Isaac departures to the storm cellar, where he faces runs of crazy adversaries, lost brothers and sisters, his feelings of trepidation, and eventually his mother The Binding of Isaac is an arbitrarily produced activity RPG shooter with solid rebel like components. On Isaac's venture, players will discover strange fortunes that will change Isaac's shape and give him superhuman capacities that will permit him to repulse the horde of puzzling animals, unwind mysteries and battle his approach to wellbeing. Principle highlights: Randomly produced prisons, Items, adversaries and managers - you will never play a similar game twice. More than 100 novel things that give you exceptional forces, yet additionally outwardly change your character.50 + adversary types, each with the capacity to become "unusual", which makes them considerably progressively fatal, yet in addition gives them better plunder. More than 20 managers. 4 entire sections, which comprise of 8 levels. 3 + unlockable classes. Various finishes. Pile of unlockable things, adversaries, supervisors and that's only the tip of the iceberg.

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AGM score 75%
IGN 7.5
health
death
shooter
explosion
male protagonists
bomb
helmet
wasd movement
cutscene
melee
crosshair
instant kill
suicide
comedy
robots
achievements
digital distribution
power up
flying enemies
deliberately retro
skull
downloadable content
destructible environment
power down
single-player only
credits menu option
options menu
fork
bird
steam
steam achievements
unlockables
swarming enemies
enemy health indicator
indie
humble bundle
multiple protagonists
revenge
fantasy
glasses
action-adventure
flies
door
the locked door
item container
drugs
gambling
spider
self-referential humor
anthropomorphism
voice acting
protagonist's name in the title
role playing
coin
palette swap
non-player character
a.i. companion
hidden character
glitch
currency
darkness
spikes
boss fight
bosses
explosives
heads up display
secret area
final boss
mini-boss
maps
multi-phase boss
statue
weapon room
thumbs up
ghosts
wizards
magic
fire
dungeon crawling
inventory
easter egg
teleportation
giant insects
mushroom
silent protagonist
arrow
shovel
random number generation
ladder
top-down perspective
book
shopping
bow
hat
young protagonist
key
campfire
bone
treasure chest
bottle
heart
vision obstruction
reward sound
low health warning
laser
map
compass
weak spot
shoes
eye
charge
multiple enemy boss fight
valuable garbage
fight yourself
poison
shrinking characters
context sensitive
pit
status effects
hidden room
twins
multiple endings
traps
rock
fart
original soundtrack release
loading screens
barrel
crying
meat
exploding enemies
monsters
horse
steam trading cards
scroll
bag
safe spot
summoning
bats
toilet
transforming boss
axe
baby
knife
optional boss
evil laugh
temporary invincibility
ambient music
flashback
giant enemy worm
horsemen of the apocalypse
personified classes
boss hands
electronic music
difficulty level
throwing weapons
mask
alternate costumes
upgradeable weapons
magnet
exploding barrel
beard
descendants of other characters
top hat
horror
shelf
facial hair
female antagonists
confirm menu choices
aggressive door-opening
bandana
shoot the backpack
gods
black market
headband
spotlight
disembodied voice
murder
shadow
bullet hell
child protagonist
flowers
playing cards
rope
pop culture reference
eyepatch
white noise
cardboard box
photo
smoke
milk
internet culture reference
fake glitch
poster
couch
rug
developer cameo
mirror
stained glass
spider web
evolving title screen
enemy roll call
foreshadowing
1-up
take a break
cat
special vision
unwinnable state
boss assistance
more than two eyes
blood
procedural generation
spoon
candle
retail games with steam activation
crepuscular rays
pickaxe
decapitation
necklace
super speed
inappropriate loot
goblet
vampirism
air strike
freelc
tooth
segmented creature
inside a living creature
beans
luck
stun
religion
nudity
extreme violence
wings
cyclops
severed head
giant killing
enemies killed from inside
pencil
challenges
paper
pony
aluminum can
underwear
belt
video game characters that play video games
paper money
high heels
beggar
feces
syringe
integrated tutorial sequence
hanging
decoy
killing children
robot
crown
resized enemy
tarot cards
bible
permanent death
energy force shield
glowing eyes
point of no return
fetus as a final boss
gradual enemy introduction
boss killing their henchmen
passive ability
steam play
christianity
theme song
roguelike
halo
angel
slot machine
worm
lemonade
rogue-lite
whip
dungeon crawler
games based on literature
slime
cameo appearance
bloody wall
brain
rubble
feather
distaff counterpart
razor
infinite ammo
improvised bridge
movie reference
pills
sounds of despair
projectiles
pearl
coal
consolation achievements
purse
hourglass
urinating
chapters
needle
lemon
ouija board
ankh
live disembodied head
brass knuckles
monocle
cross-dressing
nail
trail of death
portcullis
stock up area
trap door
necronomicon
wig
stationary boss
severed limbs
onion
matches
lipstick
degraded boss
stapler
blood trails
flash game origin
the seven deadly sins
holy water
demonic infants
miner's helmet
conjoined twins
rosary
familiar horde
bodily functions as weapons
monsters that look suspiciously like genitalia
load bearing boss
conga line party
urine
the holy grail
energy cell
decay
clerics
downloadable to retail
bomb in the mouth
single-screen level
dice
moneybag
a.i. director
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About The Binding of Isaac

The Binding of Isaac is released by Edmund McMillen in 28 Sep 2011. The game is designed by Edmund McMillen. The Binding of Isaac is a typical representative of the Role-playing (RPG) genre. Playing The Binding of Isaac is a pleasure. It does not matter whether it is the first or a millionth hour in Role-playing (RPG), there will always be room for something new and interesting. Thrilling levels and gameplay The Binding of Isaac will not leave anyone indifferent. The complexity of gameplay increases with each new level and does not let any player get bored.

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The story

This section tells the history of the world of The Binding of Isaac

The Binding of Isaac‍ '​s plot is loosely inspired by the biblical story of the same name. Isaac, a child, and his mother live in a small house on a hill, both happily keeping to themselves, with Isaac drawing pictures and playing with his toys, and his mother watching Christian broadcasts on television. Isaac's mother then hears "a voice from above", stating her son is corrupted with sin, and needs to be saved. It asks her to remove all that was evil from Isaac, in an attempt to save him. His mother obliges, taking away his toys, drawings, and even his clothes. The voice once again speaks to Isaac's mother, stating that Isaac must be cut off from all that is evil in the world. Once again, his mother obliges, and locks Isaac inside his room. Once more, the voice speaks to Isaac's mother. It states she has done well, but it still questions her devotion, and requests she sacrifice her son. She obliges, grabbing a butcher's knife from the kitchen and walking to Isaac's room. Isaac, watching through a sizable crack in his door, starts to panic. He finds a trapdoor hidden under his rug and jumps in, just before his mother opens his bedroom door. Isaac then puts the paper he was drawing onto his wall, which becomes the title screen. During the game's loading points, Isaac is shown curled up in a ball, crying. His thoughts are visible, ranging among rejection from his mother and humiliation from his peers to a scenario involving his own death. The game features 13 endings, one after each major boss fight.

Screenshots

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Videos

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