Following up on a well-received demo version released last year, developer David Williamson has released the full version of his action-oriented roguelike Hack, Slash, Loot.

Hack, Slash, Loot is unique in that the game is fully playable with mouse movement and left-clicks; the design boils down roguelike mechanics so that gameplay focuses on combat, though players can also expect lots of exploration and equipment juggling between battles.

Williamson notes that gameplay has been significantly refined since last year's demo release, and Hack, Slash, Loot now includes six quests, hundreds of monsters, and a variety of special abilities and companion characters. While a permanent save feature is not included (death is permanent, as is standard in the genre), note that the game quicksaves current progress upon exit.

Hack, Slash, Loot is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux platforms, and is priced at $10.