Out There Somewhere developer Studio MiniBoss has teamed up with Bossa Studios to release rhythmic roguelike Deep Dungeons of Doom. While iOS and Android users have to wait for its release, Android-based OUYA console owners can already give it a go.

While the name of the game changed from "Deepest" to plain, old "Deep," the core fighting gameplay still revolves around only 3 buttons: attack, defense and item use. Accompanying the rhythmic fighting style is a variety of monsters with varied attack patterns and special weak spots. An earlier developer video gives a little better peak at the gameplay, so be sure to check it out after the jump.