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How to Change Difficulty in Labyrinth of Galleria: The Moon Society

Labyrinth of Galleria: The Moon Society

Finding the difficulty of dungeons in Labyrinth of Galleria: The Moon Society too easy or too hard? Here’s how to change it.

You’ll be stuck with the default difficulty in Labyrinth of Galleria: The Moon Society for the first section of the game. But don’t worry: nothing’s too difficult at first. And the first time you die to a big boss, that’s supposed to happen. (At least, we think it is!) But once you’ve spent some time with the game, you might find its dungeons are a little too taxing, or maybe they aren’t taxing enough. Thankfully, you can change the difficulty: it’ll just cost you some mana.

Once you’ve got past the introduction of the game, you’ll have access to something called ‘Witch Petition’ within the Red Tribuna. The Red Tribuna is the area you find yourself in between exploring and story scenes where you can access all kinds of in-game options. ‘Witch Petition’ is where you’ll find difficulty options, along with various other in-game modifiers.

Two difficulty settings will be available to begin with:

  • Gentle World: This costs 333 mana to unlock, and reduces difficulty. Enemies are made weaker, but you’ll find less mana as you play.
  • Nightmare World: This costs 10,000 mana to unlock, and increases the difficulty of the game. Enemies are tougher, but you’ll find more mana as you play.

It’s unlikely you’ll be able to afford to unlock Nightmare World immediately, so you’ll have to play on the standard difficulty for a while until you’ve earned enough mana.

You can change difficulty at any time in Labyrinth of Galleria: The Moon Society. Simply return to ‘Witch Petition’ via the Red Tribuna and toggle on and off Gentle World or Nightmare World once you’ve unlocked them.

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Editor in chief // Kim's been into video games since playing Dizzy on her brother's Commodore 64 as a nipper. She'll give just about anything a go, but she's got a particular soft spot for indie adventures. If she's not gaming, she'll be building Lego, reading a thriller, watching something spooky or... asleep. She does love to sleep.