Farming dungeon alchemy game The Sealed Ampoule Console ports announced

The Sealed Ampoule Console Ports

Publisher PLAYISM and developer CAVYHOUSE announced The Sealed Ampoule console ports are coming in February 2022.

The The Sealed Ampoule console ports are coming on February 3rd across Nintendo Switch (via the eShop), Xbox One (via the Xbox Store), and PlayStation 4. Pre-orders are now live on both the Xbox Store and the eShop.

The farming dungeon alchemy game was originally released for Windows PC via Steam back in March 2021. To celebrate the console ports of the game, CAVYHOUSE’s previous game Forget Me Not: Organic Garden is free on both iOS (via App Store) and Android (via the Google Play Store) for a time.

Here’s a new trailer:

English Version

Japanese Version

Here’s a rundown on the game:

CAVYHOUSE, creators of Forget Me Not: My Organic Garden and The Midnight Sanctuary, presents their latest Clicker-style Dungeon Agriculturalization Rogue-like Game!

Level-up not only your character, but your dungeon itself to score huge bumper crops of items and Magic Circles galore!

By continuously exploring deeper and deeper into the dungeon, you can remake (agriculturalize) your dungeon, increasing your strategic efficiency and gradually transforming it into a bountiful and profitable farm in this extremely unique and original Rogue-like game combining elements of dungeon exploration and clicker-style gameplay.

The game system itself mainly consists of leveling up your character and the dungeon as steadily and consistently as possible. In contrast to this rather humble system, the art style is gorgeously ethereal and enchanting. Lose yourself in the gorgeously ethereal art style, featuring an alchemy + “Cabinet of Curiosities”-inspired motif.

The player takes on the role of protagonist and novice alchemist Irene Morgan as explores her newly-acquired secondhand dungeon. While fixing up and maintaining her dungeon, she encounters the strangest murder case ever, which she ends up investigating.

Uncover the truth behind this dodgy dungeon murder mystery!


The basic game system is pretty simple: Explore the dungeon > Harvest items > Go back home and handle various “preparations” > Explore the dungeon some more.

During the preparation phase, you can develop and expand your dungeon or acquire new skills for Irene. Learning new skills will allow you to dive deeper into the dungeon and fight against tougher enemies and bosses.

Dungeon Argiculturization

There are two distinct “levels” for each dungeon floor: Farm level and Magic level. Increasing Farm level will increase the number of items made available; Increasing Magic level will increase the number of useful magic circles.

Ultimately, if you manage to maximize both levels for a particular floor, you can then agriculturalize it. Once agriculturalized, the floor becomes a veritable paradise, providing large amounts of items and free of any enemies.

Various Skills

There are over 100 types of skills, such as Attack, Heal, Enchant, Item Management, etc. Each player can develop their own unique play style based on how they manage and combine their various skills.

Prepare yourself well, go out and explore the dungeon, and level up both your character and your dungeon… It’s an all-new type of Rogue-like exploration and adventure!


There once was a novice alchemist named Irene.

Having recently lost her beloved mother, she decided to start her own business as a way to help take her mind off of her grief and become more independent.
One day, she found a cheap secondhand dungeon for sale in an online alchemist shop called “Mercuri”, and bought it immediately.

However, if a deal seems too good to be true, well…

The dungeon turned out to be full of strange enemies, which Irene must defeat before gathering items for her alchemy practices.

Upon finally reaching the deeper depths of the dungeon, exhausted, she encounters a doll-like set of twins and the mysterious dead body of an unknown man. This is where Irene’s dodgy dungeon murder mystery begins…

The events of this game occurred ten years prior to the story of Forget Me Not: My Organic Garden.

Two stories are separate and standalone, so there is no need to be familiar with the previous game before playing The Sealed Ampoule. However, there are some recurring characters appearing in both titles, which will help provide a bit more insight on this interesting and mysterious world world.

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