To be clear, there is a baseline level of pure RNG when it comes to success. Yes, there is the ability to see patterns forming, making the most of them, and adapting your strategies on the fly (all markers of a good roguelike/rogue-lite IMO) but there is zero skill ceiling in here in terms of movement, skill timing, and those sorts of things. It's a slot machine. So even if you know every combination in the game, there's a level of just needing to get good pulls on your symbols and items as well.
That said, it's fun to see a run mature and come together. Getting a really good spin always feels good—thanks dopamine and addictive personalities!
The one caveat I'll mention is SteamDeck compatibility. It says it's SteamDeck verified, but (at least at the time of writing) you'll need to pop out to desktop mode once to launch it and set the resolution before it will run properly. Even then, when docked, I have to set it to a proper 16:9 resolution every time I reload the game. Still, not game breaking, takes 5 seconds, and is mostly painless. But if I see that verified badge, I expect it to just launch at the least—and this barely doesn't.