I played it for the first time today and won on my first try! (Although there were several close calls--especially the ending). Really polished game and a lot of fun!
If you'll permit me a suggestion or two, it would be nice to be able to see the attacks available to enemies so that your first foray into new rooms is not a: "am I about to get AOE'd to death without warning?" kind of experience (looking at you, fire level). It doesn't have to be exhaustive info, even just knowing the attacks' names would probably give enough of a hint as whether to expect melee vs ranged or AOE. If that demystifies things or is too hand-holdy, maybe have a consumable or spell so it costs a turn? Or maybe some of the shrines will give you tips on enemy abilities?
This isn't too big a deal in the grand scheme of things. As I said, I was able to get through it my first attempt because the revives, pots, and firewood were plentiful enough to cushion some hard lessons learned.
I'd also maybe suggest some more in-depth tooltips? It was not immediately clear to me how the armor/weapon + elemental damage worked (whether it was upon taking damage or dealing it, and whether it synergized to stack the same element type).
These are minor points on an otherwise very streamlined and mechanically satisfying game. I plan on buying the steam version and trying out the new classes/perma death!