First of all, mad props for participating in the Indie Bundle for Abortion Funds. It is really amazing to see the community band together to deal with these issues.
I'm not really sure if you are fully done with this game and are working on other things, but I have a couple of suggestions and what I hope are constructive criticisms, either for improving this project or for your next one(which I do hope you make because, despite the issues, I did enjoy this).
Firstly, I do really like this style. I think this kind of art is great, especially for this type of game.
Now on to some of the less good, glitches. I got kinda soft-locked basically immediately. I entered the first dungeon and killed the boss before talking to any NPCs or getting the quest to kill the boss. So, when I did get the quest, I couldn't complete it and it locked me out of all of the other quests, so if I suggest something that does exist and was locked behind this(of if I suggest something that exists and I just missed cause I'm dumb), I'm sorry. I also encountered a weird bug where healing potions would(some of the time) only actually heal me after I got hit by an enemy. I would drink a potion, walk around for a while, and only be able to heal when I found an enemy to hit me. Additionally, in the 4th dungeon(which I think was the last) I ran into an area I just couldn't seem to get past as their was a pillar in the way(although I could have just been being dumb or it might have been locked behind a quest).
Now onto the gameplay itself. The game is easy. Like, really, really easy. i got through the first three dungeons and as far as I could into the fourth without dying once. unfortunately, it was not due to any great skill on my part. the combat is very simplistic. i strategy I used was stand still, hit enemies with the heaviest melee weapon have, and chug a healing potion when necessary. this works 100% of the time. Making the combat more dynamic by adding more movement options like sprinting, a roll, or something would help a lot. so would giving enemies different attacks that can interrupt the player's attacks, and placing a cooldown on healing potions. These changes are mostly designed to prevent the type of cheesy strategy I used for the whole game.
This strategy was enabled by the economy being broken. I was able to basically spam potions the entire time because money was so easy to come buy due to two factors. First, when I reentered a dungeon after clearing it, the chests respawned but the enemies did not. This was made especially game-breaking because chest dropped tons of copies of items. In the first dungeon, one of the boss chests dropped 5 life amulets(I'm not positive what they were called), which in total could be sold for like 800 gold. Then, since the chests refreshed, i could just reenter the dungeon, sprint to the end due to the lack of enemies, and make a cool 800 in like 20 seconds. This got worse later in the game. In the third dungeon, one chest dropped 6 or 7 demon armors, which together could be sold for over 2000 gold. Since health potions are 20 gold, that's a gain of over 100 potions in 15-20 seconds.
Another thing I would change is the map and camera. One thing I found confusing was that the minimap showed the player moving east to west/vise versa, while from the perspective of the player, they were pretty much moving north and south. this made navigation confusing. This may have been slightly offset by the camera rotation, but this feature was clunky. I suggest removing this, and instead having a fix camera that turns as necessary as the player moves. in addition to helping the camera be less clunky and help with map positioning, it could help hide unfinished areas and prevent the camera from clipping into geometry.
Final weird thing I encountered was with the leveling system. By the time I got stuck in dungeon 4, I was level five. I had gotten to assign four points(all were put in strength for more efficient whacking). I think it was supposed to be two points per level, mostly because everything I had an option to level up, I had two points available. If this is the case(which might not be, in which case, ignore me) then I missed out on four upgrade points. Additionally, at one point, the "number of points available" stat in my character screen was very buggy, and at one point said I had negative one attribute points to spend. The xp bar was also weird. Sometimes it seemed to go down(by best guess for this is something giving me a ton of xp and cycling over to the next level but I am not sure and don't really have proof of this).
While very buggy and despite the fact I didn't really finish it, I enjoyed playing it. i find it especially impressive that you made this with such a small team, I certainly couldn't do it. I hope you go on to make more things and improve, and I really hope some of this was helpful!