Here’s a Kickstarter we hadn’t heard of, but it’s hard to ignore now. Tiny indie rogue-like Legend of Dungeon, which boasts four-player co-op, asked for just $5,000 to assist with development costs and made that goal in one day, according to PCGamesN. The project has now added a number of stretch goals including LAN and server multiplayer, pets, extra classes and an expansion; hit the link above to check it out. You can also vote for Legend of Dungeon on Greenlight; it’s expected to ship on PC in January.
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