Dungeonland developer diary contains in-depth look at Dungeon-Master mode

By Stephany Nunneley, Wednesday, 28 November 2012 17:15 GMT

Dungeonland has a new developer diary available in which Critical Studio gives the viewer an in-depth examination and explanation of the game’s Dungeon-Master mode and its 3v1 gameplay. In the game, three players will work as a team to survive an adventurers’ theme park full of horrible monsters, while the fourth player works against the team as the park’s Dungeon-Master who even has an “evil laugh” button at his or her disposal. Check out the video below and sign up for the beta here.

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