Dungeonland dev diary explains lack of grinding

By Brenna Hillier, Tuesday, 22 January 2013 22:34 GMT

Dungeonland is a dungeon crawler in its most pure form – no story and no level requirements. Critical Studios has explained how this takes the grind out of the RPG.

Dungeonland released today in some territories apparently, but on the Australian Steam storefront we have to wait until January 30. Preorders are available through a variety of digital distributors.

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