Dungeonland updated with Infinite Dungeon mode, now available for Mac

By Stephany Nunneley, Tuesday, 21 May 2013 16:35 GMT

Critical Studio has released an update for Dunegonland, which comes with Infinite Dungeon Mode and a new achievement-style Star System. The game is also now available for Mac.

Infinite Dungeon mode is basically what it sounds like: a never-ending level in which players will continue fighting and looting until they die.

The update also includes a new Casual Mode for “terrified infants,” and the Star System achievements award heroes who complete actual challenges.

A broad variety of updates to Dungeon Maestro Mode, in which a fourth player can take on the role of Dungeonland’s dungeon master, have also been added.

You can find system specs for the Mac version of the cooperative action game here.

A video showing off the new update is below.

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