Tag Archives: Dungeonland
Wed, Nov 13, 2013 | 01:06 GMT
Paradox has produced a Free Admission Edition of Dungeonland, a co-op action game released early this year which has three players battling through an amusement park as a fourth takes the role of villain. The conversion to free-to-play also delivered the addition of Steam Trading Cards. Paradox says it’s not worried about going free-to-play because it’s going to loot players’ corpses, but probably it’ll make a few dollars from conversions to the full game, as the free version only includes one of four stages.
Tue, May 21, 2013 | 16:37 BST
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.
Tue, Mar 05, 2013 | 01:21 GMT
Paradox Interactive has launched a series of guide videos to ease players into Dungeonland. Meanwhile, developer Critical Studio is bust updating the game with a number of useful tweaks.
Tue, Jan 29, 2013 | 20:55 GMT
Dungeonland, the action-RPG-strategy title from Critical Studio, is now available now for PC, Paradox has announced. In the game, players take control of a group of adventurers trapped in a medieval theme park. Players can don the roll of a Rogue, Warrior, or Mage, while the fourth player takes on the role of the Dunegon Master who will use everything at their disposal to off their pals. Think of it as your normal D&D game with a sick bastard running the thing as your DM. You can pick it up on Steam for $9.99 or whatever your region’s equivalent happens to be. A launch trailer is below.
Tue, Jan 22, 2013 | 23:51 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.
Tue, Jan 08, 2013 | 22:01 GMT
Dungeonland is now available for pre-order, Paradox has announced. Those who decided to drop the cash early will be the recipient of the Grimoire Pack, a set of perks allowing for “sneakier traps and meaner monsters when playing as the Dungeon Maestro.” 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. Dungeonland releases on January 22. Have a look at what to expect from the game in the video below.
Wed, Nov 28, 2012 | 17:17 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.
Wed, Mar 28, 2012 | 20:45 BST
Paradox Interactive is hosting a livestream of its upcoming games via Twitch TV. Watch it here. The firm is showing game trailers for A Game of Dwarves, Dungeonland, The Showdown Effect and Starvoid as well as a live demonstrations for each. A live Q&A will be held as well with the game developers.
Fri, Mar 09, 2012 | 20:41 GMT
Paradox has sent over a massive lot of screens and video for the plethora of games heading your way from the firm.