Dungeonland, the three player co-op hack and slash arcade game, has gotten a few updates recently - all of which - are free. The first is the game now supports Mac on Snow Leopard and higher systems and it includes SteamPlay for cross platform play. So if you buy the game once, you can play it on either platform. Speaking of buying the game, DungeonLand is on sale right now for just $5 or the four pack for just $15.
Since our DungeonLand promotion back in late January, developer Critical Studio has been working very hard to draw in new players heroes to their game. The most recent tweaking of gameplay balance and additional content has given us even more fixes and some crazy character items to obtain, both free and through DLC.
Those of us still bounding around the Dungeon Maestro's theme park have a lot to love about Dungeonland, as our co-op review so masterfully illustrates. Recently, Paradox Interactive placed the previously exclusive Grimoire Pack DLC on sale for the buying populace to consume along with an update that fixes a few rough spots in the game. Oh, and then there are the three video guides narrated by Rogue, Mage and Warrior. Just for fun.
The folks at RockPaperShotgun recently posted a stirring post-mortem with Mark Venturelli and Gabriel Texeira of Critical Games, the studio behind DungeonLand. It's a surprisingly meaningful tale that, with the right spin, could be a movie of the week: deep in the heart of Brazil, a group of freelance illustrators band together with the stubborn goal of making a video game. The odds are stacked against them in a country sparse with indie game creators. But they fight, they persevere, and they emerge on the other side with the shining gem that is DungeonLand.
What do you get when you combined a formula created by Smash T.V. with a demented fantasy filled theme park where the only thing riding is the heads of the enemies you lopped off? You get DungeonLand a new action game with some addictive elements and plenty of co-op action.
We hope that you enjoying your time today with Dungeonland! But if you haven’t picked up the game yet on PC, we want you to have a look at the game’s unique take on traditional dungeon crawling mechanics.
It was only last week that the DungeonLand release date was announced, but it seems a two week lead time may have jumped the gun just a little bit. Today Paradox have announced that DungeonLand will be hitting computers on January 29th instead of the previous date of the 22nd.
We've been following DungeonLand since it was announced last March, and thankfully unlike some other games coming this year, this one is coming in under a year's time - as opposed to a 4 year wait. The 3 player co-op hack and slash game is set to release on the PC on January 22nd. With that Paradox is taking pre-orders for just $9.99 on the game, which will be available from GamersGate and a handful of other digital distribution services.
In our exclusive interview with Joe Fricano, Producer of Dungeonland at Critical Studio, we get down to the nitty gritty of what makes this title a unique Action / RPG on the PC. Exclusive screenshots await you and details on how you can enter to win access into the beta.
Dungeonland is a new action / RPG from developer Critical Studio and published by Paradox Interactive. The game has a unique twist on the standard formula, adding a theme park like setting mixed with fantasy characters to the traditional loot based ARPG formula. The game is set to come out early next year, but right now you can get a chance to check out Dungeonland by signing up for the closed beta.
The team over at Critial Studio shared their first developer diary for their upcoming co-op game Dungeonland. Previously known as "The Co-Op Sheep Killing Simulator", Dungeonland is a 4 player co-op action RPG that focuses on creating a meaningful cooperative experience. The devs at Critical are designing for cooperation first and formost as they want to create a hack and slash game that gets people playing together.
Paradox Interactive, publishers of Magicka, have announced a brand new Action/RPG for the PC. The game is called DungeonLand and it looks like a silly take on the genre. In it, the Evil Dungeon Master has created a nefarious theme park for our adventurers to fight their way through, collecting loot and silly hats along the way.
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