D’aww! Dungeonland Developers Did Documentary Diary

By Jim Rossignol on November 29th, 2012 at 9:00 am.


Dungeonland developers Critical Studio have take some time out of crafting their rather cute cartoon dungeon-crawling game to tell us about their rather cute cartoon dungeon-crawling game. The premise is that it’s a medieval/fantasy themepark in which you undertake themeparkisations of normal dungeon-crawling activities. Only the themeparkness is a trick, and it’s actually there to allow the Evil Overload to kill of the adventurers! Oh no! This bit sounds interesting: “three players must work as a team to survive their visit to an adventurers’ theme park, where the horrible monsters on duty will challenge their skills in combat. The fourth player, however, will work against them as the park’s fiendish Dungeon-Master.” And our kid Craig had a look at it over here.

You can even sign up to the beta, if you want.

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5 Comments »

  1. Ragabhava says:

    Look at his ear: he’s a vile Elf in disguise! Tries to fool us with this ridiculous device…

  2. Sarkhan Lol says:

    My finger is never leaving that Evil Laugh button.

    Hell, I’ll get one of those bobbing birds to keep spamming it forever.

  3. Zoomalude says:

    You are alliteratively Hitler.

  4. dontnormally says:

    This game should be on Wii U.
    Not that I’ll ever own one, it just seems like exactly the thing.

  5. The Random One says:

    *have taken

    I might not have enjoyed the Evil Bar so much if it was just called something tame like ‘power bar’. No, it’s an evil bar. It measures evil. Evil up and you can evil down on the players.

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