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Red Winter Software
Dungelot: Shattered Lands takes you on an epic roguelike dungeon-crawler adventure to defeat zombie cows, splat giant evil mushrooms, and generally get back home in one piece. Deceptively simple, ever so addictive. Developed by Red Winter, a two man studio based in Russia, Dungelot: Shattered Lands is the third part in the popular series, and tasked the player with traversing randomly-generated dungeons, smashing enemies in the face and hunting for the keys that will allow you to venture even further. Dungelot originally became a cult hit thanks to its addictive "just one more go" feel, and with Shattered Lands, the Dungelot formula has now been fully realized. Dungelot: Shattered Lands will feature dozens of hours of content, with three worlds to explore, hundreds of items, spells and enemies, and epic boss battles that will burn your face off. Watch out for the game in early 2016.
Dungelot: Shattered lands is more than you see at first sight. . . and then again not. It's a simple little game that's really addictive.
I bought the game because I thought you could play a few rounds if you don't know what... else to play but that was wrong. The first dungeon has 6 lvls. . . the last one has 50! You can save at any time to continue later but you can forget that. Anyway, I couldn't tear myself away from it, except in the Endless Dungeon. . . Well, thank god. . . otherwise I wouldn't have starved to death in the dungeon but in front of the pc. The degree of difficulty increases at a very pleasant pace but it never becomes too easy. very pleasant music and graphics.
Seevery inspired by Warcraft xD those who know reign of chaos will immediately notice the mouse hands ;)
All in all I have only experienced positive things with the game so far. Except the addictive factor. . . you can argue about that.
Dungeon crawler fans should definitely try it.
-- 19 game hours so far --
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