DungeonLand

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  • Dungeonland: shop

    Dungeonland: shop
    Players earn gold coins while playing as either the heroes or as the Dungeon Master. Use these coins at the shop to unlock new ski...
    Dungeonland: shop

    Dungeonland: maestro

    Dungeonland: maestro
    Dungeon Maestro mode is what sets this game apart from similar titles. 3 players have a chance to play against a dungeon master an...
    Dungeonland: maestro

    Dungeonland: cards

    Dungeonland: cards
    The dungeon maestro is giving a pool of cards to use on the poor victims. I mean heroes! New cards will appear at the beginning of...
    Dungeonland: cards

    Dungeonland: stats

    Dungeonland: stats
    After a game, both the players and dungeon master can see their match stats. Including the ever imortant 'evil laughs per minute'....
    Dungeonland: stats
  • Dungeonland: stage

    Dungeonland: stage
    Cross the green banner to enter the next stage. You will not be able to advance until killing all monster spawners!...
    Dungeonland: stage

    Dungeonland: down

    Dungeonland: down
    You have 10 seconds to save a downed hero. After that, the player will die and respawn. The adventurers only start with 3 extra li...
    Dungeonland: down

DungeonLand Gameplay

DungeonLand Gameplay
Overview

DungeonLand, developed by Critical Studio and published by Paradox Interactive, is a fantasy co-op online RPG. Single player mode is also available but DungeonLand is most fun and rewarding when played in a team. The challenges are greater and the loot is better too. DungeonLand supports multiplayer mode as well. Players group up and start their DungeonLand journey. DungeonLand adventures take place in a fictional theme park. This park was built by a criminal mastermind (the Dungeon Maestro). The ultimate goal is defeating the Dungeon Maestro. DungeonLand world is filled with funny but dangerous creatures. Heroes must watch out for killer bunnies or exploding frogs. There are traps that can slow you down or even kill you. DungeonLand theme park is divided into multiple zones. Each one has a different environment and unique mobs.

There are 3 playable DungeonLand classes. The Mage is a spell caster. The Warrior equips heavy armor. The Rogue has deadly fast attacks. DungeonLand doesn’t have a best class. Each class has its weaknesses. These disadvantages can be balanced only by playing in a team. The Warrior and Rogue do melee damage while the Mage blasts enemies from distance. All 3 DungeonLand classes have their own special abilities and attacks. New spells can be obtained by mixing special powers. Each DungeonLand class favors certain weapons. There are also lots of types of equipment. Items have different stats. Players need to learn which stats are best for their class. After defeating DungeonLand mobs and completing quests, players receive XP and level up. The best gear is unlocked at higher levels. DungeonLand has randomized content. This feature is characteristic to hack and slash RPG Games. Every time players enter a game area, the game engine randomizes environment, mobs and loot. DungeonLand is one of those games that can be played by both hardcore and casual players. It can be finished just by hacking and slashing your way through but it also has encounters that require strategic planning.

The DungeonLand multiplayer mode requires one player to become the evil boss himself. He or she can call minions to attack the other players, cast powerful spells or jump in action by controlling mini bosses. Because all villains complete their twisted actions with a diabolical laugh, the player that becomes the Dungeon Maestro gains a spell called “evil laugh”. DungeonLand doesn’t support massive player interaction like MMORPG games but it has really nice co-op gameplay. Players can form teams of maximum 3 members when playing co-op. Multiplayer mode allows 4 players. DungeonLand 2.5D graphics are cartoonish and colorful.

By Rachel Rosen

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