When role-playing game heroes die, I suspect Puzzle Dungeon is what their hell looks like. Plodding music, 60 progressively tricky puzzles, and a bare-bones presentation, Puzzle Dungeon gives you a glimpse at the unpleasant side of the 16-bit afterlife. Puzzle Dungeon by Robert Lane Category: iOS Games Works With: iPhone Price: $0.99 If you’re familiar […]
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Robot Loves Kitty is the husband and wife team that lived in a treehouse to save money while they ran a Kickstarter project for the game that became Legend of Dungeon. It’s out now on Mac, PC, and Linux, and it’s a brilliant combination of high tech, retro-graphics, and a strong sense of irony, not […]
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SEATTLE, PAX 2013 – Robot Loves Kitty is a husband and wife game development team who used to live in a treehouse to save money. They started a Kickstarter hoping to raise just enough money to buy a decent laptop and a copy of Unity to develop the game. They ultimately raised 650 percent of […]
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Originally released in 1997 by Electronic Arts (EA), Dungeon Keeper was a PC strategy game made by Bullfrog Productions under Peter Molyneux (Fable, Curiosity, Godus). Dungeon Keeper tasks players with building and defending their own evil lair while protecting it from “heroes” who seem bent on stealing treasure and killing all the nice monsters. It’s […]
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Hunted Cow released its new iOS game,Â Battle Dungeon, in the App Store less than a week ago, and the title has already been pulled. Why? Rampant piracy. The number of illegitimate users put such a strain on the game’s servers that Hunted Cow was forced to shut it down.
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I was always a sucker for those first-person dungeon crawlers from the 80s — games like Dungeon Master, The Bard’s Tale and even the first Phantasy Star game for the Sega Master System — so I’m positively drooling over this footage of the upcoming Legend of Grimrock. Sure, it’s footage from the PC version of the game, but it’s coming to iPad too, and should look just about as good. Sadly, though, there’s no release details short of “before the [Read More...]