Dungeons 3 Lord of the Kings DLC launches for Linux, Mac and Windows.
So you would think that bringing the most terrifying army the world. Such seen to Fairyland in Once Upon a Time and to a tropical paradise in Evil of the Caribbean would be enough. Not for the Dungeon Lord! Kalypso Media is eager to announce (with a sinister cackle) that its highly acclaimed dungeon management si, Dungeons 3. While not releasing its third and final DLC pack – Lord of the Kings. The base game also has a rating of Overwhelmingly Positive on Steam reviews.
After the events of the Evil of the Caribbean DLC pack. The Now-Slightly-Sunburnt Evil has decided that it’s time for his army to pack up their towels. So now leaving the beaches of Turtoga in a much worse state than they found it. Now they go and fight the
good bad fight in an all-new royal adventure.
The great King Arcturus has returned from his recent quest. After visiting the Holy Grail to find that someone has devastated his city of Stormbreeze. Along with the rest of the kingdom. He immediately set about recapturing the lands. But hasn’t counted for the Always-Has-The-Last-Laugh Evil. Hey, everyone make mistakes.
The great King Arcturus returns from his quest with the Holy Grail in tow, only to find out that someone has devastated his city of Stormbreeze (and the rest of the kingdom). He immediately set about recapturing the lands, but he hadn’t reckoned with the Always-Has-The-Last-Laugh Evil.
Although the player initially helps King Arcturus. They soon return to side of Evil where. With the help of some converted heroes, they wipe the floor with him.
Lord of the Kings Features:
- 3 Campaign maps with audio
- Including 3 new Evil hubs
- New Boss enemy: King Arcturus
- New Wall Tile Set for the Dungeon
In a sickeningly good-natured turn of pace, players will start out helping King Arcturus, but don’t count on that lasting for too long. Remember, nice guys finish last – especially when the Absolute Evil is involved!
The DLC launches on Steam, GOG and Humble:
Priced at $4.99 USD and available now on Linux, Mac, Windows worldwide via Steam, GOG and Humble Store. The Lord of the Kings DLC pack includes three new campaign maps, three evil hubs, a new boss enemy and a new wall tile set. Adding some ruthless style to the Absolute Evil’s dungeon.