Dungeon League party game gets full launch

dungeon league party game gets full launch for linux mac windows

Dungeon League a dungeon crawling party game that has a full launch for Linux, Mac and Windows. Since developer, Achebit released the game on Early Access back in July 2015. Spending over three years in development and now available on Steam and Humble Store.

Dungeon League release was planed for 2016. But that’s what it takes to creation an impressive dungeon crawling party game. One that also spews out mayhem in 10 minutes of chaotic, multiplayer, party-game action. Since up to four players can take to the procedurally generated dungeon to battle each other. Seeing there are hordes of enemies, this series of two minute rounds pulled at random.

So these range from quests such as Deathmatch, Capture the Flag or Witch’s Eye. The first to claim three rounds is crowned the Champion of the Dungeon League.

In between rounds, the heroes rapidly level up based on how well they performed in the dungeon. Spending skill points on unlocking new spells and abilities. They can also blow all their gold on magical items from the shop.

Dungeon League party game Release Trailer (Linux, Mac, Windows)

Features:

  • Local multiplayer dungeon crawling party game
  • Quick fire tournaments consisting of two minute rounds
  • Rapidly level up your character between rounds
  • All the RPG tropes – warriors, rogues, wizards, goblins, dwarves, unicorns!

Prior to the Early Access release in 2015. Dungeon League was in development for over a year with extensive testing at events. So Achebit and Surprise Attack Games can bring a highly polished slice of the game to Early Access. While they work to build a larger community, gather feedback to balance with player-input on new content.

Full Launch:

The full release for Dungeon League is available on Steam and Humble Store. Priced at $14.99 USD for Linux, Mac and Windows.

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