Dungeon Village 2 12+

Kairosoft Co.,Ltd

Designed for iPad

    • #9 in Role Playing
    • 4.7 • 222 Ratings
    • $2.99

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Description

A new legend begins here!

Build and manage a town in grasslands, snow fields, even in the underworld! Set up inns, weapon stores, and more to convince adventurers to come visit.

Use items and equipment to power up your adventurers and help them get more gold and experience from their quests. Be on the lookout for new dungeons to explore and new monsters to fight!

Need help attracting adventurers? Try building new facilities, selling new kinds of food, or improving the local area to earn Titles. Keep experimenting, and you might stumble on some rare awards...

As your town develops and becomes more popular, adventurers won't just visit, but move in for good!
The enemy roster from the previous game has been expanded with a host of quirky new monsters to fight.

Play your cards right, and some monsters will become friendly and join you! Give them snacks, keep them happy, and they'll become valuable allies on your quests. Explore more and more of the world map to unlock new areas.

Feel like a fresh start? Move your town to a different region to discover unseen monsters and bold new adventurers.

Rise through the ranks and create the greatest town the kingdom has ever seen!

Zoom in or adjust the screen size with touch controls.

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What’s New

Version 1.33

Supports all 10 languages including English.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
222 Ratings

222 Ratings

JonnyoHatchet ,

Help I Can’t Stop Playing

Everything about this game is rewarding and fun.

You are the mayor of a fantasy village. You’ll host adventurers who need an Inn, Weapon Shop etc, on their way to kill monsters on the outskirts of town, explore dungeons, and take down bosses. Give them gifts to increase their satisfaction, and they may just ask to move in.

As you learn to play, the game rewards you for exploring new features. There’s no deadline, and you can’t really do anything wrong. Buying this game is well worth the money because there are no pay-to-get-more features, and everything is straightforward and streamlined.

Rhyseℓ ,

IT DIDN’T SAVE

I would have enjoyed playing this game, EXCEPT for the fact that it didn’t save my progress! I was constantly clicking the “Save” button as my town progressed, and it gave me the message indicting that it had been saved successfully. I got to work arranging my town and buildings until everything was just perfect, and then I saved one final time and closed the app. But when I opened the app again later, my buildings were not there! Confused, I began placing them again as before. Then an event that I had previously played through, and completed its quest triggered as if it were the first time. Please note: I am NOT mistaking it for the reoccurring events that pop up periodically as you play. No, this was a tutorial explanation and a quest I had previously already completed! THE GAME HAD NOT SAVED MY (recent) PROGRESS!! And this exact same issue keeps happening. It’s not just a fluke, every time I log in, the game always sets me back a good 30 minutes of play (oftentimes, MORE than 30 minutes), and it is absolutely infuriating!😤
FIX. THIS. NOW.

Parafireball7 ,

Fun, but somewhat unbalanced game that quickly becomes burdensome

This was a great game to start, but as the game progressed, it started to become very apparent now unbalanced the game was. Your adventurers go and fight monsters and get exp., but this only leads to relatively minor stat boosts compared to blasting them with items. It’s fun to play around with class swapping and unlocking more powerful classes, but it never felt like there was any rhyme or reason to any sort of difficulty progression. Also, as the game develops, you get utterly bombarded with popup notifications- and at that point in the game, you really don’t care if your traits are going up or your population went up another 100 points or you earned another medal. It’s just constant clicking to make these updates go away. Overall, it’s still worth its price point, it just have the longevity that made me want to keep playing past the first week.

App Privacy

The developer, Kairosoft Co.,Ltd, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.

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