From the creators of The Quest:
Dungeoned is a funny little dungeon crawler game with some action, puzzle and role playing elements. From level to level, through various dungeons and other places, you must find and activate the exit which leads to the next level.
Each dungeon needs a certain number of gold coins to reveal its exit. But beware: monsters, traps, logical puzzles and even an enemy with the same goal as yours will stand in your way.
You must get as much gold as you can and find the exit before the enemy does. With the remaining gold you can buy better weapons, armor, spells or potions in the shop which will always await you after you have completed a dungeon.
Gameplay video: youtube.com/users/RedshiftHU
- Updated to 64 bit.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
To use a cliche, this is "a hidden gem."
Dungeoned is what you get if an RPG and The Adventures of Lolo had a baby, and as a result is a lot of fun. The gameplay is well described, so I won't cover that. What I will cover though, is how fun this is and how much potential it has. Not only is it great now, the devs are really devoted to making it even better.
In short: Get it.
Could be 5 stars if d-pad was fixed
Dungeoned is quite the departure from Hungarian developer Redshift's usual work, which is the fantastic throwback iOS RPG series, The Quest. Dungeoned is a quaint, likable action-based puzzler and has all the elements to draw you in: funny, whimsical music; throwback visuals; cute art design; and interesting, fun environmental puzzles to solve; plus the game includes an upgrade system (a nod to The Quest-like RPG elements). However, the plodding crawl of your main character is further hampered by the ridiculously-implemented d-pad. While it feels responsive, this may not be the case: the four directional buttons are spread so far apart, it FEELS unresponsive b/c half the time your thumb inputs go unrecognized. Seeing as how the last update for this game was last year October 25, 2010, it's a good bet that Redshift has probably abandoned this game (duly perhaps due to the low scores in comparison to The Quest). If they fixed the d-pad, I'd give this game at least 4 if not 5 stars.
I was shocked how much I enjoyed this game after reading the reviews it has been one of the best games I have on my phone, it was free and none of the levels are impossible I would love to buy a expansion pack with a deeper story. If you like old school nintendo Zelda like games you will enjoy this one.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.