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“EA has a massive hit on its hands… devilishly funny and addictive.” – Inside Mobile Apps

“I’m a big fan of tower-defense-style games, real-time strategy games, and the classic Dungeon Keeper. This follows that formula perfectly.” – VGMarket playtester

DIG. DEVISE. DOMINATE! It’s good to be bad in Dungeon Keeper!

Devilishly smart. Deploy wicked tactics and dominate your enemies! Build the ultimate underground lair and summon diabolical forces to do your bidding. It’s tower defense…without the tower…and a lot more offensive!

From Trolls to Bile Demons, Mistresses, and Warlocks – deploy your army of baddies and unleash special attacks to destroy the competition.

Maximize your defenses to thwart invaders with expertly laid traps and dungeon design. Build rooms like the torture chamber or dark library to give attackers some painful and shocking surprises.

Attack enemy dungeons and plunder their resources. Deploy your forces and face spike traps, cannons, poisonous spores and more. Too many enemies? Turn them into chickens! Master the Hand of Evil™ to unleash devastating spell attacks.

Some minions need more…motivation than others. Slap your Imps to get them working faster.

Form guilds with players from around the world. Your new alliances let you share minions, increase resource generation, and earn exclusive guild achievements.

What more are you waiting for, Keeper? Play the most diabolically fun game on the App Store!

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What’s New

Version 1.8.91

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

• Miscellaneous updates, like resolved translation problems as well as behind-the-scenes improvements for performance and stability

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
1.6K Ratings

1.6K Ratings

Editors’ Choice

A reimagining of the classic 1997 city-builder, Dungeon Keeper challenges you to construct an underground lair, populate it with minions and traps, and then defend against attackers and launch assaults of your own. Polished gameplay and animation—plus humorous dialogue and a flexible design that rewards clever strategic thinking—all make creating an evil fortress a wickedly good time.

Jackth3ripp3r ,

Good game but could use some help

It’s a solid game all around but it could be better if you changed a few layout options. Mainly I believe you should be able to add multiple floors once your dungeon is a high enough level. Perhaps once you reach a certain number of trophies you could have the option to add another level which people would have to fight through before getting down to the heart on the lower levels. This could be done more easily by removing or mitigating the trap upgrades and allowing higher quantities of them to populate the various levels. There should also be a reward for enemy minions killed, the stronger the minion the better the reward. This would help the game appear less like a clash of clans ripoff and more like a world builder.

Chearth ,

Awful cash grab

I have never played the old Dungeon Keepers games. But before I continue on with my statement let me say this, I have never had an experience like the one I'm about to mention, only similar experiences. I haven't touched this game, and I'm not going to, because EA is a company that feed off the tag of "free to play", and then slows the game to a screeching halt and says "buy gems to speed up this 24 our mining process!" This is disgusting, EA took a a series beloved by many, and forced it into a cold hard lifeless shell of what this game once was, I may have no played Dungeon Keeper, but I don't need to play either versions to know... that EA is company that feeds off people's people's childhoods, or at least with this game. And you wanna know what EA seas in response to the overwhelming complaints from fans of the series looking for some update that will fix all the problems, making EA look good, making the, truly good, and making the community happy? They gave a forced apology and sead THIS, "We're sorry to say that we innovated to much. This is disgusting, and EA should be ashamed, and so should anyone who through they're money in the trash to feed this disgusting, awful, cash grabbing game's developers. EA? I have no real problem with most of your stuff, but this, THIS is awful. DO NOT DOWNLOAD THIS GAME

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