***Cross platform saves! Play the same Kingdom on any device!***
Desktop Dungeons, the award-winning unique puzzle roguelike makes its debut on iOS! Fight your way through randomly generated dungeons, collect spells, items, and loot to defeat the dungeon boss and earn gold to upgrade your Kingdom. Unlock new classes to play as, useful items to discover, capricious gods to worship, and enemies to fight. All in service of the almighty bottom line and saving your Kingdom from peril.
Desktop Dungeons packs all the challenge and reward of a dungeon crawling roguelike game into bite sized chunks of puzzle goodness. Take an Elf Warlord through the Venture Cave, defeat Aequitas the Warlock and sell his beard to your Taxidermist to afford an upgrade to your Blacksmith. Or, spend time in the game's extensive puzzles trying to understand exactly what worshipping Taurog is all about.
-Randomly generated single-screen dungeons offer bite sized adventure.
-Explore new terrain to regenerate your health and mana, INNOVATION!
-20 Classes to play as and unlock, including the new Chemist and Rat Monarch!
-7 Races that combine uniquely with the Classes, each playing differently.
-Upgrade your Kingdom to unlock items and preparations to start your dungeon runs with.
-Loads of quests and puzzles to keep you entertained for hundreds of hours.
-Compete with your friends in the new Daily Dungeon.
-Music by the power duo of Danny Baranowsky (Super Meat Boy, Binding of Isaac) and Grant Kirkhope (Banjo Kazooie, Goldeneye 64)
-The full Desktop Dungeons experience, optimized for touch screen.
"If you're looking for a roguelike with a cheeky swagger, and enough content to lose yourself in, then this should be at the top of your list." - PocketGamer (9/10)
"Desktop Dungeons is brilliant. It is so incredibly simple, and so incredibly basic, and yet it is brilliant." - GameZebo (4.5/5)
"Desktop Dungeons has made a pretty great effort to port their game to the iOS world, and it packs a lot of replay and problem solving into this app." - TouchArcade (4/5)
Desktop Dungeons won the award for Excellence in Design at the 2011 Independent Games Festival, where it was also a Grand Prize nominee.
Adding support for new content from other places to play Desktop Dungeons, fixing some bugs and paving the way for potential localization in the future. Happy New Year everyone!
* The Goat Glade no longer disappears in Kingdoms loaded from accounts that purchased the DLC on other platforms.
* Fixed bug that could cause stairs to lead to the incorrect realm in the Cursed Oasis.
* Fixed bug preventing Daily Dungeon Diligence rewards not being paid out on losses.
* Burning damage is no longer applied twice when knocking burning enemies into walls.
* Fixed bug with Daily Dungeon leaderboards losing popup text in certain situations.
* Revenants can no longer be moved underneath enemies petrified by the Gorgon.
* Half Dragons now kill magic damage immune plants if they knock them back twice, no more Tikki Tooki piety farming.
Ratings and Reviews
Hard game, good content
If you like challenging games with a lot of depth this one is for you. There is no difficulty sliding scale and the only difficulty option is hard. If you like a challenge this is perfect. If you're like me and don't like to have to think too hard when gaming you may not like this as much.
I like this game very much. It is a mix of a rogue-like and a puzzle game. The amount of content in Desktop Dungeons is very high: there is a lot of choicess regarding classes, races, dungeons are randomly generated, you have a wide selection of items you can take to a dungeon, there are also many unique deities to help you or make your quest harder. This game is a rather deep game despite the fact that you can play it on the go. It is easy to learn and hard to master. I strongly recommend this title.
Great but needs tweaks
It's a unique VERY fun game. But I can't give it 5 stars for two big reasons. One is the polish. For a $10 game port? You need to put some polish into it. I know $10 bucks isn't a lot. But for iOS world? It's a top $ price. And for that $10 the game should be Retina. And second the rotating. A game in 2015 on the App Store for $10 needs to allow this. So all in all I would buy it again even with these flaws. But 5 stars to me is near perfect. 4 is very good. Fix the Retina and rotating and it's 5 stars.
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