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Description

All of important issues are resolved as of version 1.0.4; contact us if you find something else that is not working properly!

Something is rotten in the state of Gravulgar. You are an outsider in search of adventure; equipped with sword, shield and your thrusty pickaxe, you must pave your way through dangerous dungeons and haunted mines to help the king restore the kindgom to its former glory.

-Handcrafted quests and adventures!
-Procedurally generated dungeons and mines
-All kinds of items to help you on your journey
-Customizable controls, you can even play with one hand!
-The inhabitants of Gravulgar have many stories for you to discover

What’s New

Version 1.0.4

Mine's fog of death now working as intended
Fixed baker old lady's and dragon's stories that could become innaccesible due to combination of items
Fixed treasure room's door functionality
Fixed issue when entering a dungeon door
Improved souls gathering for the treasure door, and the pig companion can now gather some for you

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
28 Ratings

28 Ratings

Detroitalan01 ,

Got a sword. Got a pickaxe. Let’s make some money.

This is a fun, pixel art game that can be played in quick bouts or for longer durations. With each new game, it feels like you’re seeing more and more of what D&M has to offer. But, it’s not perfect.

Offering souls to enter a treasure room consistently results in a crash. Sometimes entering/exiting a dungeon results in a crash. The dungeons occasionally have black bars in the playing area that obstruct your view.

The good thing is none of these are game breaking. This is a rogue type. You’ll die a lot. Thankfully, all of your accumulated gold and gear is saved—even when the game crashes. So while you do get set back, you’re still better equipped.

Despite the issues, Dungeons & Miners is worth the price. There are a few bugs. But, it’s not like Baldo which is basically unplayable. It would be nice if you had the ability to select different skins/costumes for your character. He is a bit drab and minimalistic. But, that doesn’t detract from the fun to be had raiding dungeons and mining for ore.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for the kind review! The fixes are already in the current version, have fun.

B.riah ,

Pocket portrait roguelite

I’m really liking it so far, with some caveats that the developer is addressing. The pixel art is gorgeous and evocative, and well animated. The sound design is also extremely good. I like that it’s playable one handed in portrait, though more often I’ll use both hands. The core gameplay loop (enter mines, dig and look for dungeon entrances, delve the dungeon and get treasure until you die and return to town, buy upgrades and repeat) is very compelling.

There’s also some jank around the edges. There have been some crash bugs, some ways to get stuck enough that you have to quit the app to abort a run, etc, many of which bugs are fixed in today’s patch. I’m finding progression to be a challenge due to my limited skill, and also there’s an upgrade material that I just can’t find yet, which is sort of maddening. It’s definitely got me hooked, though, and if a mobile portrait-orientation roguelite with a really compelling presentation is appealing to you, I’d say it’s easily worth the price. Based on the developer’s responsiveness and track record from previous games, I think it’s likely to keep getting better.

Stagnations ,

Bizarre and interesting

This game takes a few common tropes and puts a weird spin on them. It’s weird and unexpected. Once you hit the main game loop, there is enough new things trickling in to keep you interested. It also harvests NO information about you, which is awesome! I’ve hit a number of bugs which prevent this from being a 5-star rating. You can very easily clip through walls. I’ve had one crash and one soft lock. And the UI has not been adapted to fit the notch on this iphone, making me guess how much health and gold I actually have.

Developer Response ,

Version 1.0.2 should improve and fix a lot of things, and thanks for your nice review!

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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