The Dungeons of Evermore combines the easy accessibility of board-based role-playing games like Wrath of Ashardalon and Descent: Journeys in The Dark with the complexity of the computer-based role-playing game, creating a game that is simple to understand, easy to pick up and play, and yet challenging.
Dungeons of Evermore Features:
* A party based system allowing up to 4 characters in the party
* 5 different classes (warrior, adventurer, priest, mage and bard) and 5 different races
* Randomly generated dungeons with a difficulty level based on the number of characters in the party, so you can adventure solo, as a duo or as a full party
* Multiple mission types to keep you on your toes
Dungeons of Evermore combines rogue-like elements with a full party experience, balancing traditional rogue-like features such as permanent death with the ability to bandage your fallen comrade if you can get to him in time. The dungeon also offers a means of escape, so if your party is beaten back, you can run for the exit. This creates both a challenge and a level of excitement.
Note: The public domain tilesets used in Dungeons of Evermore come from the RLTiles collection. Additional graphics come from Antifarea, William.Thompsonj, Redshrike, XCVG, Justin, Nichol and Liosan from opengameart.org and Ayene-chan from DeviantArt. Some of the sounds used come from www.freesfx.co.uk, including sounds by qudobup,.
* Updated Graphics
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Great time, just rush-hour random events
I've been a fan and thought I'd give this a try. No rogue? Cool! Five races, six classes, and a jump-right in play style. Random events aren't quite annoying, but in a quick crawl I've been lightninged, earthquaked, and had snakes and rogues ambush me, even dropping from the ceiling. The escape option is intriguing too. Well worth the price. Glad to support and indie developer.
Ok game when it works - good luck there
When it works you have some neat options to pick a character and class and explore dungeons. Surviving events is a good challenge in character management.
However, there are a lot of bugs. Many times Identify doesn't work and returns Null. Then, the game freezes. Since it picks up where you left off even after a force stop, and it is permanent death for characters, the only way to unfreeze the game is to uninstall it and start over. It is highly frustrating when you have several high level characters. To make it worse, I emailed app support with details and screen shots yet received no reply, no response, and there have been no updates.
Thoroughly enjoyed it, the small price was well worth the many hours it has kept me entertained.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.