Have a great time with your D&D or Pathfinder session!

Endless RPG is a random dungeon and adventure generator for 5th Edition Dungeons and Dragons and 1st Edition Pathfinder roleplaying games.

The Random Dungeon Generator is not a game. It is is a tool for playing pen-and-paper role-playing games alone, in a small group without a dungeon master, or with a dungeon master as either a standalone adventure or an easy way to get into the game.


The two most popular tabletop roleplaying systems are supported. All standard bestiary is included for Pathfinder 1st edition, and D&D support includes the Tomb of Foes and Volo's Guide. These additional monster manuals can be turned on or off in settings, allowing you to customize the dungeon based on the books you own.


The Random Dungeon Generator allows you to explore a randomly-generated dungeon through a fog-of-war discovery system with encounters, traps, tricks and treasures shown as you encounter them. This is perfect for solo play or groups without a dungeon master.


Custom Dungeons allow you to pick the CR level, environment (dungeon, cave, etc.) and enemy (orcs, undead, demons, etc.) and can generate a single level or multiple level dungeons.

You can even email the map to yourself complete with a legend so that you can use the randomly generated dungeon offline or import into third-party software.


As a DM, you have a variety of tools to customize the maps. This includes editing encounters, adding or deleting monsters, editing treasure, adding items, moving traps or setting custom messages for your players, which can allow you to add custom events or traps.


The missions created by Endless RPG can encompass different types of 'dungeons' including caves, ruins, strongholds or the classic dungeon. The missions can also be on a single level or multiple levels mixing and matching the dungeon types, so you can explore a cave that leads to ruins or a stronghold with a dungeon below it.


The DM Mode allows you to email the map of the dungeon level, which can help when trying to use the dungeon in Roll20 or other virtual tabletops or simply playing offline. You can email a legend with the map that will show all encounters, treasures, etc. You can also view the map full screen in order to take a screenshot.


The app aids in keeping track of hit points with characters on the screen while exploring. When encountering creatures, the player has a choice of simply clearing the encounter (the monsters will be considered defeated), utilizing a Quick Combat mode, which is perfect on smartphones or for quick battles with 1 or 2 creatures, or a full Battle Map, which allows a more tactical way of resolving combat.


Players can run through the dungeon as a single character or a party of up to eight characters. A "character" can also include guard dogs, guard bears, or other non-standard creatures.


The app will keep track of the monsters you have killed, including the over experience points and experience points by character. It will also track the treasure (magic items, coins, etc.) you have looted on your adventure.


Art by Raymond E. Gaustadnes (tiles, monsters and pcs), Devin Night and Pioneer Valley Games (misc graphics)

Special Thanks to: Brian Childress, Chris Tollefsen, Dafrca, Dan Lee, Jaime Rivera, Jens Krayborre, John Burke, John J. Matta, Luca Basset, Morgan Collins, Stormraider and Victor Gyllenberg

What’s New

Version 1.18

* Fixed an issue with treasure not spawning when it should on certain map types.

Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

Live Life for God ,

It is what it says it is...

This app does everything it says it will. With that being said, it would be nice to add some variables such as bigger or smaller rooms, but it is random. The selections are for dungeons, do not expect an outdoor area. Yes you can send the map by email, however the bigger the map, the less pixel quality it maintains. Generally this app is pretty good. If you could create a section where the DM could add or remove from the map, that would make this the best app available. I’m glad you added the auto-assign for new characters. This makes the random dungeon creator pop-up automatically.

PetetNels107 ,

Well worth the price (for weird people like me)

I didn’t have very high expectations of this app. I’d never heard of it before finding it in the App Store, but in a most uncharacteristic fashion I decided to give it a chance. I set the bar pretty low: if this app could amuse me for at least an hour, it would have been worth $2.00. It exceeded my expectations.

There are already plenty of fully automated RPG videogames on the market. If you want one of those, I don’t know how you ended up here, because statistically speaking, it’s unbelievably improbable. This app isn’t for you though, literally thousands of other apps are.

If you’re a tabletop RPG addict who is away from his RPing paraphernalia, armed with nothing but a smartphone, but reeeaalllyyy wants a way to satiate your craving to roll dice, use rulebooks, and write on a character sheet, even if you’re all alone, then this app is like instant coffee to a coffee drinker. Yes, you’d prefer Starbucks, but caffeine is caffeine.

To that end, you’ll also need a rule book app or pdf, a dice rolling app, and a character sheet app, which I already have. Moreover troubled individuals may not need a character sheet to know all of their stats... I think I have a problem.

I’m going to stop typing now so I can go back to killing imaginary skeletons and talking to people who don’t exist. At least I don’t have to make up the dungeon layouts and come up with encounters by myself anymore though.

Coyote99901 ,

Good for what it is!

Listen, if you thought this was a game in and of itself, it’s not. This lovely beast is a means by which people can play them some Tabletop RPG (you need paper and dice) without needing someone to run it (DM or GM depending on how you consume this type of game). You have to build your own character! That said, this little monkey is brilliant at setting up a random dungeon that everyone could play and, if you have Apple TV and a projector, everyone could see. While I still like being a DM, this might do for a night off. Would still like to see the ability to scroll the map without moving the character. Otherwise, too marks!

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