Dungeonland—a cooperative action game that sends three players to a theme park made specifically for heroic adventurers—has new features for the brave gamer. It now features an achievement-style Star System and Infinite Dungeon mode (a never-ending level that challenges visitors to keep fighting and looting until they die), and it’s now available on the Mac.
You can play as the rogue, the warrior, or the mage and work together as a team to get past the evil overseer of this tragic kingdom: the Dungeon Maestro. Or, you can take on the role of the Dungeon Maestro and wreak havoc on your friends with killer rabbits, drop some exploding frogs in their path, or whip up a giant fan and blow them all away.
- Strategic Co-op Gameplay — Utilize each character’s unique skills and weapons, combine their special powers to form all new attacks, or just plain hack and slash your way through this treacherous theme park.
- Competitive Multiplayer — Play as the Dungeon Maestro himself and unleash evil on your friends. Summon your minion to thwart the heroes, conjure spells or take control of a boss monster and get in the action yourself. Then push the Evil Laugh button and let your sinister cackle reverberate throughout the land.
- Replayability — The DM AI randomizes monsters, treasures and dangers each session to create a unique experience; player choice in equipping items creates endless combinations for more variety.
- Colorful Game World — Four different theme park environments to explore, each with its own unique attractions. Don’t forget to visit the gift shop on the way out. The prices are to die for…
- Prepare to DIE — Dungeonland is a dangerous place; making your way past its deadliest attractions will be an extreme challenge. Only the hardiest of heroes need apply.
- Infinite Dungeon Mode — Why must dungeons end while heroes endure? Dungeon Maestro’s latest design solves this basic problem. Infinite gameplay in randomly-generated dungeons. How far can you go before you die?
The minimum system requirements for the Mac version of Dungeonland are OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard, a dual core 2.6 GHz x86, 4 GB RAM, 4 GB hard disk space, and a OpenGL 2.1 compatible card with 512 MB (minimum Nvidia GeForce 8000 or AMD Radeon HD 2000).
Dungeonland’s web site has more information, and if you’d like to see Dungeonland in action, Paradox Interactive has a TwitchTV channel where they explain the new features and you can see them in action.
If you’d like to buy it, Steam has a 50% sale until May 27th. That brings the price down to $4.99 from the usual price of $9.99, and the price of the Dungeon Maestro Grimoire Pack DLC down to $1.49 from the usual $2.99.