Desktop Dungeons is a quick-play roguelike puzzle game that gives you roughly 10 minutes of dungeon-crawling action per serving. It straddles the casual and hardcore boundary in that, while you might die frequently because the game is tricky and unforgiving, it’s so approachable and quick to get into that you keep wanting just one more...
Data de lançamento: 7 Nov 2013
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Now available for Linux!

13 maio 2014

Desktop Dungeons brings goats and penguins together as it the award-winning puzzle roguelike heads to Linux. Tell your friends, tell your enemies, but do NOT tell your strangely dangerous farm animals. That would be a bad idea.

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Desktop Dungeons Update

10 março 2014

Added fullscreen filtering options to alleviate complaints of blurriness.
Fixed some issues with specific Steam Achievements not unlocking.
Laid groundwork for future interop with Linux and mobile versions.

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“... a creative, rewarding and utterly addictive game that will keep you raiding goblin lairs until the small hours.”
4.5/5 – USgamer

“There are eight puzzles about pushing trolls.”
9/10 – Objective Game Reviews

“... as well-balanced as God’s own see-saw, and as unforgiving as the fast food jobsworth faced with someone ordering a breakfast muffin at 12.01”
Rock, Paper, Shotgun

Edição especial

The Desktop Dungeons pre-order Special Edition lives on! Except now you can regale non-Special-Edition owners with the exploits of the Goatperson and your explorations of the additional Triple Quests while listening to the dulcet tones of the Desktop Dungeons Soundtrack.

That's right, all of Desktop Dungeons in one friendly package. For less:

  • Desktop Dungeons
  • Desktop Dungeons Goatperson DLC
  • Desktop Dungeons Soundtrack

Sobre o jogo

Desktop Dungeons is a quick-play roguelike puzzle game that gives you roughly 10 minutes of dungeon-crawling action per serving. It straddles the casual and hardcore boundary in that, while you might die frequently because the game is tricky and unforgiving, it’s so approachable and quick to get into that you keep wanting just one more round.

  • The perfect coffee-break game
  • Fight your way through fantasy dungeons in 10 minutes or less. We’re busy people too.
  • Prize-winning awesomeness (13th Annual IGF Awards)
  • Classic roguelike play re-imagined as a unique single-screen puzzle game sort of thing! Reviewers have a hard time with genres.
  • 6 hours of gameplay? Try 6 billion.
  • Randomly generated dungeons are different every time you play. Build your Kingdom to unlock hordes of new classes, races and challenges.
  • Amazing soundtrack by the improbably astounding team of Danny Baranowsky and Grant Kirkhope.

Requisitos do sistema – PC

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: 1.2GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: any Direct3D 9 card
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 350 MB available space

Requisitos do sistema – Mac

    Minimum:
    • OS: OSX Lion
    • Processor: 1.2GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: any Direct3D 9 card
    • Hard Drive: 350 MB available space

Requisitos do sistema - Linux

    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu
    • Processor: 1.2GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: any Direct3D 9 card
    • Hard Drive: 350 MB available space
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6 de 6 pessoas (100%) acharam esta análise útil
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Ótimo jogo! Ele se mostra desafiador logo após os tutoriais, exigindo pensamento lógico e paciência de quem joga. O mais interessante desse excelente jogo é a possibilidade de sicronizar seu save na núvem e jogá-lo tanto no windows, linux ou mesmo no browser. Só abrir o site do jogo e você continua sua aventura em qualquer local, bem legal. O desenvolvedor planeja adicionar mais plataformas, ios e android. Recomendo fortemente! ;D
Publicada: 16 maio 2014
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Damn hard. That's what Desktop Dungeons is. Even the easiest dungeons take many tries to finish. This game mixes basic RPG elements with roguelike quests/levels. If you die while trying to complete a quest you have to start all over again. Now, many of the battles (at least in the beginning) can be finished within minutes, provided you know exactly what to do. Completing quests earns you money to unlock and upgrade new classes, and of course, this will unlock new quests for you. All of this should make the game a little easier.

But the game might just be a bit too hard because I couldn't even complete 3 quests. And while I still had a good time playing it (mainly because of the short levels) I think the game isn't always well balanced. It requires dedication and effort, -two characteristics I actually possess- but if you have the feeling that you aren't making any progress it's time to quit.

Still, a very good and fun game, once and if it clicks, but beware of the difficulty (spikes).

[Rating: 72/100]
Publicada: 2 março 2014
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Desktop Dungeons is a simple game like chess, easy to figure out and goals are very clear, however just like chess mastery of this game could take a vast amount of time.

Its also got goats, you like goats right?
Publicada: 13 maio 2014
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Desktop Dungeons is not a roguelike and never should have been advertised as one. This is really DRoD (Deadly Rooms of Death) with randomized levels. Each dungeon map plays more like a Eurogame-style board game than a dungeon hackfest. Also, characters are not persisted between quests. Each dungeon starts with a template character at 1st level. You must defeat enemies, acquire items, and explore the fixed-size map in just the right sequence. Kill a weaker enemy too soon, find an item too late, or spend too many potions on a stronger enemy, and you won't have the resources to beat the final boss. You don't so much "die" as "end up in an unwinnable situation and have to restart". If this is the experience you want, then enjoy. But let's stop tagging this as a roguelike because that is totally misleading.
Publicada: 11 maio 2014
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I met the Devs at GamesCom 2014. Around noon on Friday they sat me down in front of a PC and had me try the game - apparently I did well (I looked at the goblin before attacking it and noticed it had first strike). After a merry but short romp through the introduction dungeon, which ended with a green blob of slime eating my poor adventurer, I went on to explore the rest of the Indie Megabooth. Friday night though, before I went to sleep, I knew there was a bit of unfinished business: I bought the game, and not just because the developers are great guys (but that too).

The game delivers what it promisses: bite sized adventures you can play during a break. The other day I had 15 minutes to spare: 10 of those were used by a berserker clearing a swamp of monsters.
It may look like a simple game, but it has a suprising amound of depth, with many abilities, items and other things that lead to multiple ways to tackle dungeons and may have you adapting your strategy based on what you encounter.
And there is a lot to encounter. Just when you think you have seen all the races, seen all the classes, you find one more. Then you check the journal and see just how much you haven't seen yet (I found it more fun not to check how much I am missing so as not to spoil the pleasure of finding something new).

But how do you play? Simple: you select a dungeon to explore and write an adventuring permit. The permit is the "character creation" process of that dungeon. For example it could say: To [dungeon name], For Generic Adventuring, Race: Human, Class: Warrior, Equipment: starting adventurer's kit. Then you would play the dungeon with a simple lvl 1 human warrior.
As the game progresses you unlock more races, classes and can provide better starting equipment and other bonuses, making each run unique.

So what are you waiting for? Your kingdom needs you! Oh, you need a permit? To: Unnamed Desktop Dungeon Kingdom, For: Kingdom Administration, Race: Human, Class: Gamer. There you go, your permit to play the game.
And yes, the alpha version is available for free to try out :)
Publicada: 23 agosto 2014
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IGF 2011 Winner - Excellence in Design


IndieCade 2011 Finalist