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The updating Evil has released a new update for Dungeons 3.

  • A new Sandbox map called ‘Dungeon Madness’ has been added free of charge.

  • Fixed a bug with the “The Storming of Dollaran” mission, where Crowley was not taking any damage when being pushed back.
  • Fixed a missing narrator dialogue when discovering the underground hero room in the “The Battle of Steelsmith” mission.
  • Fixed a bug with the “The Prince of Hell” mission, where sacrifices disappeared, if picked up while holding a defeated hero.
  • Fixed a bug, where the shield generator buff did not fade when the heroes left the associated underground base.
  • Fixed a bug, where the ‘Automatic Drum’ was already active before it was actually build.
  • Fixed a bug in Skirmish mode, where initially locked researches got unlocked after save/load.
  • Fixed minor glitches for the client lobby UI.
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Trine 4, Earthlock 2 and the tantalizingly titled Spacebase Startopia are among a list of thirty games being co-funded by the EU Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). While I’m not familiar with too many of the studios, and the titles for most of these games mean very little, it’s good to see Frozenbyte planning on continuing their visually delicious Trine series.

Among the titles listed, the game that most catches my attention here is Spacebase Startopia, being developed by Realmforge Studios, creators of the Dungeon Keeper-inspired Dungeons. While just speculation, a successor to Mucky Foot’s underrated space manage ’em up would make sense. Fingers crossed, as it would be in keeping with the studio’s Bullfrog-adjacent approach recently.


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The Updating Evil strikes again!
We have applied version 1.5.3 aiming at three community-reported bugs:

  • We have fixed a problem with certain spawn events not spawning units, most importantly a caravan in 'The End of Burgers' End'-level.
  • We have fixed Japanese font sheets.
    Note: a very few less important texts are displayed in English instead of Japanese.
  • Additionally we have fixed 'Clash of Gods' skirmish savegames to lose features after being loaded.
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Clash of Gods DLC Pack for Dungeons 3 Hits PC, PlayStation®4 and Xbox One Today

he Absolute Evil is sitting pretty after thoroughly deposing Tanos during the events of Lord of the Kings. Victory and peace never lasts for long in the world of Dungeons 3, and the pesky Goddess of Light has surfaced for one final, titanic battle. Can’t we all just live in darkness and evil?

Kalypso Media is howling with delight as it unleashes the latest expansion pack for acclaimed dungeon management sim, Dungeons 3 - Clash of Gods. Check out the new gameplay trailer for a preview of the coming battle between light and dark.

The Clash of Gods DLC pack comes with eight new campaign missions, a new co-op multiplayer mode (after all, pillaging is much more fun with a fellow villain), two new antagonists that will test Absolute Evil’s mettle, three new dastardly traps and spells, and new outposts to fortify your defenses. But watch out, invading heroes can now also set up their own outposts in the name of the Goddess of Light!

Clash of Gods is the ultimate battle between light and dark.
Can the Goddess of Light avenge Tanos’ defeat, or will evil finally conquer all?
There’s only one way to find out...



Additionally, be aware that we have released free Update 1.5.2 already, which comes with a new sandbox map and more.
Find more details about the new and free update here:
Dungeons 3 - Unerde

The updating Evil has released a new update for Dungeons 3.

  • A new Sandbox map called 'Crowley's March', featuring additional all-new gameplay mechanics, has been added free of charge.
  • Added new ‘Diabolical’ difficulty mode for Skirmish maps.

  • Dungeon creeps now have other goals and targets besides attacking the dungeon heart.
  • Doors now have health bars.
  • Players can now blacklist random researches in Skirmish mode.
  • Players can now select different wall tile sets for their dungeon in Skirmish mode.

  • Fixed several localisation issues.
  • Fixed several gameplay mechanics and AI bugs.
  • Fixed a problem with the scroll storage showing incorrect numbers in the research menu.
  • Fixed Ironhide beds being displayed as Orc beds after loading a game.
  • The Crypta room will now visually indicate that there’s a problem if there is no workstation in place.
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Lord of the Kings DLC makes a royal entrance on PC, PlayStation®4 and Xbox One

You’d think that bringing the most terrifying army the world has ever seen to Fairyland in Once Upon a Time and to a tropical paradise in Evil of the Caribbean would be enough, right? Not for the Dungeon Lord! Kalypso media is excited to announce (with a sinister cackle) that its highly acclaimed dungeon management sim, Dungeons 3 has today received its third and final DLC pack – Lord of the Kings!

After the events of the Evil of the Caribbean DLC pack, the Now-Slightly-Sunburnt Evil has decided that it’s time for his army pack up their towels and leave the beaches of Turtoga in a much worse state than they found it to go and fight the good bad fight in an all-new royal adventure! The great King Arcturus has returned from his recent quest with the Holy Grail in tow, only to find out that someone has devastated his city of Stormbreeze, along with the rest of the kingdom. He immediately set about recapturing the lands, but hasn’t counted for the Always-Has-The-Last-Laugh Evil. Hey, we all make mistakes.

In a sickeningly good-natured turn of pace, players will start out helping King Arcturus, but don’t count on that lasting for too long. Remember, nice guys finish last – especially when the Absolute Evil is involved!

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Dungeons Lords!
The Ultimate Evil just released an update!
Find more details below:
  • Several difficulty and balancing tweaks to DLC missions
  • Added Czech language support for DLC
  • Fixed issue with “Lifesaver” achievement
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The Absolute Evil sets sail in ‘Evil of the Caribbean’
on PC, PlayStation®4 and Xbox One

Following on from the shenanigans of Fairyland in Once Upon a Time, the Absolute Evil has unleashed a second DLC pack for acclaimed dungeon management sim, Dungeons 3.
Available now for PC, PlayStation®4 and Xbox One, Evil of the Caribbean transports you to the not-so-peaceful sandy beaches of Turtoga, where you will be able to partake in all your favourite holiday indulgences; like souvenirs (capturing hapless heroes counts, right?), gambling, and taking in the local wildlife! The natives called it Cthollho, or Kertooloo maybe…something like that.

The Evil of the Caribbean DLC offers a new, fully-voiced campaign across three challenging new maps, as well as three new evil hubs, a new wall tile set for your dungeon and a spiffy new pirate outfit for Thalya.


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Dungeons Lords!

The Ultimate Evil just released an update!
Find more details below:

Bugfixes and changes for DLC 'Once upon a time'
We have fixed a problem with wall segments, which disappeared once the dungeon layout became more complex.
  • The visual look of gold and mana in dungeon walls has been fixed and improved.
  • In the level 'Once Upon a Time', we have fixed some problems with mission goal countdowns, which ran down to 0, but did not advance or end the game.
  • In the level 'Fog and Sheep', we fixed some heroes that were resistant to the sheep transformation.
  • Also in the level 'Fog and Sheep', we have we have fixed a bug that caused Thalya dying during the outro.
  • In the level 'Kamikaze Sheep', we added additional text to make it clear that the objective "Kill the 7 Dwarves" is a bonus objective and not needed to win the game.

Fixes and Changes for the main game
  • On the skirmish map 'Playground', Elrics are now allowed to use their skills.
  • The skirmish map 'Playground' has received new savegame graphics.
  • On the skirmish map 'Playground' we have fixed the problem in co-op mode, where one hand picks something from the unlimited resource rooms, while the other hand picks up something else.
  • In the campaign mission 'The Ashspring Swamplands' we have fixed some collisions with graves.
  • In the campaign mission 'The End of Yaina Overproud', the Portals will no longer attack Snots.
  • In the campaign mission 'The Storming of Dollaran', we have improved the visuals of the effect circle around your favourite Demon ‘Crowley’.
  • In the campaign mission 'Two Sides of the Medal', we have fixed the city shield protection.
  • In the campaign mission 'Ups and Downs', we have improved and fixed the gamepad interaction area for water supplies.
  • We have fixed and balanced all torture workstations to have the same efficiency from now on.
  • We have fixed the effect of 'Malicious torture'.
  • Potions will now affect only friendly units, as intended.
  • We have fixed the attack visual effects of 'Dark Guardian'.
  • We have added some graphic options for low-performance systems to improve performance and optimization.
  • In addition, we have fixed sequential dialogs that were sometimes interrupting themselves.
  • Interface sounds are now affected by the 'effects' volume slider.
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Fairyland destroying DLC pack out now for PC, PlayStation®4 and Xbox One

Evil spell book, check.
Torture kit, check.
Sunscreen, check.
Exploding sheep, erm, check! That’s right, the Absolute Evil is taking a well-earned vacation and is heading to Fairyland in the all new Dungeons 3 DLC pack Once Upon a Time available to download today for PC, PlayStation®4 and Xbox One.
Once Upon a Time is the first of three new DLC packs coming for the critically acclaimed and devilishly fun Dungeons 3 and further expands the Absolute Evil’s grip on all that is good and wholesome.

Fairyland is a despicable place and is home to the Good Fairy, a disgustingly respectable and virtuous creature who has been arming heroes with invigorating potions and is generally the detestable source of all good deeds.
With the help of some bewitched heroes (and more than a few exploding sheep) the Absolute Evil sets off to put an end to this story once and for all.

Once Upon a Time brings to the Dungeon table three new campaign maps, three new Evil hubs, new wall tile set for the dungeon and an all new boss – the Good Fairy.
For a taste of what’s in store check out the launch video below, lovingly crafted by the best creative snots in the Dungeon for your viewing pleasure.


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