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Dungeon Rushers Interview

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Dungeon Rushers Interview with Bastien Locoge, Goblinz Studio

About the Game

Dungeon Rushers is a 2D tactical RPG combining dungeon crawler’s gameplay and turn based fights. Manage your team, loot dusty dungeons, crush armies of monsters and craft mighty equipment. Be part of an epic adventure with a colorful cast of characters in an off-beat universe. Build your own dungeon and challenge other players!

The Game:

Over the course of an epic quest, explore many dungeons and loot their guarded treasures. Build your own team by choosing the best hero combination to overcome traps and monsters lurking in the shadows.

Upgrade the skills of your heroes to make them even more fearsome and place them strategically to achieve victory.

Craft your equipment on your own with components gathered during your journey thanks to an advanced system consisting of six different craftsmen.

Complete dungeons and their bonus challenges to unlock the Heroic difficulty, where only the best can make their way to the treasure!

Build your own dungeon in which you can spread traps and monsters to prevent other adventurers from looting your chest! Hire your « dream team » by exploring a world where dungeons and manors have been abandoned by men in favor of the worst creatures, then attack other players' dungeons to plunder their treasure!

 

Support it! Purchase & and Play on Steam!

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