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Submitted by TheXploder 441d ago | article

Paradox Interactive Declares Dungeonland Open for Business

Paradox Interactive, a publisher of games and consumer of funnel cake, and Critical Studio, the lamented minions of Dungeon Maestro, today announced that Dungeonland has opened its doors to easily lured heroes everywhere. Available today for PC via digital distributors worldwide, Dungeonland can be purchased, downloaded, played, and quickly lost over and over again by soft, fleshy adventurers to their heart’s content. Dungeonland costs merely £7.99 plus the lives of your co-op partners. (Dungeonland, Paradox Interactive, PC)

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