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Submitted by rajeanak25 830d ago | news

GDC: Dungeon Dashers

"Dungeon Dashers is a slick and instantly enjoyable dungeon crawler. It features 4 different characters (Assassin, Knight, Ranger, Wizard) all with their own abilities which can be used for some interesting puzzle solving for each level. The controls are really simple to grasp and as the name implies, the game moves really quickly. The game combines a lot of great things in a streamlined fashion. There is a turn-based combat system which is barely noticeable because of the speed of the turns. Turns actually vanish if you are not in combat so the game can feel like a puzzle game and a roguelike RPG depending on the level and circumstances. It’s quite awesome." - Mike Gnade (Dungeon Dashers, GDC 2013, Indie, PC)

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