Dungeon Warfare is an addictive pixel art tower defense strategy game that sees you playing as a dungeon lord, laying all manner of traps and obstacles to defend your dungeon from pesky looters and adventurers.
As with most Tower Defense games, each level consists of waves of enemies charging through your dungeon, as you lay out traps to maximise the damage they do to stop them reaching your gold. Starting off with a couple of basic traps, you soon unlock more and more deadly ones, such as huge rolling boulders or portals to summon your own troops. You also gain XP which can be used to purchase permanent upgrades for each trap, reducing cooldowns and increasing damage.
It’s a fun game, and the difficulty level soon ramps up to offer a tough challenge that will have you fine tuning your dungeon layouts to get them just right – nobody steals your gold and gets away with it!
Zeytin yağında kızarmış kırmızı biberin kokusunu, şafak vakti durgun denize yağan yağmurları, açık pencerenin kenarında bir an bir kadının belirişini,sessizlikleri, düşünmeyi ve sabrı severim. Kendime inanırım ve çoğu zaman benim hakkımda söylenenlere aldırmam.
Orhan Pamuk, Benim Adım Kırmızı s.330 —Fotoğraf:Ferzan Özpetek’in 1997 yapımı “Hamam” filminden (Francesca d’Aloja).
Nearly a year after Mastiff put Falcom’s Gurumin up for voting on Steam Greenlight, the game is now available via the Steam store. You can grab it here.
Gurumin, like a lot of Falcom games, was originally a PC title before it was ported to PSP. Fans that voted for the game on Greenlight and then joined the Gurumin Steam group will be able to avail themselves a free copy.
The Steam version of Gurumin has an interesting feature whereby you can earn nine “super secret” achievements that unlock desktop wallpapers within the game. You can then use these to change your Windows wallpaper from within the game itself.