Guild of Dungeoneering Deluxe Ice Cream Edition includes:
Become the ultimate Dungeon Master as you bribe, entice and coax your heroes through their adventures on a quest to restore your guild to its ultimate glory!
The Official Soundtrack to the indie hit Guild of Dungeoneering. This little gem is full of all the theme music with lyrics, all the background music in the game, the bonus song with lyrics from the official launch trailer and of course all of the Bard's in game tunes that have taunted you, made you laugh or sung your praises.
Welcome to Pirates Cove! Pirates Cove includes a new region, new swashbuckling quests, terrifying new enemies, and of course, tons more booty. Come aboard and raise the Jolly Roger for this grand adventure!
It’s time to send some chumps out to do your dirty work, namely fetch some ice cream. Things get a bit complicated when it turns out the Ice Cream Monks are under siege from Brainiacs intent on destroying all the ice cream. I guess we could team up with them… but maybe there’s a way to turn this situation to the Guild’s advantage?
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Guild of dungeoneering is above all, a card game. Sure, it has a nice cover story for it, but in the end, the game is played like Magic the Gathering, only with a board, and a slightly better looking interface. In this game, you are the GM, and your job, is to trick your heroes into becoming better heroes, and doing so, gaining fame for your guild. You can do that by placing reward in the dungeons, nudging them toward monsters to fight, and rooms to explore, and once they start a battle with one, you hve to use cards, to best the monsters. Everything seems hand drawn, and generally look nice, cute even. The game runs smoothly, but it's a little basic though. It's entertaining for a while, but after that, it becomes too predictable. I still recommend it though for rpg fans.
I like the art and voicing in guild, the cards are different enough to keep me playing to get all classes now that you can continue through, I am also hoping that the rework makes lower classes viable as was the hope since it seemed as in most card games any class combo that put deck in hand while keeping max health was king.
This is a turn-based dungeon crawler. The game has a unique twist, instead of controlling one person and exploring the dungeon, you form the dungeon around him, filled with baddies and loot. The game's graphics are nice and well made. The art style is lovely and really creates a nice atmosphere combined with the charming and fitting music. The game has turn based elements, as well as deck building ones, since you choose the game's fate by choosing cards. The game is pretty simple to get into, and doesn't get boring or repetitive along the way. The UI is great and user friendly as well. The game isn't too hard or too easy, it can be a mix of both which is always nice. The AI is well made and clever at times. The game has upgrades to keep you progressing. This is the deluxe edition, which also includes the great OST. Make sure to listen to it, it has some nice music with good lyrics. Overall, 9/10. A good purchase, worth the money.
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