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Dungeon Dashers
Platforms: PC
Languages: English, German
Aug 30, 2012 @ 4:55pm
Jan 26, 2016 @ 7:40pm

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Dungeon Dashers at PAXAus
Confirmed for release on GOG!
Release date: Q4 2013
Dungeon Dashers is an action packed, turn-based, co-operative dungeon crawler, bringing the enjoyment of a tabletop board game with friends to the PC. Dungeon Dashers streamlines the core dungeon crawler experience to its essentials, for an intense, loot-grabbing adventure.

Pre-Purchase now and play the latest in-development builds of the game!

Accumulate wealth by smashing boxes full of gold, slaying monsters, and looting glowing chests. Use your gold to buy consumables to boost your abilities or buy cosmetic items such as hats. Unlock new swords, bows, staffs, spells and other equipment by completing challenges and quests.

Kill monsters to collect their crafting materials, explore difficult to reach areas and claim valuable resources. Craft ornaments for your heroes to wear, and most importantly, hats!

Dungeon Dashers takes place over a range of different landscapes and terrain. Some levels feature puzzle elements where your heroes must defuse lever-driven mechanical traps, other levels entail large scale battles where death is more likely than you think.

Will you use your agility to sneak past malicious traps or will you use those same traps on your enemies, pulling a lever at the right moment and plunging them into a pit of spikes?

Aim to get a perfect score in every quest by successfully completing additional objectives such as surviving with all of your party members or finishing the quest in a certain number of turns. Beating these challenges with friends adds hours and hours of replayability.

Play with your friends online and explore dungeons together or enjoy the game in singleplayer, controlling a party of four characters.

Dungeon Dashers is currently in development. We add new features every day. Not all of the features we have planned for the game are implemented yet. If you have feature ideas you can suggest them to us in the comments or discussion boards!

Dungeon Dashers is currently in development. The final version aims to have:

  • Epic boss battles and over 20 enemies to face
  • Custom loadouts for each class based on loot found in dungeons
  • Over 30 player skills
  • 40 levels spread out across 5 environments
  • Authentic CRT emulation filter for retro visuals
  • More than 30 unlockable pieces of equipment including swords, armour and potions
  • Level editor with user campaign creation support
  • Hardcore mode for those who finish the game and want more of a challenge
  • Online co-operative gameplay for up to 4 players
  • Original full-length chiptune soundtrack composed by the talented Nathan “Derris-Kharlan” Antony
  • Compelling narrative and character dialogue spanning the entire campaign
  • Intricately detailed pixel art by a team of talented artists
  • Tactical and diverse combat mechanics

Pre-Purchase now and play the latest in-development builds of the game!

For more information please checkout:
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Cover Art by Gabriel Verdon (
Music by Derris-Kharlan (

Originally posted by Chris Priestman, DIYGamer:
With 4-8 distinct classes, single player and up to four player online co-op, hand-made dungeons and turn-based everything, we’re gushing everywhere about this one.
Originally posted by Doug Walter, IndieGameMag:
Let me say right out that the mechanics are classic DnD, simplified and streamlined so you don’t have to listen to a dungeon master drawling out the corner of his mouth... Thankfully, the interface for guiding characters is easy to understand, the GUI is helpful and uncluttered, and the framerate smooth thus far, so technically it should hold up well upon release.
Originally posted by Daav Valentaten, Gamesta:
The turn-based dungeon crawler looks like a SNES Dungeons & Dragons and seems to play like one too. The pixel art accompanied by chiptune beats makes the nostalgia vibe rise high in this one.
GDC Best in Play Honorable Mention

Dungeon Dashers is already confirmed for distribution on and The Humble Store.
Popular Discussions View All (5)
Oct 17, 2013 @ 6:53pm
What would you like to see in Dungeon Dashers?
Jun 8, 2013 @ 8:49pm
Oct 27, 2013 @ 2:58pm
Doesn't play nice with dual monitors?
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Velard Feb 26, 2014 @ 4:04pm 
A good game, congratulations
Be2maru248 Feb 22, 2014 @ 2:14am 
I am a Japanese. Please support Japanese.
Marky_Mark Jan 7, 2014 @ 11:27pm 
looks good
Baron Von Boom Oct 25, 2013 @ 2:46pm 
Grats on the early access!! Time to get that wallet out everyone;)
Bender Oct 25, 2013 @ 10:27am 
Hurray ! Congrats :)
Andy  [author] Oct 25, 2013 @ 12:00am 
Dungeon Dashers launches soon on Steam Early Access!
Jerry Oct 24, 2013 @ 12:53pm 
One way to get a bit more exposure and popularity might be too support the Steamcontroller.
Whatta ya think about that?
DarkWolfScythe Oct 14, 2013 @ 10:09am 
My friend is off in another state for college so we aren't able to get together anymore for D&D. This looks perfect for us, can't wait for the release. Thank you!
side4ever Oct 14, 2013 @ 3:57am 
Very cool, the grafic looks a little bit like the bitmaps brothers ;-)
Andy  [author] Oct 13, 2013 @ 9:01pm 
@alexanderneeley - it sure is! :)