Dungeon Village


Dungeon Village's review

by Peter Warrior

Manage your own fantasy city

  • Kairo balanced gameplay
  • No iaps or ads
  • Lovely design
  • Overall, no complaints

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"Ranger, Barbarian, Magician, Thief, Cavalier and Acrobat"

It's been a while since Kairosoft shook Market with Dev's Story, and before awarding them anything for the quality of their games they would deserve a prize for keeping themselves so loyal to their style, to the point that much cheaper games seem expensive and Kairo can launch $5 8bit games anytime they want and people line in front of their shop. Kairo represents a model of success most unlikely to be repeated elsewhere, but worthy of study nonetheless.

This complete version allows endless playing and two save slots, though you can have a small foretaste (two in-game years long) of what's it and how it works installing the lite version beforehand.

In Dungeon Village you won't enjoy horse racing, nor massive ninja battles or giant robots, you'll create the perfect crossroad village with the Last Inn in it, perfectly surrounded by monsters so adventurers from everywhere come to spend their money in gear and level up. The better your village, the most powerful adventurers will lure to it and therefore more powerful monsters will stick their nose down the walls.

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