The Desktop Dungeons: Enhanced Edition has arrived.
Now with new content and quests, new classes (that's 21 total now if you've been keeping count) and a new way to play: For the first time ever, compete against your friends (or the world at large) in the seeded Daily Dungeon.
Enhanced Edition features:
Secretly despise friends for already beating you on the Daily Dungeon leaderboards. Unlock a terrifying new building for your Kingdom.
Discover the Rat Monarch and Chemist classes... and their reasons for visiting the Kingdom.
Click through new quests and ignore exposition as it streams past you.
Gleefully and accurately sling spells from the player-requested drag-to-cast and radial menus.
Pages and pages of optimizations and bug fixes that are awesome but don't sound cool when we put them in lists like this one.
Desktop Dungeons is a quick-play, roguelike-like puzzle game that gives you 10-20 minutes of dungeon-crawling action per serving. Casual players can enjoy endless coffee-break gaming sessions in infinitely random dungeons, while hardcore enthusiasts can unearth the game’s subtleties and tackle challenges of unrealistic viciousness. Down all paths lies frequent death, easy accessibility and the urge to play just one more dungeon.
- The perfect coffee-break game: Fight your way through fantasy dungeons in as little as 10 minutes.
- Never the same thing twice: Each dungeon is randomly generated, yet winnable. Explore the finely-tuned gameplay as you learn more and more impressive ways to beat vicious bosses and unlock new items, gods and heroes to play.
- Prize-winning awesomeness: Classic roguelike play re-imagined as a unique single-screen puzzle adventure that won Excellence in Design at the 13th Annual IGF Awards.