Dungeon Delivery Arrives On Mobile

Video games nowadays seem to be determined to always be bigger, better, longer, and graphically superior. And while that’s great to an extent, it should be noted that some...
Dungeon Delivery

Video games nowadays seem to be determined to always be bigger, better, longer, and graphically superior. And while that’s great to an extent, it should be noted that some of the best games of all time are just really well built with a simple and fun premise. Com2Us seems to understand this, and they have released a game from their NGDC (Next Game Development Center) group titled Dungeon Delivery for iOS and Android.

Simply put, Dungeon Delivery is a simple title that hearkens back to the original arcade games of old. One where a simple character would wander through a dungeon for a simple purpose. And that’s exactly what you’re getting here, but naturally with a few tweaks along the way.

The funny thing about Dungeon Delivery is that your player character isn’t a hero. Far from it, he’s actually just a delivery boy. One who can “hear the cries from dungeons far away,” and knows that there’s a delivery of potions to be made. You’ll have to traverse deep and dark and twisting dungeons full of enemies to deliver said potions and get paid for your exploits.

This isn’t an action game, it’s a speed and precision game, where the faster you get to your “customer” the more money you’ll make. That’s not to say there isn’t action here, as you can craft weapons from what you find in the dungeons, but they’re more of a means to an end rather than the focus of the game.

With simple controls, it’ll be easy to play the game on your phone or iOS device, and the idea of getting rich is more than enough reason to race through the dungeons to get your jobs completed.

Dungeon Delivery is available now for download. The game also features in-game purchases of items that can help you on your quest, should you feel you need them.

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