Block Dungeon – Pixel style dungeon stay-alive indie game

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Block Dungeon is a pixel and Shoot ‘Em Up style dungeon stay-alive indie game. It’s also one of the competitor games in the Ludum Dare 31, under the theme: Entire Game on One Screen. Created by Lancelot Gao from Beijing, China within 48 hours.

At first sight, you maybe confuse it with another pixel and Tetris style web page game Dungeon Blocks. But they are totally different. Block Dungeon is an awesome tiny indie game developed with Unity3D game engine. The whole game has one screen, full of fire balls, explosions, upgrades and skeletons. But it does have gorgeous and unique graphics, fit sound and tense and exciting gameplay.

All in all, this little game created within 48 hours is really amazing and I’m sure you will have lots of fun. You can play Block Dungeon on web page, Windows, Mac OS X or Linux.

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Free game


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