Local Developers Create Desktop Dungeons – Yours To Play For Free!

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As a South African gaming site we are always happy to support our local developers and today we get to do just that.

Local developer Rodain “Nandrew” Joubert and his dashing good looks has created a nifty little puzzle-based roguelike game called Desktop Dungeons that lets you scurry around a dungeon and kill some meanies while managing your resources and finding cool stuff.

Since creating Desktop Dungeons, Rodain has now joined forces with local videogame developers QCF Design (you remember Marc and Danny from our Podcast), the creators of Spacehack for XBLA (featured on Gamasutra) and they have been working on it ever since.

More info and links to the free download after the jump.

The best part is that it has been designed so that every play-through only takes you between 5 to 15 minutes, which means you can sneak a quick play or 4 in during your lunch break.

The game only clocks in at 34MB and is completely free to play, so get your ass over to the links below and download it right now. Mac users will be happy to know that there is a Mac version available for them as well.

Community members have also started creating some funky new tilesets for the game, which you can try out for yourself as well.

If you want more information,links to the tile sets and so on, head over to Desktop Dungeons’ Wiki page linked below.

Desktop Dungeons – QCF Design Wiki

Download Desktop Dungeons for PC

Download Desktop Dungeons for Mac

Groovy Bananas. Good going guys!

Last Updated: April 14, 2010

Nick De Bruyne

Video games writer, editor and critic since '08. Living and breathing video games, movies and cars since the 80s. Follow me on Twitter if you love tons of gaming talk, and @pennyworthrevs for fun stuff and links.

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