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Desktop Dungeons Reviews Start Rolling In

Local game development team QCFDesign released a beta version of their game Desktop Dungeons a little while back. Pre-orders are up and running on their website as we speak and you can even download a free version of the game. Besides receiving much acclaim from industry peers and developers, Desktop Dungeons has just got it’s first critic review on Metacritic by PC Gamer. It’s been given a sterling 81/100. Correct me if I’m wrong (And I probably am) but this is the first time that I’ve heard of a local, South African developed game which has received such a high critic score internationally, and the best part is, this is just the beginning. More reviews will be incoming and will no doubt increase sales of the already hotcake status Desktop Dungeons is currently holding.


The Limited Edition, $75 bundle is already sold out but there are still two packages available: A $10 one, which is simply the game, and a $20 Special Edition, which gets you extra challenge quests, a unique character class and a commemorative building for your Kingdom.

I highly recommend downloading the free version on their site and doubly encourage you to purchase a copy. Not only is it an outstanding game, it’s a local hallmark for South African game development and it’s something you can be a part of right now. You know, something to tell the kids. And don’t forget to drop a little review and give the world your thoughts on Metacritic and GameZone once you’ve had the opportunity to play it.

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