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Dungeon Hunter HD

By Gameloft

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The iPad already has its ultimate dark fantasy Action RPG! “Easily the most accomplished example of the genre on the App Store yet.” (PocketGamer 9/10) Dungeon Hunter now features impressive high resolution graphics and an optimized in-game interface.

When the darkness awoke, evil flooded over the land of Gothicus. Dispel the darkness in your realm, uncover your memory about terrible events and fight the evil queen who tyrannizes the kingdom… the queen you once loved.

- Discover the enormous world of Gothicus and complete different types of quests and missions: Explore, kill, protect, find special items and more.
- Find your way through huge dungeons with the new mini-map - only for the iPad version! You can also expand the map for a larger view if needed.

- Create your own character: Choose your class from a stealthy Rogue to a blade wielding Warrior or a powerful and mysterious Mage.
- Tons of items, weapons and armor to find or buy. Each will change the look and abilities of your character.

- Hack ‘n’ slash gameplay for real-time fights, providing a heavy dose of fun for everybody.
- iPad-optimized experience: Change the location of buttons on the screen to create a custom interface that best fits your style.

- Progress and evolve along your adventure. Gain experience points by killing enemies or succeeding in certain quests. Choose how to distribute your points according to the skills you want to focus on.
- 5 fairies, each with their own personality, will help you by providing protection, magical powers and advice.

Play this unique action RPG for hours! Defeat the forces of evil by magic and by sword, and finally face your destiny.


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Customer Reviews

Could be better

This game has a lot of unfulfilled potential. The graphics are fine, though not outstanding, and the gameplay is well paced, but it's missing a few elements that made the Diablo series that this was obviously based on great.

For starters, it's ridiculously easy. I don't think I've ever played an easier game, and no way to raise the difficulty. One of the key elements of this sort of game, character progression, becomes almost pointless about halfway through and entirely pointless after level 30. I found myself leaving newer, more powerful items unequipped, in order to provide some level of challenge. The items also become pretty bland pretty quick. How about some more options?

Speaking of options, the enemies are monotonous. The different colored blobs/orb was especially lazy. Actually, I'd suggest adding more variety of just about everything, including level layouts. Going through the same dungeon five times in a row is a little much, especially considering how near the end of the game that happens in. Less railroading would be especially welcome, too.

I love the Diablo series and I really wanted to like Dungeon Hunter. Some more variety in all facets of the game, as well as a choice for difficulties would be a couple of steps in the right direction. Had i rated this after 2 hours of gameplay, it would have been a 4, maybe 5 star review, but in the end, the game is too lazy in too many ways for me to give this more than two stars.

Pretty good game

Pretty good game. The controls are a little difficult to get used too. Once you get used to them it is a better game. For the fighter two-handed weapons are very slow swinging and do the same damage as a one-handed weapon. Dual wielding is the way to go in this game. The magical bonuses on items are limited and repetitive which makes item hunting boring after awhile. For the mage his spells do not do enough damage versus the amount of mana they consume to cast. You end up as a Mage melée fighting a lot. The fairies that you find and equip are a neat idea but they give crappy bonuses like 1 more hp per second. Like that matters. Gold is pointless. I have never spent any of it except as the Mage for potions. You find better items than the shop keepers sell and as a fighter or rogue you find more potions than you can ever use. But it is not a horrible game. The story is alright and the skill tree is kinda nice but limited. I wish there where more variety to the items and the magical attributes that they can have. I wish that there where named and set items also. All in all it really depends on if you like this style of game as to wether you should spend the money for it. I love this style game so for me it was an alright purchase although it has no replay value what so ever. I would buy it over if i had the choice so not to great but not to bad.

Diablo Lite

A fun game that is basically Diablo Lite. The game play is pretty basic -move along a linear path and kill everything you encounter. Like Diablo there is a lot of loot to pick up and try out. Some of the items, but not all, will show up on your character as you don them. The inventory system is easier to manage than Diablo and picking up loot is basically automatic.

I enjoyed watching the battle animations, especially the bash move where you knock you opponents for a loop. At times I wonder how they avoided copyright infringement as many of the screens look like scenes from Diablo.

The game granted achievements as I progressed, but I could not find a way to see a list of what achievements were accomplished and what remained.

The main problem is that there isn't enough depth to the game system to make replay much fun.

Overall a fun game with limted replay value.

Dungeon Hunter HD
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  • $6.99
  • Category: Games
  • Released: Apr 01, 2010
  • Version: 1.0.5
  • Size: 221 MB
  • Languages: English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish
  • Seller: Gameloft
Rated 12+ for the following:
  • Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
  • Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence

Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.2 or later. Compatible with iPad.

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