This time, Dracula is playing with power! Once again the vampire hunters are charging into Dracula's castle! (You can imagine how upset Dracula must be.) In this tower-defense game, help Dracula set up his dungeon to deal with the coming onslaught of vampire hunters!
Ratings and Reviews
An Amazing Game From Scott
Scott Cawthon so far is one of my favorite game developers, and this is a shining example of why I believe so. Many may know Scott as the man who created FNAF, while of course he is the certain developer of a phenomenal horror game, he deserves much more credit than for being the much appreciated source of delightfully frightening video games. I once believed Scott was this person, but the day I decided to venture off and sample many of Scott's other indie games was also the day I realized that Scott was perhaps one of the best game devs to be witnessed by anyone like me.
Pimp My Dungeon is one of my favorites of Scott's work because of my passion for defense games (much like why I love Sit 'N' Survive, for the same reasons). You can choose from a myriad of defensive tools, ranging from simplistic spikes, to Dark Minotaurs that can throw orbs that can deal a decent amount of damage. Dark Minotaurs are also one of the many upgraded variations of all of the tools and weapons, as everything has a second form, once fully upgraded. I really enjoyed the nod to Castlevania (Scott don't try to hide it, ;) They're obviously Belmonts). The game also provides a great progressive difficulty, definitely keeping it entertaining through the whole game. I have yet to beat it if there is an end, but I'll safely say I will enjoy it. Keep up the great work Scotty, looking forward to FNAF 4 iOS release.
I am having a great time playing this fun little dungeon defense style game, I absolutely love it. Except... One of the heroes walked into a puddle of acid from my acid dripper and walked to the next section and took the stairs, whereupon he continued walking up until he was above the ceiling! He then dropped down onto the ceiling and walked across it until he reached the last area where Dracula is and promptly fell off the screen. This wouldn't have been a major problem if he had DIED upon falling out of frame, but he didn't, and worse yet, he was the last enemy on that level! Meaning, of course, I couldn't proceed after this occurred without restarting the app and resuming the game, A shame too, because I had been playing for quite some time and had upgraded most of my traps and this reset all of them... On the bright side, the game is still VERY addictive and fun.
There is SO much to love about this game. First, the graphics are a really good interpretation of the days of the NES. Apparently, the vampire hunters look awfully like Simon Belmont from the Castlevania series! This is supported by the fact that the vampire hunter uses a whip as his primary weapon (he uses knives and boomerangs like Simon in Castlevania as well). It's also hilarious when you lose as well! When Dracula is depleted of his health, you see an annoyed Dracula in his comfy chair with an NES controller in his hands. You can choose either to "CONTINUE" or you can choose to "RAGE QUIT." If you choose "RAGE QUIT," Dracula will toss the controller at the screen, ruining the TV in the process. I would DEFINITELY suggest this to those who like defense games, want to see classic graphics, and Castlevaniacs like me
- Scott Cawthon
- 7.4 MB
- Requires iOS 5.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 9+ for the following:
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- © 2014 Scott Cawthon
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.