Dungelot: Shattered Lands Review – Love to Lose, a Lot



Dungelot: Shattered Lands is said to be one of those promising mobile dungeon crawler that gamers can play this year. It may sound like a weird sort of mashup because the game combines roguelike method with Minesweeper-like elements – as a result, it is surprisingly fluid and addictive to play.

Dungelot: Shattered Lands Review - Love to Lose, a Lot

Dungelot: Shattered Lands is Very Challenging, But Worth the Price

In Dungelot: Shattered Lands, players will need to tap unmapped tiles on a dungeon-themed board, as each tile will reveal either monsters or loot, and if the player is lucky, a key that will unlock the door to the next floor in the dungeon. As long as the player pick the key, he can move on to the next floor regardless of how much the dungeon is unexplored.  The game noticeably stacks the hindrances against the player. When the player first comes across the monsters in the game, it might be tough especially under unexpected circumstances they can become even stronger. It is not necessary for the player to attack the monster but as long as the monster is still alive, the other tiles that are still unexplored will be inaccessible to the player; the player can resume in his search for the key or search the freed tiles for extra loots once the monster is defeated.

The loot in Shattered Lands comes in many forms like the health and armor regeneration items, stat buffs, and ranged weapons and abilities. Each dungeon is broken apart into a different number of levels and to complete the dungeon, the player needs to advance through all of the dungeon’s levels with just one life. The player might get close to finishing a dungeon with the randomly generated levels, but the other attempts might see the player wiped out in the opening stages. Luck plays a big role in the game, as it can be frustrating when the player encounters bad luck in the game.

Everything in Dungelot: Shattered Lands randomly generated in this game, and each dungeon runs differently from one to the other, but sometimes it might feel like the level was arranged against the player. Progress can still be made. When the player dies, he can hold on to the gold that he had picked up and at times, can even receive small amount of gold bonus for dying with the items from the inventory. Even though the inventory will be wiped out when the player dies, the gold pool will collect slowly until the player have enough to buy a new one. It is certainly one of the games that is challenging and worthy to be purchased.


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Dungelot: Shattered Lands Review – Love to Lose, a Lot
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