Dungeons of Dredmor

  • Dungeons of Dredmor
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  • No classes instead, you choose the skills you want for your character; plenty of humor; lots of great loot and (sometimes cute) monsters; plenty of challenge.


  • It's buggy; lack of balance (though I don't see that as a huge problem); isn't going to appeal to gamers who don't already care for roguelikes.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Computeractive on

Dungeons of Dredmor is a great game if you find big title games such as Skyrim a bit to demanding on your time, wallet and computer. It's also great if, like me, you find the realistic graphics just a little too detailed in some of the more violent...

By Realm of Gaming on 70

PCIt has been our obsession of late to relive the glory days. Developers, be they indie or established names, have featured references and throwbacks, subtle and noticeable, to the bygone eras. Some have even gone so far as to craft whole games with a...

By Strategy Informer on 88

Otherwise, Dungeons of Dredmor is a fun game, especially for rogue-like veterans, who will get its dry British wit and genre in-jokes. The game is basically the next generation of the true rogue-like, much like Fatal Labyrinth was before it. At $4.99...

By Games Radar on 70

If you’ve played at least one dungeon-crawler in your life, you’ll probably be able to guess what Dungeons of Dredmor is all about without ever actually having to play the game. The evil Lord Dredmor is a pretty nasty guy who’s taken up residence in a...

By thestar.com.my on

Make no mistake, Dungeons of Dredmor belongs to the school of punishing, super hardcore games. You'll need as much luck as skill to even survive in the first few dungeon floors. Yet despite - or perhaps because of - its unfair challenges, Dungeons of...

By ign.com on 85

The siren call of sparkling loot is a temptress that’s tough to spurn. Indie studio Gaslamp Games knows this well. Dungeons of Dredmor’s voluminous depths are littered with an abundance of wacky treasure to horde and enticing weaponry to cleaving all...

By Ars Technica on

Anything can await you around each corner when you're playing a roguelike game. Magical weapons, hoards of riches, dozens of monsters or a deathly trap can all be potential rewards or punishments for opening the next door. Dungeons of Dredmor is the...

By PC Advisor on 80

Sure, it could do with a bit of spit and polish on the interface side of things and it won't keep the hardcore happy for long, but Dungeons of Dredmor is a characterful, clever and subtly complex dose of alternative roleplaying....

By GamePro on 80

The "casual" roguelike that will kick your ass. An eccentric blend of easy-to-learn mechanics and punishing difficulty make this one of the most addicting and enjoyable dungeon-crawls out there. Fifteen points. After playing the game for a week, I...

International Review By bright.nl on

Een antiek rollenspel-genre, alleen populair bij hardcore gamers, is nu toegankelijk gemaakt met een flinke dosis humor. De Roguelike RPG is misschien wel het meest intense, tijdvretende en onvergeeflijke gamegenre dat er bestaat. Spelers worden in een...