NEW YORK — January 8, 2013 — Paradox Interactive, a publisher of games for brilliant conquerors and filthy do-gooders alike, today received a friendly memo from the Dungeon Maestro, the genius behind their upcoming co-op hack ‘n’ slash title Dungeonland. The memo pointed out that spike traps and caustic liquids won't pay for themselves, and thus Paradox is now accepting pre-orders for Dungeonland in exchange for actual money at www.dungeonlandgame.com/buy. Dungeonland will open its doors to the common rabble upon its release, scheduled for January 22, 2013.
What exactly does the price of admission give to a Dungeonland ticket holder? This handy dandy new trailer will give visitors an overview of the death fun that is in store for them:
"The sooner you get off your heroically gigantic rear and pre-order, the sooner you can start disposing of your miserable little 'friends,'"said the Dungeon Maestro, VP of Formerly Human Resources at Paradox Interactive.“As much fun as it is to take a personal tour of Dungeonland, there’s no better way to visit mypark than with other players. It's such a helpful way to sort out your relationships – which of your peers contains the most blood, which one looks the tastiest to a dragon, and so forth. Have you paid me yet? Why are we still talking?”
As an added incentive, pre-orders of Dungeonland will come with the Grimoire Pack, a set of perks allowing for sneakier traps and meaner monsters when playing as the Dungeon Maestro. The game will be demonstrated in a live streaming event occurring tomorrow, January 9, at 7 p.m. GMT (11 a.m. PST). Fans can watch the Dungeon Maestro hard at work slaughtering hapless fools on Paradox's official Twitch TV channel, at: twitchtv.com/paradoxinteractive