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Dungeon Hero
Game Description:Dungeon Hero takes you into a real dungeon, one where a shadowy evil has come to feed on despair. This a dungeon at war - not a place with bags of gold just lying around! This action RPG uses Firefly's dazzling HD engine, allowing the player to storm heroically through underground halls while taking in the detail and complexity of a world previously unseen. Master melee, ranged and magic skills and 'Close combat' a totally new, brutal mode of fighting as you battle your way through vast crowds of monsters. Fight alone or have a friend drop in to survive - and maybe even save - the darkest society imaginable!
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  • Dungeon Hero Preview

    Posted: September 4, 2008

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  • Trailer: Dungeon Hero

    Posted: February 29, 2008

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