Over its first four iterations Gameloft's Diablo-esque Dungeon Hunter has transformed from excellent premium mobile game to mildly greedy free-to-play. With this week's release of Dungeon Hunter 5 the series becomes a mildly greedy free-to-play hack-and-slash card-collecting defense game, aka just about everything…
Long a fan of Gameloft's Diablo-inspired Dungeon Hunter, I was intrigued when I heard their latest version would be both free-to-play and not a role-playing game. Well, not really one.
While PC and potentially console gamers wait patiently for the biggest name in hack-and-slash dungeon crawlers to deliver its number three, Gameloft announces the third installment of one of the smallest: Dungeon Hunter III.
Yesterday Kotaku reported about the latest attempt to give players joystick control of a character in an iPhone game, without blocking too much of the screen. Today, check out five videos that show five approaches to dealing with the problem.
It's been an amazing year for the iPhone and gaming.
Boasting 25 hours of simple, action gaming built around the driving desire to find and collect increasingly powerful weapons and armor, Dungeon Hunter's biggest surprise may be the platform it's on.