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The great wizard, Galdryn of the Meadows has been slain by a deadly conspiracy within the Circle of Mages. His chief ally, Lord Davenmor, now struggles top save his kingdom from dark foirces of the conspiracy and the onslaught of Lord Barrowgrim's army of marauders. Lord Davenmor has promised his daughter's hamnd in marriage to Lord Barrowgrim to quell the invasion, but her heart belongs to another and after learning of her fathers pladge, she has vanished. Sensing treachery. Lord Barrowgrim has sent his army aone more to destory Lord Davenmor and raze the kingdom. Thus begins Dungeon Lrds, Cry of the Kingdom Cracked, a tale of Love, Hate, Betrayal, Revenge, Honor and Evil...
... but do you want to?
I can remember when the demo for this game out all those years ago and it was a bad sign right from the off that most people died within thirty... Read more
If you buy this game, a must is to install the lastest patch as it resolves many bugs in the game. Being able to create a charcter from two class areas amkes the character very... Read morePublished on 6 May 2007 by Ross
I'm sure this game should be superb with the 1.4 patch, but be warned that downloading a 104mb patch takes a mighty long time and my download manager got kicked out repeatedly and... Read morePublished on 13 Aug. 2006 by S. Drury
Dungeon Lords should never have been released in it's current state, as has been already mentioned, that much is obvious from the awful trials and tribulations everybody will... Read morePublished on 29 Nov. 2005 by "david_cracknell"
This game is tottaly crap without the patch. After i downloaded the patch 1.3 the game turned superb.
GET THIS GAME IF YOU LIKE RPG'S
Be absolutely sure to download and install the latest patch (version 1.3 at the time of this writing - November 2005).
I can't emphasize that enough!! Read more
This is a great idea completely ruined by pressure to publish. Simply put, the game doesn't do what it says on the box (doubt that at your peril). Read morePublished on 9 Nov. 2005 by Merucius