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Dungeon Raid 1.3 for iPhone - Character Classes and Achievements

Dungeon Raid 1.3 for iPhone – Character Classes and Achievements

Sydney based Fireflame Games today releases Dungeon Raid 1.3, an update to their addictive puzzle/roleplaying game for iOS devices. Dungeon Raid puts the player in the shoes of a dungeon-delving adventurer, collecting resources and killing enemies by tracing a sequence of matching tiles. This much-awaited 1.3 update adds an extra layer of gameplay via 10 unlockable character classes as well as 75 Game Center and OpenFeint achievements.

Dungeon Raid 1.2 for iPhone - Now with Game Center and OpenFeint

Dungeon Raid 1.2 for iPhone – Now with Game Center and OpenFeint

Fireflame Games today released their latest update to the Dungeon Raid game for iPhone and iPod touch. Dungeon Raid is an addictive and very positively-reviewed puzzle/roleplaying game where players must trace a line of tiles for rewards while avoiding the enemy. This 1.2 update introduces global leaderboards using OpenFeint and Game Center as well as a number of gameplay enhancements, such as 10 new enemy types and an improved item upgrade system.

Dungeons & Such for iOS - Nostalgic Dungeon RPG for Casual Play

Dungeons & Such for iOS – Nostalgic Dungeon RPG for Casual Play

Summit Island today announces Dungeons & Such 2.0.2 for iOS, an update to their dungeon RPG for casual gameplay. In the tradition of Dragon Quest and Final Fantasy, it features simple, one-handed play, frequent saves for short gameplay, and an imaginative storyline replete with dungeons, battles, and warriors. The game includes Facebook integration so the player can hire their friends’ characters to fight in the dungeon. Also supported are Apple Game Center, Leaderboards and Achievements.

Dungeon Raid 1.0.1 for iPhone - Mix of Roleplaying and Puzzle Game

Dungeon Raid 1.0.1 for iPhone – Mix of Roleplaying and Puzzle Game

Fireflame Games today released Dungeon Raid 1.0.1 for iPhone and iPod touch users. The game’s concept calls into use the best strategy skills that a player can muster, a kind of cross between a roleplaying game and Puzzle Quest, where players must trace a line of tiles for rewards while avoiding the enemy. Users can play their own music, save a game and return to finish later, as well as select from three different levels of difficulty.