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Dungeon Scroll (Browser)

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Dungeon Scroll brings together two genres never before put together. Your dungeon crawl is about to begin... and all you have for weapons are a bunch of letters.

In order to defeat the enemies you find, you will need to complete words using a selection of letters. Each dungeon level has a series of monsters you need to defeat and you will have to defeat all monsters on that level using the same group of letters without using the same words twice on that level. Depending on the letters available, this can become challenging... especially when fighting monsters that require you to type many words to defeat them.

The longer your words are, the more damage you will do... but don't forget those small words, as they can also help you out in a pinch. You will also occasionally get various special tiles that will increase or multiply damage, heal you, and even show you a large word you can use.

Completing each level of the dungeon will allow you to find various items.

You have the option of three skill levels to choose from so that kids and adults can both play the game and be challenged.


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Related Web Sites

  • Dungeon Scroll (project page of the iPhone version on the developer's website)
Kabushi (230962) added Dungeon Scroll (Browser) on Apr 14, 2018
Other platforms contributed by Sciere (585891), Riamus (8519) and Kabushi (230962)