There are classics of the past that arouse the nostalgia of many players just by mentioning their names. Undoubtedly, Bullfrog's Dungeon Keeper, launched in 1997, one of them, and its remake for smartphones and tablets was expected to meet the highest expectations.
In my test you know if the Electronic Arts and Mythic lived up to the Dungeon Keeper myth and if the original fans will be pleased with this version.
Functions & Usage
If we look at the original game, it is clear why the Electronic arts decided to do a remake of Dungeon Keeper: the game had several elements of strategy, very popular in hit games of the current mobile constellation. Plus, the focus on antiheroes makes it more fun and less fun. In fact, the game's devil (Horny) guides us through a tutorial that leaves no freedom for the user to make his own decisions, and in the end we get a little lost.
The goal of Dungeon Keeper is to build and manage an underground dungeon, resist attacks and at the same time attack other players to steal raw material. To do this, simply win the heart of the opponent's dungeon. In all, there are four types of raw materials in the game: three of them can be regularly obtained and one, the jewels, is so rare that an in-app purchase becomes mandatory.