Dungeons 2 Crack/Patch

Dungeons 2 In Dungeons 2, fulfill the Dungeon Lord’s voracious quest for vengeance by recruiting fearsome new monsters from all corners of the underworld in order to undertake his evil bidding.

Download Dungeons 2 Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 72 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1775
Genre Strategy, General
Company / Developer
Kalypso / Kalypso

Dungeons 2 reviews ( 7 )

Frostphoenyx, Apr 25, 2015

This is a HUGE improvement over the first episode. It has definitively a great DK feeling. The game is very funny. I really liked the gameplay and the story.

DV8ER, May 12, 2015

Dungeons II is a fantastic sequel to the original Dungeons games as it totally revamps the franchise and takes a completely different approach. There are several things about this game that are like-able and noteworthy. Kevan Brighting is the narrator for Dungeons II and if the name doesn't ring a bell he's the gentleman whom also narrated The Stanley Parable. I also LOVE that there are objectives to capture/complete but you can take your sweet time doing so. The only complaint I have is you cannot rotate the screen at all like you can in the first Dungeons game. :(

AnnicaJ, May 8, 2015

I love tinkering with my dungeons, which annoys the crap out of the narrator (which in it self is funny), and I don't mind the occasional visit from the heroes to test my defenses. This is a properly fun game! I love the narrator, the silly names (the naming-staff must have had a ball coming up with some of the names) and the nudges in virtually every direction to other famous games and the jokes. I found it to be a game that's both easy to learn and easy to love, but harder to master. But if you didn't have to think, and sometimes rethink, your strategies it would be rather boring.

Skilled, Apr 28, 2015

Dungeons 2 has a few unique RTS elements, but is the gameplay balanced and engaging? Let's find out in the Dungeons 2 review. Dungeons 2 is both a macro and micro management real time strategy game. You start off in the underworld, building up your dungeon. You mine for gold and expansion as you actually carve out the rooms of the dungeon. In most RTS games you are using up real estate on land with your buildings. In Dungeons 2, you're excavating and the remaining space becomes your building or production facility. So you can use a lot of ingenuity when it comes to base building. The game kind of balances between a god game and an RTS as units tend to control themselves, you just put them where you want them to be. As you build up combat units you can put them into the overworld. In the overworld, the game plays more like a traditional RTS game. You'll be raiding enemy bases and following along with missions. There's not that much diversity with the units, each one has a benefit to both the overworld and underworld, but none of them significantly change the balance between you and your enemy. Dungeons 2 has a very detailed fantasy setting. From the voice acting to the art style and characters, the game is very charming. A rare experience, you get to be the bad guy in this game. You are the ulimate evil leading orcs from the underworld into the world to dominate the land. The narrator is very tongue in cheek and always has witty sayings. It definitely makes you smile and want to keep playing. As you take over parts of the overworld the environment changes and becomes corrupt and decrepit. Even when you forget to follow an objective or lose a crucial unit, the game just laughs at you and encourages you to carry on. Let's not forget, the primary resource for your minions is beer. The fantasy setting and presentation style is one of the highlights of playing Dungeons 2. The campaign mode is fairly short with only 11 missions in the game, but later missions should take you a while to complete. I wouldn't count on playing multiplayer for too long, because there aren't a ton of people on there. It doesn't even make it on Steam's top multiplayer games list. Dungeons 2 does have a lot of technical and logistic flaws that prevent the game from being above average. The game is not very intuitive. Certain instructions or mechanics in the game are just not easy to perform or figure out. Micro management in the overworld is missing some control details. It's not easy to select and manipulate individual units for spells or micro movement. In the underworld, it's difficult to select buildings and there's so many different types of selections between units and buildings that it's difficult to know where you are or where you need to go for an upgrade. Furthermore moving units between the overworld and the underworld gets confusing because they must enter through a portal. You also have 2 minimaps to watch and occasionally during the campaign your units will even enter a third unmapped area. All of these negative aspects can make the game cumbersome to play. Dungeons 2 does have a lot of charm in the campaign mode and the underworld vs overworld setting is a unique approach to real time strategy. The game retails at $40 which is more than I would expect to pay for this game. If you are a hardcore RTS fan or you want to try something a little different, you may want to give Dungeons 2 a playthrough. Dungeons 2 receives a score of 70 for it's presentation and new gameplay elements.

Frozenbyte, Apr 28, 2015

Great game, but has some serious optimization issues... it was using my 970 gtx for 8-15% at max and fps was arround 25 when a lot of things were happening at the same time.

mijxero, Jun 29, 2015

First I have to admit I never played Dungeon Keeper. I have to say I like the style and even the comedy aspects of this game. My biggest problem is it switches from a strategy game to a dungeon sim. I think it was difficult to switch back and forth and other than literally picking up your troops and dropping them near attackers they won't do many things you need and you have no direct control while in your dungeon. I found this frustrating, but it is a design decision that didn't appeal to me, but wasn't broken or buggy.

meta_mp, Apr 22, 2016

Bugs, Bugs, and more Bugs. If you are a gamer that likes to play a game without interruption, this is not the game. It is plagued with bugs, and their support is non-existent or incompetent. Pros: The game is fun, until it crashes with Microsoft Visual C++ runtime errors, or failing to initialize Threads, or just stops working. Cons: only expect 10 hours of game play before you have to commit $ to buying DLC. Crashes all the time, and my gaming rig is not to blame (MSI xpower big bang main board, i7 processor at 3.2GHz, 12GB memory, MSI GTX465 Twin Frozr ii x 2 in SLI) confirmation that they don't care about PC Gamers as they are releasing this title on XBONE/PS4 without first addressing the bugs for their initial investors (us PC Gamers). not recommended IMO, go buy Dungeon Keeper 2 (older I know) but it will entertain you for more than this game, and will not crash on you.