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Dungeoneers will be on Steam!
Dungeoneers
Apr 12, 2021 16:06

Seeking feedback and wishlists

Dungeoneers is going to be available on Steam this summer. We are cross-platform, so you can continue to use your current Dungeoneers account on Steam without losing progress.

Our Steam page is here.

From the above page, you can click the [Add to your wishlist] button. The more wishlists we are on, the more Steam will promote us.

And let us know if you have any ideas on how to improve the page. Thanks!

Apr 13, 2021 7:14

Already signed up for the Steam wishlist, excited for that release!

Apr 13, 2021 13:19

Steam will be another platform like the iPad app - the web version will remain as is. You’ll be able to link accounts between platforms if you choose to do so.

Apr 14, 2021 23:52

Interesting. Until then you should avoid that progress at non advanced dungeoneer CLOSES rooms instead of opening new ones. So either you open up rooms one by one with new fame level (and end up at the current situation) or you make the boss ruin weapons like the dragon chest and mithril not lootable (and freeze the boss?) and keep that rooms lootable and passable. Progress should not take content away. I am sure that avoids negetive votes etc.
AND insert this famous dice-counter somewhere to “proof” that the game is fair. E.g. number of hits taken, expected number of hits (in the exact same situations) and the same for damage done and expected value of that damage.

You can also sum everything up towards a number “total luck”: You add the number of possible worse results per positive “dice event” (means if you attack with 99% chance and hit, you add +1 for the dice pair (1,10) ) and subtract the number of better outcomes for negative dice events (means if you attack with 99% chance and fail, you subtract 99 for all dice pairs except (1,10) that you got). In total this number should dance around zero. Positive values represent the number of better outcomes you could have (in total) had and negative ones show a net sum of bad luck. This way you can also include skills like resist, uppercut, cleave and so on (just also add the number of better or worse outcomes). You can also normalize e.g. by dividing through the root of the total number of events. But whatever you normalize: Positive numbers should mean good luck and negative ones bad luck and you have everything in one number that way.

Apr 15, 2021 0:56

I already wished the game on steam. Any idea on prices? I’m eager for the release. Congratulations… a good retro hard style game!

Apr 15, 2021 10:14

We’re keeping the same pricing model on Steam. Basic Dungeoneers will remain free, and upgrading to Advanced will be $15. If you’ve already upgraded, you can link your upgraded account on Steam without having to pay again.

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