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Monsters' Den: Book of Dread

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Enter the Monsters' Den, a place of endless adventure, battle and reward!

Lead your party of four heroes through each level of the ever-changing dungeon, fighting in turn-based battles and hunting for that elusive rare loot.

The web-game classic comes to Steam! Remastered as a standalone game with higher fidelity assets and support for multiple resolutions and fullscreen.

  • Endless randomly generated dungeons
  • Two campaigns and survival mode
  • Five distinct enemy factions
  • Seven hero classes: Warrior, Mage, Cleric, Ranger, Rogue, Conjuror and Barbarian
  • Hundreds of loot items to find
  • Use custom hero portraits by choosing images from your computer
  • New options like 'Softcore' mode take the sting out of defeat
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: 1.6Ghz+
  • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
  • Graphics: Support for Pixel Shader version 2.x or above
  • Storage: 100 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Microsoft from French
I bought book of dread after Godfall because I liked the latter and I'm rather disappointed. I miss the open world aspects/side quests and reputation/factions and with regard to the composition of the squad, the levelling, the equipment and the fighting, it is so close that making this book of dread does not bring me anything. Often in the series, one can advise to start with one before the other and it saves the thing but there, frankly, I do not see any interest not to go directly to Godfall.
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Microsoft from Italian
Interesting It Might seem a trivial and mediocre game, but it really has many qualities. It is Not a stressful game, that is, you can upload it anytime free without having to go crazy to remember who you were and what you did last time. It has many options for the party (you can choose the skills, the portraits, the classes, the training, the dungeon). It is a simple but addictive dungeon Crawler, in old style but decidedly varied, the encounters are stimulating, sometimes even lethal. At such a low price is to be taken absolutely!
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Microsoft from French
For a game that can be found for free on the Internet in Flash, I think the developers could have left it free on steam, but: offer an inventory extension for those who would have paid, and/or a star of access to the emporium that remains for me an excellent turn-by-turn Dungeon exploration game. The idea that we can personalize the image of the heros is just excellent. even if it's not great things for another, I find that for my part a very large + EDIT: I found that the button destroy item has been replaced by SELL item, drop the inventory extension and favor the star of Emporium
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Microsoft from French
There are games that go completely unnoticed by lack of means, or because it is not the right time or because the support on which they were created is not the prerogative of the targeted players. Today I will tell you about a game, or rather a license, which we hear little talk and which according to its creator has resulted in more than 30 million parts. A series of Flash games that has gone too often to the hatch. Yet the only developer is known to have worked on a spin off of a famous license that rosters like. And you would be wrong to pass by this series of Dungeon crawler that evolves since its creation and that must see coming soon on steam a new episode. Have you guessed what I'm talking about? I named the series of monsters ' den. And if we tested the episode released in 2016: monsters ' den: Book of dread? The following here: http://www.dagonslair.com/tests-de-jeux/solo/2008/monsters-den-book-of-dread/
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