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Legend of Keepers: Career of a Dungeon Manager from Goblinz Studio is out now, letting you build up and protect a dungeon from pesky hero intruders.

Very much a video game version of the excellent card game Boss Monster (which I also love), Legend of Keepers has you recruit various creatures and place traps to hopefully keep the heroes away from defeating your boss. It provides a good mix of management and tactics, one that's a bit engrossing when you get into it and it's easy to spend a good number of hours with.

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Features:

  • Join the Dungeons Company and climb the corporate ladder
  • Crush so-called "heroes" and protect the company's treasures
  • Hire monsters, manage your employees and your stock of traps
  • Deal with employee strikes and other fun events

For the Linux version, one issue encountered is that the intro video is a black screen, which is likely a Unity codec issue - the developer has been made aware of it. It's quite short anyway and doesn't break the game, as you can just skip it.

You can play it now on GOG, Steam and Stadia.

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scaine 7 May
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Went to buy Griftlands earlier today, and noticed this was out too. Oof. Wallet takes a pounding, but I got them both. Between these two and the May Humble Bundle, my May is toast! There aren't enough hours in the day...
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