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Wicked Lair looks to be a pleasing 2D take on classic Dungeon Keeper, coming to iOS and Android

Monstrous manor

Product: Wicked Lair | Developer: Stefan Pratter | Genre: Strategy, Tower defence
For: Android   Also on: iPhone, iPad
 
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Solo developer Stefan Pratter is making Wicked Lair, which looks like it will please fans of the original Dungeon Keeper (emphasis on "original").

It involves building out a 2D multi-level dungeon as deep into the ground as you can, spawning horrible monsters, and then sending them out to destroy a town.

There are 20 different dungeon types and over 150 monsters to unlock and send off on a murderous rampage.

The town isn't helpless, mind. It will send out heroes to try to vanquish you and your dungeon. So it becomes a constant back-and-forth battle for power.

To help out your minions, you're able to learn spells as you level up to give the heroes an extra hard time. If they're getting through just fling a fireball at them - sorted.

Pratter says he's aiming for a "handcrafted retro look", and it's certainly pleasing on the eye. Hopefully we'll get to see it in motion soon.

Wicked Lair is slated to come out for iOS and Android in November. Keep up to date with its development on the game's website.

Thanks Christian V.
 

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Chris Priestman 29 September 2014
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