Dungeon Rushers For Mobile Is Absolutely Delightful

Dungeon Rushers For Mobile Is Absolutely Delightful

Posted by February 24, 2017 Comment


Dungeon Rushers
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Developer: Mi-Clos Studios Platform: iOS, Android, Steam Release Date: February 23, 2017

Mi-Clos Studio’s Dungeon Rushers is now available on iOS and Android devices, and it’s fun for the whole family. Even when you die horribly at your sister’s hands, you’ll be having fun. I swear it.

The game originally debuted on Steam, but moving it to mobile seems like a decent choice. Seen quite a lot of that lately, I’ll be honest. And I’m kind of digging the trend. Dungeon Rushers is a simple looking game overall with rather simple mechanics. It’s turn based, you click which of three actions to use and then drag that icon over to the enemy you want to attack which is a nice update for touchscreen. It’s simple and fun and doesn’t try to be anything it isn’t.


Perhaps the biggest selling point of Dungeon Rushers though is the storytelling. The dialogue is irreverent and cheeky in all the right was and is very playful. Your hero in the campaign mode Elian leaves his job of cleaning bathrooms to live the “high life” as an adventurer surrounded by all the fame and fortune and women he could dream of. Because naturally all adventurers are rock stars. That almost everyone reacts to this with disdain and questions his abilities at ever turn is glorious. It makes for some very entertaining back-and-forths.


You can collect party members like in any RPG these days, and use them to trawl dungeons with you. It’s all the rage, you know. The cartoony art definitely makes this game stand out, too many go for either a WoW-esque look or copy older RPGs or try to be realistic. Dungeon Rushers has a style all its own and you can’t help but be charmed by it.

My original version of the game kept crashing on launch, with the release-date maintenance, that problem seems to have been fixed and I’ve been able to power my way through the last remaining dungeons with ease. It’s not the most difficult game, but that isn’t the point here. The point is to have fun, and I think Goblinz Studio has managed that quite well here.

It’s out now for iOS and Android and is available on Steam for PC. I’d highly recommend giving it a try.

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About Madeline Ricchiuto

Madeline Ricchiuto is a gamer, comics enthusiast, bad horror movie connoisseur, writer and generally sarcastic human. She also really likes cats and is now Head Games Writer at Bleeding Cool.

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(Last Updated March 24, 2017 12:25 am )

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