Dungeon Twister Available July 4

Strategy Sony RPG Playstation 3 News

Dungeon Twister, Hydravision Entertainment’s latest Playstation Network title, will be heading to Europe and Australia on July 4. North America will be receiving the game a day earlier on July 3. The game is based on the board game of the same name, blending chess and Dungeon and Dragons into one game. In order to obtain victory, players must accumulate five victory points, which can be done in two ways: defeating an opponent or fleeing the dungeon. No price has been announced.

In addition to the release date, Hydravision Entertainment have released 12 new screenshots of the game, showcasing the gameplay elements. On the official website, players can retrieve tips if they get stuck on how to use their eight adventurers. The tips for the game come from the game creator himself, so you know these tips must be good.

 

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