Christmas has arrived in Dungeons and its sequel The Dark Lord

by: Travis -
It's time to celebrate Christmas in Dungeons and the sequel Dungeons - The Dark Lord with holiday themed content including evil snowmen and goblins wearing Santa hats. The Christmas themed update is available now as a free download through Steam. Some of the additions from the update will only be around till January 1, while a few will be included permanently for future use. Check out the complete list of features below:
 
Available from 19th December until 1st January, 2012
  • New Christmas background image in main menu
  • Christmas theme can be enabled/disabled at any time via the menu
  • All debris in the dungeon is Christmas-themed, including snow debris and piles of presents (only in the catacomb settings)
  • Two new prestige gimmicks: fireplace and evil snowman
  • All goblins wear Santa hats
  • The catacomb setting of all dungeons (excluding “Hell” and “Temple”) include snow/ice on the floor/ceiling to make it more seasonal
Available permanently
  • Enable the new single player “Pinata” game mode in all custom maps
  • New "It's Christmas" map that uses the above features the whole year round. Also the heroes in this map don't drop gold but presents. These presents can be sold to a special merchant in the map in the order to gain gold.
Dungeons and Dungeons - The Dark Lord are currently available for Windows PC.

Slay-bells are Ringing! Free New Christmas Content for "Dungeons" and "Dungeons – The Dark Lord"
 
Ridgewood, NJ, December 19, 2011  – The weather *inside* is frightful, as today there’s  a new (free) Christmas-themed update for Dungeons and Dungeons – The Dark Lord, the critically acclaimed dungeon building strategy games from Kalypso Media. The new DLC, available for free immediately via Steam (www.steampowered.com), adds plenty of holiday-themed fun to the games; including new decorations, gimmicks and settings.  So jump on your sleigh and grab this new content, as much of it is only available from today through January 1, 2012.
 
Available from 19th December until 1st January, 2012 –
  • New Christmas background image in main menu
  • Christmas theme can be enabled/disabled at any time via the menu
  • All debris in the dungeon is Christmas-themed, including snow debris and piles of presents (only in the catacomb settings)
  • Two new prestige gimmicks: fireplace and evil snowman
  • All goblins wear Santa hats
  • The catacomb setting of all dungeons (excluding “Hell” and “Temple”) include snow/ice on the floor/ceiling to make it more seasonal
Available permanently –
  • Enable the new single player “Pinata” game mode in all custom maps
  • New "It's Christmas" map that uses the above features the whole year round. Also the heroes in this map don't drop gold but presents. These presents can be sold to a special merchant in the map in the order to gain gold.
For more information about Dungeons and Dungeons – The Dark Lord, please visit: www.dungeons-game.com
 
About The Kalypso Media Group
 
Founded in 2006 in Germany by industry veterans Simon Hellwig and Stefan Marcinek, Kalypso Media is a global, independent developer, marketer and publisher of interactive entertainment software with 120 employees world-wide
 
Along with Headquarters in Worms, Germany, the company has offices in the United Kingdom and the United States.  Kalypso Media also enjoys very strong global digital distribution through its Kalypso Media Digital Ltd. Subsidiary, and owns three development studios – Realmforge Studios GmbH, Gaming Minds Studios GmbH and Noumena Studios GmbH – and works with multiple leading independent developers.
 
Kalypso Media‘s recent titles include the critically acclaimed Tropico 4, Air Conflicts: Secret Wars and Boulder Dash XL for Xbox 360, and Dungeons – The Dark Lord for Windows PC. Upcoming multi-platform titles include The Dark Eye – Demonicon and Port Royale 3, along with Legends of Pegasus and Jagged Alliance: Back in Action for PC. Further information about Kalypso Media is available at http://www.kalypsomedia.com.
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