Fans of either the Dungeon Link game from Gamevil or Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time series now have some good news as a new update from Gamevil that is now available has the two franchises coming together. This means that your favorite Adventure Time characters are now available to play within the Dungeon Link game.
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Gamevil has released details regarding their next update for their Puzzle-RPG title Dungeon Link. This update will open up one new zone at least, add a few new story heroes, and also feature plenty of game balancing tweak. Another much requested feature that is being added is the ability to use multiple heroes in multiple attempts to enhance your hero to +5, but doing it all at once instead of individually.
Gamevil rather popular multiplayer Puzzle-RPG title has received a new update today pushing it to version 1.2.5. This update adds two whole new stages to the game over on the Skyheim side of the map. Along with that, there are new heroes available including one that is specifically only for Android users.
People who play Gamevil’s Puzzle-RPG called Dungeon Link have been waiting for a few particular features to show up in the game since its initial release. Today Dungeon Link has been updated and one of the more requested features has finally arrived this morning, which is the additional of a fully functioning Guild system.
So we have teamed up with Gamevil to offer players of Dungeon Link, their Puzzle-RPG that was recently globally launched onto Android, some free in-game stuff in order to help players out with a little extra bit of goodies. Before getting all crazy though there is one stipulation for this and that is you have to be playing on the US server.
While only residents of a select few regions can play Mortal Kombat X on Android right now, another game has launched globally instead. After a couple rounds of closed beta testing, and a two week early release in select regions as well, Dungeon Link is now available for everyone. This also means that if you pre-registered for this game, or happened to be in the closed betas, should have already received your reward codes and can now redeem them if you haven’t already.
Gamevil’s Puzzle-RPG title Dungeon Link has an official release date now. Developed by Kong Studios, and being published by Gamevil, Dungeon Link had been in a closed beta testing phase up until recently. With the closed beta now over, the release date has been officially confirmed for the game’s worldwide release.
When people here the term Puzzle-RPG, generally one thinks of an RPG title meshed with a match-3 puzzle game. Dungeon Link from Gamevil is a Puzzle-RPG but is actually a bit of a different type of game then you would think with it being in that genre. In fact the puzzle aspect of this game is actually a lot more action-based then you would expect it to be.