Day 36 – Dungeon Hunter 5

I’ve recently seen adverts for Dungeon Hunter 5 and I really liked the look of what was on offer. In fact, they were enough to inspire me to download it. Initially I was disappointed, the gameplay was nothing like what was advertised, however, this is an impressive mobile RPG.

Dungeon Hunter 5

Compared to other mobile RPG’s I’ve played over the years, Dungeon Hunter 5 takes great advantage of the landscape, where going upstairs I could explore and immerse myself in my surroundings. I could drop down from ledges and unlike other non Hack N’Slash style RPG’s, I could smash boxes and break things for extra goodies.

Dungeon Hunter 5

The games graphics were superb and the cinematic cut-scenes were really clean and polished. There is a lot of content on offer and like other similar games, the amount of collectibles and upgrades on offer is vast. This game was simple to understand and get stuck right in, but advanced enough that you keep coming back for more.

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Download Dungeon Hunter 5

Dungeon Hunter 5 – Action RPG
Dungeon Hunter 5 – Action RPG
Developer: Gameloft
Price: Free+

Dungeon Hunter 5
Dungeon Hunter 5
Developer: Gameloft
Price: Free+

Dungeon Hunter 5
Dungeon Hunter 5
Developer: Gameloft.
Price: Free+

Editors Note: Not sure what the ’90 Day Challenge’ is all about? Take a read of this blog post, and all will become clearer. 

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Ben Woolf

Ben Woolf is a Co-founder and CEO at ANDi Games Ltd.

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