You might have heard of the 1997 PC game Dungeon Keeper from developer Bullfrog, which was a classic that let you build your own dungeon using a variety of traps and monsters to prevent invaders from breaking in and stealing your loot. Over the years, the game has gathered almost a cult-like fan base, which was why there was a huge backlash when EA decided to bring it back as a free-to-play game on mobile in 2014. Actually, that backlash is comparable to what was received by the more recent announcement of Diablo Immortal.

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EA's Dungeon Keeper on mobile was met with a huge backlash from fans

Fortunately, in 2015, two-person studio Valsar launched a Dungeon Keeper-like game titled Dungeon Warfare on Steam, which was highly acclaimed at the time. In August of the following year, this game made its way to mobile and was also well-received on the new platform.

Fast forward to last July, Valsar once again launched a brand new sequel for Dungeon Warfare titled Dungeon Warfare 2 on Steam. This game improved upon every aspect of its predecessor and also achieved great success. It features over 60 handcrafted levels in addition to an infinite number of procedurally-generated dungeons. Moreover, there are more than 30 types of enemies, each with its own unique traits, as well as several bosses for you to overcome.

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Dungeon Warfare 2 is a new take on the formula set by the classic Dungeon Keeper

To deal with all these enemies, you have 33 traps at your disposal, and each trap comes with 8 distinct traits. As you progress, you will earn experience to get upgrades for your traps as well as skill points to unlock new skills. Speaking of skills, you’ll have access to a total of 33 (again) of them, which are divided into 3 trees of 11 each.

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Now, the developer has brought Dungeon Warfare 2 to mobile devices as a premium purchase that will set you back $4.99 (Rs. 345) if you want to get it. It’s well worth the money though, since you won’t have to deal with any annoying ads or greedy IAPs that have been a plague among the free mobile games for a long time.