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Dandy Dungeon gets free DLC, doubling the game’s size

And it’s on sale right now.

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Onion Games’ strange yet charming rogue-like puzzle game Dandy Dungeon received a massive update for Nintendo Switch on Thursday morning. The free update, that’s right, free update, dubbed, Dandy Dungeon II: The Phantom Bride, was announced by Onion Games on Twitter and doubles the size of the 796MB game. Now these are the type of developers fans can get behind.

https://twitter.com/oniongames/status/1245759894541815809

Here’s what’s included in the free update:

  • More than 90 dungeon types, more than 560 weapons and armors, and more than 260+ monsters!
  • More than 130 original tracks of new music!
  • Heaven’s Door: A brand new 99-floor, post-game dungeon challenge!
  • Collaborations with world-renowned Final Fantasy Composer Nobuo Uematsu and Touhou Project’s Zun!

Originally released for the Nintendo Switch on June 27, 2019, Dandy Dungeon – Legend of Brave Yamada, follows Yamada-kun, a 36 year old programmer working for a top game developer who absolutely hates his job. Yamanda secretly works on his own game every night, a dungeon delving RPG where he’s the hero–Brave Yamada–that fights legions of monsters to rescue his love, the beautiful princess Maria.

You can purchase the game today at its sale price of only $13.29.

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