Dungeonland going free-to-play, current owners to get upgraded


By on November 14, 2013 at 8:09 am

Paradox have announced that their theme-park-cum-dungeon-master sim Dungeonland is going free-to-play, starting right now on Steam.

Free players get access to only one of the game’s stages, but upgrading to the All Access Pass — currently $4.99 — unlocks the rest of them.

If you’ve previously purchased the game at all, you will automatically be upgraded to the All Access Pass edition, and all existing copies of the game will also be upgraded.

Find Dungeonland on Steam here. You may also enjoy reading our review, which can be found here.

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I know this is actually a legitimate phrase in English but I’ll be damned if it doesn’t make me giggle.


What they mean to say is that the base game is now a demo.. and if you like what you see you can upgrade it to the full game.. it’s like Live Arcade or dare we say it Shareware :p

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