New Trailer and Screenshots Spreads Light in the Dark Dungeon Depths. Can you dig it?
Paradox Interactive and Zeal Game Studio have learned a great deal about recording footage while underground, and has used those skills to publish a brand new E3 trailer and a series of screenshots of A Game of Dwarves.Overcoming the obstacles of subterranean lighting, dirt-caked lenses, and trying to buy new film in a treasure-based economy, they have provided the world with some early looks at dwarves in motion. Now, players everywhere can see just what they’re up against in the upcoming dwarf-management title, keeping tabs on a growing population of drunken miners.
"A Game of Dwarves Bedtime Story Trailer" features gameplay, dwarves, and over the top accents, telling the magnificent story of the rise and fall of the expansive (though not particularly tall) Dwarven empire, alluding to their glorious return to power and giving us a glimpse of the dark side of the Dwarven universe.
To view the brand new E3 trailer "A Game of Dwarves Bedtime Story Trailer” click here:
About A Game of Dwarves
You are never safe, fool! Utilizing a combination of strategy and management, A Game of Dwarves generates a unique world each time a new level starts. Enter a dwarven settlement to dig, build, and conduct research. With a careful hand, players will need to level up their poor and weak dwarflings to near immortal warriors, or master craftsmen, and make them gather rare resources deep in the earth. Defend your dwarves from terrible beasts living in the depths of the world and make sure to adapt your strategy and tactic because underground, no one knows what to expect. Tread carefully though, the deeper you dig the more dangerous foes you might unleash…
Explore – The randomly generated maps will always keep the content fresh and increase the sense of exploration when digging through the earth.
Build – The things that the player can build in-game are not only practical, but their designs are varied and pretty too! This allows the player to build the objects they personally think look great, while still gaining progress. Home is where the art is.
Command – With the order system the player can easily control oodles of dwarves simultaneously without the need for extensive micro management.
GENRE: Simulator, Strategy, Management Game
RELEASE DATE: Q3 2012