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The Fall of the Dungeon Guardians is a ‪role playing‬, ‪strategy‬ game released. Introduction : The Fall of the Dungeon Guardians is an RPG Dungeon Crawler game, in First Person View, inspired by classics like Dungeon Master™ and Might & Magic®, but featuring a modern combat system based on the triptych “tank/damage dealer/healer” mechanism. Story : You’re a newly employed guard of a prison deep inside a dungeon. The night of your arrival, strange things happen and when you wake up in the morning, all prisoners have escaped amidst chaos. The warden wisely decides to leave the dungeon as quickly as possible, while tasking you to run after the escaping prisoners. You then assemble your team and venture into the mysterious dungeon. A Call For Adventure : Enter a big, massive dungeon, full of danger, mystery and secrets. Fight your way through hordes of enemies and powerful creatures. Explore intricate corridors, underground palaces, mines fallen into oblivion and evil crypts. Solve puzzles, avoid deadly traps, uncover hidden passages, and keep your bearing through mazes & hallways. Character Building : You’ll take command of a party of 4 guardians. Each guardian comes with a set of spells & abilities, with new ones appearing over the course of the adventure. For each new level reached, the guardians get a point to use in their talent trees, allowing them to reinforce their abilities or gain new powers. There are 4 classes to choose from: the warrior, the healer, the mage & the rogue. Each class has 3 specializations represented by a talent tree, and each specialization comes with its own set of abilities. So you have 12 base build-ups. In addition, your guardians can choose freely to spend their talent points in any of the 3 specializations of their class, allowing for even more varied set-ups. The dungeon is filled with loot: epic armors, legendary weapons and mystical, magical items. Often when you kill a group of enemies, they’ll drop a random piece of equipment that one of your guardians can use, raising more and more of their powers. Evolved Combat System : The combat is focused on the triptych “tank/damage dealer/healer” mechanism, coupled with an exciting threat mechanism: your healer’s spells directly threaten all the enemies nearby, and thus your tank must use his abilities to attract their wrath and protect the healer. The tank must then be able to mitigate a lot of the enemy damage using his defensive skills. Your last 2 guardians will be the damage dealers, trying to kill the enemies as fast as possible, while they’re busy with the tank. All guardians get a lot of abilities and not only will using the right one at the right moment be essential to your party’s survival, but also combining different abilities in sequence to maximize their efficiency will be required to vanquish your strongest foes. It sounds like a lot, but fortunately the game comes with an active pause: you can pause the game whenever you feel like it, check everything, queue the next abilities for your guardians, and then resume the game. You don’t like tanks, or you don’t like pausing the game? No problem, just lower the game difficulty, and you’ll be able to play without a real tank or pausing. You can precisely tune the difficulty at any time during your exploration. Unlike old-school FPV Dungeon Crawlers, you don’t have to strafe-turn-strafe-turn all the time in Dungeon Guardians. Your tank comes with serious defensive skills (armor, dodge & parry) that let him handle most of the enemy attacks, as long as the healer backs him up. So most fights are done while standing your ground. However, occasionally your whole party will have to dodge some extremely powerful enemy attacks, usually by walking back, so you’ll still need some moving reflexes and awareness of your surroundings during the fights. Built-in Map editor & Modding : The game comes with a full featured map editor, letting you create your own dungeons. The basics are very simple, but a bit of learning will be required to handle the more advanced puzzle mechanisms. Additionally, with the Modding SDK, you’ll be able to fine-tune the existing enemies, classes, specializations, abilities, talents, gear, and enchantments, and with a bit of dedication you should be able to add your own, and even add sound FX or music. Game Features : - 4-character Party - Grid-based movement : your party moves 1 square at the time, and turns by a quarter - First person view - 4 classes, 12 specializations - 5 playable races : human, dwarf, elf, dark elf, halfling - Active pause (ie: you can pause the game and still queue commands for your party members), and numerous optional auto-pauses - 25-50 hours of gameplay, depending on your own skills and the difficulty settings - 20 bosses - 100 kinds of creatures (including variations) - Puzzles (the few ones required to finish the game are easy to solve) - A lot of tactical combat - Built-in Map Editor & Modding support Reviews : “The combat is exquisitely balanced. Yes, it relies on the generic trio of a tank to absorb enemy attacks, a healer to keep the tank standing, and two damage-dealers to take out the actual enemies. Yes, that’s a bit of an unexpected approach for a game that’s so old school in every other aspect. But it works so shockingly well, it’ll give you a brand new appreciation to the entire mechanic.” 4/5 – IndieGameReviewer http://indiegamereviewer.com/review-the-fall-of-the-dungeon-guardians/ “By addressing most of the shortcomings found in old school 3D dungeon crawlers, Mana Games has created an addictive adventure game worth exploring.” B+ – Defunct Games http://www.defunctgames.com/courant/951/the-fall-of-the-dungeon-guardians Let's Play : “The Fall Of The Dungeon Guardians is a fantastic take on the First Person Dungeon Crawlers of old. ... It's a wonderful blend of so many different things and it's presented beautifully.” Let's Play – BumpyMcSquigums https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dlqind6hAEA.

System Requirements

System requirements for desktop computers as stated by the developer. Updated on November 30, 2020.

Minimum:
  • Operating System: Xbox One, Windows 10 version 10240.0 or higher
  • Memory (RAM): 4 GB
  • Graphics Processing Unit: 1 GB
  • Processor: 2 Ghz
Recommended:
  • Operating System: Xbox One, Windows 10 version 10240.0 or higher
  • Memory (RAM): 4 GB
  • Graphics Processing Unit: 2 GB
  • Processor: 3 Ghz

The Fall of the Dungeon Guardians Laptop Requirements

The system requirements are modest, but it's recommended to have a dedicated graphics processing unit for successfully playing TFotDG. GeForce GTX 760 Ti OEM or better mobile GPU is required.

Best Gaming Laptops for TFotDG

These laptops meet the recommended system requirements and let you enjoy the game on high graphics settings without lag and stutter.

Acer Predator Helios 300
Acer Predator Helios 300
NH.Q7YAA.004
$1,168.99
ASUS TUF
ASUS TUF
FX505GT-AB73
$878.00
Acer ConceptD 3 Ezel CC314-72G-72SX
Acer ConceptD 3 Ezel CC314-72G-72SX
NX.C5HAA.001
$1,499.99
$1,249.99
ASUS UX534FTC-AS77
ASUS UX534FTC-AS77
Intel Core i7-10510U
$1,199.99
$1,123.12
Lenovo Legion 5
Lenovo Legion 5
82B1000AUS
$1,048.99
Lenovo Ideapad L340
Lenovo Ideapad L340
81LK00HDUS
$969.99
$736.00
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Budget Laptops for TFotDG

These cheaper options meet the minimum system requirements stated by the developer. You may need to lower the graphics settings or the in-game resolution to run the game smoothly.

Lenovo IdeaPad 3
Lenovo IdeaPad 3
81W0003QUS
$465.00
$459.76
Lenovo Flex 14 2-in-1
Lenovo Flex 14 2-in-1
81SS000DUS
$689.00
$688.30
ASUS F512DA-EB51
ASUS F512DA-EB51
AMD Ryzen 5 3500U
$560.00
$479.99
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These recommendations are based on technical details and requirements. We can't guarantee that the game will run on every laptop.