Player versus Player (PvP): No
Player base: Low
Type: Browser MMO Game
Have you ever wanted to control your own dungeon? Lay out traps, summon deadly monsters and lure in unsuspecting adventurers to their certain doom? Well now you can with this browser-based MMO game, Dungeon Inquisitor. Dungeon Inquisitor gives players the opportunity to take on the role of a dungeon master, plotting evil deeds to gain the spoils left behind by terrified adventurers.
Dungeon Inquisitor Review
One of the main objectives of Dungeon Inquisitor is to trap, right and capture various intruders that enter your dungeon. At the start of your dungeon master career basic peasants will explore your dungeon with the hopes of finding enough treasure to escape poverty, but it’s up to you to ensure your traps and minions don’t allow them to leave. Once you’ve managed to capture a number of peasants you can interrogate them to get a variety of useful information.
The information they give you can lead to a variety of different outcomes. Some of them will tell you what riches their relatives most desire, giving you the tools to lure more unsuspecting victims into your evil clutches. Sometimes interrogating your prisoners can also lead to unique quests and events that will give you the opportunity to improve your dungeon, attract more prisoners or gain extra units.
Some prisoners can even be converted to become loyal followers, joining your army and helping to trap future adventurers. Every individual that you trap inside your dungeon is a unique unit that can join your army, offering a massive potential for variety of your monstrous army. You’re also able to recruit spies that you can send to surrounding villages. These spies can help teach you what rare treasures and items appeal most to the locals, giving you the intel you need to trap even more people in your demonic walls.