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Canadians can play Dungeon Keeper right now

By , on October 16, 2013
Last modified 4 years, 8 months ago

An all-new iOS version of Dungeon Keeper has just been soft-launched on the Canadian App Store. 

Based on Peter Molyneux's isometric strategy classic from 1997, this new interpretation of Dungeon Keeper puts you in charge of managing and maintaining a subterranean lair full of workshy imps and other nasties.

This time around, you control the infamous Hand of Evil with your finger, allowing you to remodel your dungeon with a swipe, and redistribute troops to deal with pesky heroic invaders.

It should come as no surprise to anyone that EA has built Dungeon Keeper to be a free-to-play experience. So, expect to come face-to-face with wait timers during your construction projects.

Though some may balk at the though of in-app purchases messing up their minion management, early feedback suggests that developer Mythic Entertainment has recaptured some of the humour that gave the series so much character.

Residents of Canada can get Dungeon Keeper free from the App Store right now. It shouldn't be too long before the game goes global, however, so the rest of us will just have to sit tight until then.