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Dungeon Fighter


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  • A unique, fully cooperative, dexterity-based dungeon-themed board game
  • or 1?6 players, and playable in under an hour
  • Includes a four-piece target board, a cardboard tower, nearly 150 cards and reference sheets, and more
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 12.2 x 12.2 x 3 inches ; 3.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.5 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0088I023G
  • Item model number: HB05
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 13 - 15 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #220,816 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
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Dungeon Fighter

From the Manufacturer

Dungeon Fighter is a fully cooperative board game for one to six players that combines dexterity, adventure, and a healthy dose of humor. Players take on the roles of heroes venturing deep into a three-tier dungeon. Along their way, they explore the dungeon, search its many rooms, and face endless hordes of vicious monsters. Where Dungeon Fighter stands apart is in its unique dexterity-based elements. Players take turns throwing dice at a colorful target board, often from several feet away! What’s more, randomly drawn dungeon effects may dictate that a player must throw his die behind his back, with his eyes closed, under his leg, or under any combination of (often hilarious) restrictions. Keep a steady hand a clear mind, and your team with emerge victorious!

Customer Reviews

You work with the other players to defeat the monsters.
Joanne M Krause
It takes some getting used to and the rules aren't always clear, but it's great fun.
T. Steinke
The artwork is awesome and the components are very well made.
Daniel

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Breaddrink on November 2, 2012
Pleasantly surprised to find the general quality of the game to be extremely high.
The cardboard pieces and extremely thick and well formed, though we did experience a couple of the tower sections splitting when building the tower for the first time. It seems like it will probably hold, regardless, but perhaps some slightly stronger tabs at the sides there would prevent that.
The printing on the cards and character sheets are amusing and bright, though the difference between green and blue (And no I'm not color blind) are hard to differentiate. Not a huge deal once you figure it out.

The only real problem we had was the instructions.
I've have never, not EVER read instructions so poorly written/translated.
I say translated, because it's a German game, and must come to the conclusion that the formatting and order of rule detail in the game manual is this poor due to a direct translation problem from German to English.
There's typos and explanations not on the pages that it tells you to turn to. The correlation and descriptions of what pieces do are random and wildly illogical, and have you returning to the instructions to read through again and again.
"See table on page 6" only to find it on page 7, etc etc...

If you've ever had the rules of a game related to you by a 6 year old kid, you'll know how they fixate on the first random thing that comes to mind, only to notice another piece/card/rule and then go on about that for a while, leaving you unsure what the hell the game is even about or how it basically functions.
This is how the instructions read back to us, and I can imagine it killing the game for some before they've ever been given the opportunity to give it a chance. It isn't even as if they're poorly constructed sentences.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By John Reed on July 10, 2013
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My fellow nerds and I play board games weekly. This is now regularly in our rotation. I've not really been that big of a fan of co-op style games as I love competition. However, you really feel like part of a team with this game and get a real sense of accomplishment when you beat the boss. Get good at bouncing dice, because this is a skill game. But it also involves a fair amount of strategy in how you create your party and who gets which colored die. Game time is pretty quick in this too. We usually get two in per night. Also, this is easy to get the girls to play. it has a very diverse audience.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Adam Currie on March 9, 2014
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Dungeon Fighter is an excellent game that pretty much anyone can enjoy. The gist is that you fight monsters by throwing dice and trying to hit a target. The closer to the center of the target your dice lands, the more damage you do to the monster you are fighting. You select a character and have different special abilities that may activate based on the color of dice you throw. The game is pretty difficult, depending on the layout of your dungeon (which is randomized each game) and the monsters you encounter (also randomized). You can manually adjust the difficulty by including more or fewer lower level monsters. Overall I'd recommend the game to anyone interested in some face to face family friendly fun, and I'd especially recommend it to people who enjoy fantasy or have played D&D, as they will get more of the jokes.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Matt Nichols on January 9, 2013
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This game is great fun.

Pros:
Payable within an hour
High quality components
Funny characters and monsters
The rules can easily be modified for younger players

Cons:
The instructions could be simplified and shortened
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By T. Steinke on December 28, 2012
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This is an amazing game. I played it with my family and even my young nephew can get involved. It's a great Party Game, full of plenty of laughs. It takes some getting used to and the rules aren't always clear, but it's great fun.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 12, 2013
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The first time I saw a review of this on the Dice Tower I knew I had to have this game. It pokes fun at the genre and is light hearted/silly while requiring you to have some good idea of how to toss the dice to get the desired outcome. I highly recommend this game.
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I was so excited for this game from the moment I heard about it. I didn't have a dexterity game in my collection and everything about this one seemed great. Rolling dice in creative ways to hit a target sounds like a lot of fun, I love rolling dice! The theme was a great boon to me. I love the goofy rulebook full of jokes. The art is attractive, stylish, and also goofy.

Yes, I read about how difficult it is but everyone who said it was difficult also said they had a great time and that's what I thought I was in for. Fun even in the face of inevitable defeat.

Our first game came after no practice so everybody just dove in the deep end and we got creamed...on the easiest difficulty. The first monster was an under the leg shot that threatened to KO the whole party. The first monster! We eventually recovered and got wiped on the first room on the second floor. Like I said, I thought it would be hard. But I didn't think it would be so hard we seemingly made no progress. Our last two monsters had no special rolling instructions so we were still missing with the normal bounce shot. I can't even imagine trying to combine some of the shots for a hit.

Now I get it, with practice this would get easier. This was our first game and we didn't even practice the basic bounce shot before jumping in. The problem is after getting brutalized this bad I think it is going to be hard to get the game to the table again for us to get better at it. It was suggested that this be more of a party game but unfortunately just the theme would put a lot of people off of it before the box even opened. It falls into that weird space where it is more of a fun party activity but the board game elements and theme would scare non-gamers away.
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