Thanks to a cleverly designed set of floor tiles, the original Dungeonbowl boardgame allowed a player to build his own dungeon for a game. At the end of the match, the tiles could be stacked up and used to build a completely different dungeon for the next game. Given that the layout of the dungeon is a key element in this underground version of Blood Bowl, we believed it was necessary to offer the same freedom of design in our video game adaptation.
Official dungeons created by Cyanide’s Dungeonbowl team offering all the fun of the Dungeonbowl, will be included in the game.
However, the real enjoyment will come from those settings floor plans created using the dungeon editor. Players will be able to design the most Machiavellian of layouts, combining different playing surfaces, walls, decorations, assorted items… and share it online.
By offering a dungeon editor in Dungeonbowl, we wished to let the collective imagination of the Dungeonbowl community run wild creating endless dungeons to play Blood Bowl in!