Dandy Dungeon: The Legend of Brave Yamada may be a delightful, formerly free-to-play mobile game that’s found new life on Switch and Steam. It’s cute, it’s funny, it is a bit creepy, but ultimately it’s loaded with heart. The puzzle dungeon crawler from Onion Games removed the microtransactions for its console and PC debut but launched without one among the foremost significant portions of the free original. For those that flocked to the sport when it had been only available on smartphones, they were rewarded with a loose complete sequel titled Dandy Dungeon II: The Phantom Bride. On April 2, console and PC players will finally be ready to experience the whole Dandy Dungeon saga.
The Phantom Bride quite doubles the dimensions of the first game, adding new dungeons, costumes, bosses, and music, including a collaboration with Final Fantasy composer Nobuo Uematsu and Touhou Project’s Zun. And a bit like with the free original, owners of Dandy Dungeon will get access to the sequel for free of charge.