Today Paradox Interactive released their new cooperative hack-and-slash game "Dungeonland" on the PC. The game is available for purchase on several sites, but it requires Steam to install and play. It is priced at $9.99 across the board, with a four-pack available for $29.99 if you want to split the cost with some friends.
Developed by Critical Studio, "Dungeonland" allows up to three players to play cooperatively as the Rogue, the Warrior, and the Mage as you navigate the evil Dungeon Maestro's deadly medieval theme park. Best of all, an additional player can control the Dungeon Maestro himself, allowing for all kinds of competitive multiplayer mayhem.
To celebrate the release of the game, Paradox Interactive unveiled a new trailer. You can find it at the bottom of this article.
The game comes with 36 Steam achievements. It also has full controller support, which means it should work with Steam's new Big Picture mode as well.