Starting with, “Yes, it IS possible”.
Critical Studio’s Dungeonland isn’t your typical adventuring experience, as you’ll be working together with three friends in a dungeon-crawling structure while the fourth acts as the Game Master and attempts to trip you up with traps. Fortunately, Paradox Interactive has released a new dev diary that looks at overcoming the difficulties of the twisted theme park.
In Dungeonland, you’ll have the standard assortment of heroes with the Rogue, Warrior and Mage classes available for play with their own abilities. And if you play with friends, you’ll need to cooperate as much as possible since the Game Master can also deploy monsters and other obstacles to obstruct your progress and generally ruin your day.
Dungeonland is due out for PC this year, though an official release date is yet to be decided. Let’s see if its mechanics can set it apart from classics like Dungeon Defenders, Torchlight and the like when it releases.