Zeload.com announces Dungeon Viva
, a free-to-play web-based game expected to launch sometime this year, powered by the Unity 3D engine. From the description, this will be another installment in the newly burgeoning field of Dungeon Keeper-style games, as word is: "In Dungeon Viva, players are tasked with the role of powerful underlords – masters of underground dungeons to be exactly – and have to start from scratch to build their own mighty, monstrous empires." They also tout the game's social features: "The game is also crafted with a nice social touch in mind, in that players can not only challenge each other to their wits and skills, but are also requested to cooperate in order to beat certain quests. In addition, there is a wide range of features specifically designed to allow players showing off their uniqueness and achievements to their friends, such as the highly flexible avatar system, the richness of dungeon decorations, and the customizability of monsters, all of which give the players the ability to add their own personal flavor to their new, virtual home beneath the ground." The Dungeon Viva Website
is online with forums, a trailer
, and word to expect a Dungeon Viva Tower Defense game next month.