Quest Drop today launched the free-to-play dungeon-crawling puzzle mobile RPG, Chain Dungeons, in Southeast Asia. Being one of the third-highest grossing iOS games and the top grossing trivia Android game in Taiwan, the game has been launched in Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand. Chain Dungeons has language support for English, Thai, and Bahasa Indonesia.
Known as Pocolon Dungeons (ポコロンダンジョンズ) in Japan, Chain Dungeons has been developed especially for the puzzle lovers. Players will be able to explore dungeons and fight monsters for treasure simply by matching tiles of the same color. The longer the tile chain, the stronger the attack! Take on the role of a brave adventurer now, and dive head first into the monster-filled dungeons!
Monsters in Chain Dungeons are both friend and foe. Defeating a monster in the dungeon makes it drop an egg, gold or materials. Eggs hatch into adorable monsters players can add to their dungeon-crawling team, while gold and materials can be used to strengthen existing weapons or armor or forge new ones. Monsters can also be levelled up or evolved by combining them.
Chain Dungeons has an attack system based on four elements: fire, water, lightning and earth. Each element has its own strengths and weaknesses. Every monster and equipment in the game – weapons, armor or helmets – is assigned its own element. Therefore, picking the correct monsters and the right weapons can potentially give players a huge advantage over enemies in dungeons.
Forging and leveling!
Weapons and armor can be forged from materials dropped by monsters. There are several weapon types, allowing players to choose weapons that best suit their preferred battle style. These weapons and armor can also be evolved to stronger forms later when players obtain the right materials. Monsters can be evolved the same way if players have the right monsters in your collection.
Chain Dungeons also features a multiplayer mode where players can team up in parties of 4 to crawl special raid dungeons together. Multiplayer mode is synchronous and turn-based, similar to popular games like Monster Strike but with a uniquely different dungeon system. The dungeon crawling mechanic in Chain Dungeons creates a richly immersive atmosphere not unlike an AAA MMORPG.