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This release adds an array of new objects to the game engine. These include new furniture, grave yard items, resources and more.

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Hello Dungeon Masters!

The release from yesterday, November 23 adds an array of new objects to the game. You can find these objects in the editor and create your own levels to place them. Some of these objects can be crafted, and the crafting recipes will be made available soon.

The new objects include:

A wooden bench, wooden chair, small wooden table, large wooden table, round wooden table, buffet, 3 books, a scroll, a plate, a diamond, spider venom, 2 tomb stones, a stone cross, an anvil, a candle stand, and a stone crypt:

The next screenshot puts some of these objects into perspective showing them in a dungeon setting:

What's next ? ... a bit more art I think. I have some new trees to add to the engine.

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PetrenkaPie
PetrenkaPie

looks like heroquest =)

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TwinBeast
TwinBeast

I was thinking the same thing.

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w01fram Author
w01fram

I was thinking the same thing hehe ... I love hero quest, and Dungeon Colony is partially inspired by it.

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SniperCharlie
SniperCharlie

I like it:)

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***Geroj***
***Geroj***

Nice work

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SeriousToni
SeriousToni

I really like the graphics of this game the most! Nice work!

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