Dungeon Runners was a fast-paced action MMORPG from NCSoft that used tongue-in-cheek humor alongside familiar MMO game mechanics to provide players with an amusing and entertaining gaming experience. The game was free to play without limitations, though an optional monthly subscription was available for added benefits. Gameplay was very much like Diablo, with instanced dungeons, only three character classes, and no healer class. Dungeon Runners was shut down in January of 2010.
Come January 1st, 2010 Dungeon Runners will be shutting down. In a letter to the community on the official Dungeon Runners website, DR Producer & Lead Programmer Stephen Nichols informs us in a brutally honest, and yes, even slightly humorous letter that Dungeon Runners is simply not "cutting the mustard" and will be shut down.
Friday saw the launch of Chunk 4 for NCsoft's Free2Play MMORPG, Dungeon Runners.
MMORPG.com's Carolyn Koh was at the recent Penny Arcade Expo and dropped by to speak with Alan Dunkin of DUngeon Runners. In thsi report, she tells us about the game and the upcoming Chunk #4 Update.
MMORPG.com recently caught up with NCsoft's Albert Kanan to talk about the launch of a Dungeon Runners retail box and what that means for players.
NCsoft has created a new promotional video for Dungeon Runners which highlights the value of an MMOG that is free or costs only $5 per month to be a member.
The folks at Dungeon Runners have announced that they will be holding a Bling Gnome parade on Friday July 18th.
NCsoft has announced the release of Chunk 3, the latest update for Dungeon Runners which adds new skills and quests, as well as improvements to PvP, and enhanced membership benefits.
The team from NCsoft's Dungeon Runners has provided us with this new and exclusive gameplay video.
The team behind Dungeon Runners has started a new website and is encouraging players to give their suggestions for the game.
MMORPG.com's Joe Iuliani pens this review of NCsoft's free-to-play MMORPG, Dungeon Runners.