Dungeonmen: Men of Dungeons announced, playable
Developers K.F. Harlock and Shizuma have been working on a jRPG-style dungeon delver called Dungeonmen: Men of Dungeons. Harlock describes the game as follows:
“Dungeonmen: Men of Dungeons” is an RPG that mixes classic dungeon-crawling mechanics with the design sensibilities of 16-bit JRPGs. In it, you can build a team of up to 40 heroes, selecting from among twelve unique classes such as Knight, Ninja, Pirate, Samurai, Crusader, Hunter, and more,, each with ten distinct abilities. Moreover, each class has a unique ability that helps with navigating the dungeon itself, such as lighting up dark hallways, sending a parrot back to town to shop for you, or disarming traps! Only those who can master this complex array of dungeoneering challenges will survive to face the final showdown with Zagon, the destroyer of worlds!
The developers state that the game is currently in beta; however, there is already a playable version available for free right here. They were also good enough to release a manual to help you navigate the enormous array of options present in the game: nab that here.