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 Mar 01, 2005 - 09:26 AM - by Michael
* Dungeon Lords Beta Opens Up

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Dreamcatcher Games sends word that they're looking for more beta testers for Dungeon Lords:

DreamCatcher?s Dungeon Lords Reaches Beta Status

Announces Additional Call for Beta Test Applications

Toronto, ON ? March 1, 2005 ? DreamCatcher Games today announced Dungeon Lords, an epic Combat RPG from D.W. Bradley and Heuristic Park, has reached beta status. To mark the occasion, DreamCatcher is holding a final call-for-entries for participants in the official public beta test.

The Dungeon Lords beta test sign-up form will be available at, opening today at 12 p.m. EST and closing tomorrow at 12 p.m. EST. International entries are welcomed and encouraged. Applications from the 2004 call-for-entries are still active and under consideration. Following the registration period, DreamCatcher will randomly select testers based on a variety of system configurations and locations.

Dedicated to an April release, the creative minds at Heuristic Park have been busy adding a significant amount of content, story and combat to the game. Recent press previews have lauded Dungeon Lords as one of the genre?s most promising prospects of 2005. As the fan-base continues to grow, DreamCatcher is happy to invite additional beta test applicants and gain a wider base of valuable feedback from around the world.

Dungeon Lords Game Features:

? The depth of an epic Fantasy RPG with the flexibility of an FPS-style control system.

? 7 playable races including humans, elves and dwarves and also a number of non-human ?demi-goth? races.

? 4 schools of magic ? Arcane, Celestial, Rune and Nether.

? Co-operative multiplayer, supporting up to 8 people at once over LAN or Internet.

? Created by award-winning developer, D.W. Bradley and Heuristic Park.

Dungeon Lords ships on April 20th, 2005 with an ESRB of ?T? for Teen in North American and a 12+ in Europe. For more information, or to pre-order Dungeon Lords, visit


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