Super Dungeon Bros is now available

React Games and Wired Productions announced today that their rock-‘n’-roll inspired co-op dungeon brawler Super Dungeon Bros is now available worldwide. To celebrate the game’s long-awaited debut, a headbangin’ new trailer was released today that showcases its Brotacular co-op gameplay.

Leo Zullo, Managing Director at Wired Productions, said:

“We’re delighted to finally see the game hitting shelves and digital storefronts around the world. Super Dungeon Bros is a brilliantly fun game to play – whether that’s as a single player experience, in co-op or with three other bros in tow. It’s all about having fun and it’s no exaggeration to say that Super Dungeon Bros turns it up to eleven!”

Brad Moss, CEO at React Games, added:

“The game is the result of a tremendous ongoing effort by the React Games team. Super Dungeon Bros began life as a concept over two years ago, and to see the game now available at retail is a truly humbling experience; we can’t wait to share it with fans who have waited patiently to finally get their hands on the finished product.”

Super Dungeon Bros is a multiplayer-centric title in which a band of heavy metal heroes are summoned to embark on a quest from the Gods of Rock. Their mission is to navigate the fantasy realm of Rökheim and seek out epic loot, vanquish hordes of evil undead and uncover the legends of long lost fabled rock stars.

Players can rock out on or offline with four other players. Legendary tools of destruction can be individually leveled up to carry progress across sessions, and players can unleash weapon-specific co-op attacks that grow in power as others join in.

The game features three unique and challenging worlds. Players will explore the rock-themed realm of Rökheim and dive deep into the worlds of Cryptheim (an underground dungeon complex), Chillheim (a brewery built upon a natural brew geyser) and Bogheim (a sprawling jungle filled with poisonous plants and animals).

Enjoy!

John Papadopoulos

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