Ant Workshop are chuffed to announce that Dungeon Golf has today launched into Early Access on Steam!
Broadcast LIVE from the Dungeon Golf Network (somehow the only television network dedicated to dungeon-related sports), this madcap multiplayer party game puts the “crazy” in crazy golf, inviting players to a sporting extravaganza that’s frankly un-fore-gettable.
Whack your way through lava, traps, and monsters to become the ultimate Dungeon Golf champ, using the dungeon’s dastardly surroundings and an assortment of special skills to one up your pals and unlock new abilities, courses, and so much more. Challenge up to three friends to brave the chaos online or pass the pad in local multiplayer. No chums? No stress! There’s a rollicking story to tour on your lonesome in Quest Mode. It might even be better than Shakespeare. Possibly.
Choose from a cast of 8 wacky characters, each with their own unique moves and strategies. Maybe you vibe with the anthropomorphic musical frog. How about the buff barbarian, or the teenage influencer who’s also a skeleton? Explore your options and find your favourite. There’s a ludicrous amount to discover, with Early Access bringing oodles more in the coming months – from courses, modes, monsters, technical improvements, and golf knows what else.
Tony Gowland, Founder of Ant Workshop, said: “I’m really excited (and a little bit tired) that you’ll all be able to join the fine people of Gamescom in getting obsessed over beating your Golf Quest scores, and laughing as you smash your friends off the course for the hundredth time. It’s been a crazy ride from an idea while playing minigolf with my family, to Valve featuring us during Next Fest and Awesome Indies at Gamescom. We can’t wait to show you everything coming next!”
Dungeon Golf is available now on Steam for £14.99/$16.99/€16.99, with a launch week discount of 20%. Many goblins and fire golems were harmed in the making of this game.
About Ant Workshop
Ant Workshop is a BAFTA, Develop, and TIGA Award nominated studio founded in January 2015 by Tony Gowland to focus on developing original IP full of character and with a quirky sense of humour. As well as their own titles, they’ve also helped bring over a dozen cool games, like John Wick Hex, Yes Your Grace, and Thomas Was Alone, to current and next generation console platforms.