‘Happy Dungeons’ now available via Xbox One Game Preview program

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Happy Dungeons, the next in a series of ‘Happy’ titles from developer Toylogic, is now available today as an Xbox One Game Preview title. The game, as a preview title, is still under development, and the developer is looking for your feedback in order to improve the game. At anytime you can visit the official Happy Dungeons site and provide feedback. The title is a free-to-play game that can be enjoyed by anyone with an Xbox Live Gold account.

With Happy Dungeons, up to 4 players can jump right into some action-RPG fun either solo or with friends (online or on-the-couch) to battle, crawl and look for loot. The thrilling sword fights are only part of the fun, and the adventure intensifies when you’re playing with your friends. And by that we are specifically talking about bringing the fun of “on-the-couch” play back! Nothing would make our team happier than to see and hear how much fun you’re all having sitting together, playing with your friends and making unforgettable memories.

Happy Dungeons is full of slapstick humor and funny looking items to offer you a very Happy time. The main story unfolds when an unsuspecting protagonist falls from a floating island and becomes a hero knight enlisted to save a princess, kidnapped by Goblins. There are many amusing side quests, such as recovering protein-filled cookies stolen by powered-up goblins or rescuing villagers who have been abducted and spellbound by aliens. Believe it or not, most of the stories are based on actual experiences that happened to members of our development team and our Director, Kurumiya-san, in particular. Of course, the real anecdotes have been adapted to include goblins, aliens and lots of jokes, but you can look forward to narratives that are based on real-life events of our team members!

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