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The dungeon crawler. It's a time-honored tradition amongst gamers. Whether we're talking Dungeon Siege, Titan Quest or the more casual-friendly FATE, nearly everyone has played a game about killing orcs and selling pants. Well - almost everyone. The genre has always seemed more intimidating than need be, and Torchlight is looking to change that. We don't want to go out on a limb here, but this might just be the first dungeon-crawler that's fun, simple, and accessible to everyone.

Torchlight is free for 48 hours

Jun 18, 2013

 

Looking for a great hack’n’slash dungeon crawl that even gives Diablo a run for it’s money? GOG.com has kicked off their 2013 #noDRM Summer Sale, and to celebrate, they’re offering Torchlight for free for the first 48 hours.

 

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Humble Indie Bundle 6 is upon us

Sep 18, 2012

Just when you thought your wallet was safe, the sixth Humble Indie Bundle has gone live. Featuring an appropriate total of six games – one of which can only be unlocked if you pay more than the average – it’s the perfect chance for you to nab some fantastic indie titles as we await the onslaught of holiday releases. 

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Torchlight Walkthrough

Dec 7, 2009

Welcome to Gamezebo's strategy guide for Torchlight. MAIN MENUHere are explanations of all the options you'll see on the main menu. New Character: Start a new quest with a new character. Load Character: Resume your story with a previous character.Settings - Check each box to apply Full Screen: Keeps the game covering your entire screen or puts it into windowed modeRimlights: Cast light behind objects to give special lighting effects Antialiasing: Keeps the graphics sharp by mer... Read more »
 

Torchlight Review

Nov 8, 2009

The dungeon crawler. It's a time-honored tradition amongst gamers. Whether we're talking Dungeon Siege, Titan Quest or the more casual-friendly FATE, nearly everyone has played a game about killing orcs and selling pants. Well - almost everyone. The genre has always seemed more intimidating than need be, and Torchlight is looking to change that. We don't want to go out on a limb here, but this might just be the first dungeon-crawler that's fun, simple, and accessible to everyone.

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