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Master of the Monster Lair

Master of the Monster Lair (DS) game cover art
Platform: DS
Genre: RPG (Fantasy)
Developer: Global A Entertainment
AKA: Dungeon Maker (EU), Dungeon Maker: Mahou no Shovel to Chiisana Yuusha (JP)

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Master of the Monster Lair review

Reviewed October 09, 2008

Jason Venter says: "The thing that keeps a person digging is the sense of ownership. Once you've crafted a beautiful maze, it's fun to return because then you'll get to see what monsters have decided to inhabit your dungeon. If you just built a few bland hallways, perhaps there will be some bats and maybe a boar or two. If you spruced things up with a trash heap, you'll find a slimy little guy. The undesirable tenants you attract are a better reward than virtual piles of gold or sparkling digital badges ever could have been."
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