Day by day, month by month, as time goes on implacable like a judge in The Abandon Dungeon, life is not life as the song would say, but worse. Either by ignorance of the newcomers, or the existence of a glimmer of hope about getting out of this filthy place, the first few weeks have nothing to do with the rest of the stay of our troubled inmates. Only watching their worn out faces among the rusty bars of their tiny, stinky cell, one can check the calvary that each inmate have to suffer. The absence of any sensory stimulus and contact with the external world completely undermine the already fragile minds of our decimated prisoners. Meanwhile, the scene every Friday is contemplated, all of them mechanilly marching under the deafening silence of these underground galleries road to the torture chambers is just plain scary.
Oblivious to this, or not ..., once again I try to meet your demands carried out in the forum with this new updating. In the one hand, the shelves of The Dungeon are occupied by 5 titles from the mid 90’s with a more than remarkable quality: Abuse, Entomorph: Plague of the Darkfall, Ravenloft: Strahd’s Possession and Ravenloft: Stone Prophet.