New info on 'Dungeons and Dams' for the DS!

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Jan 7, 2009
  1. War
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    "Like switching your characters between a variety of jobs? Then Dungeons & Dams is the game for you! Maybe. Acquire’s upcoming DS game isn’t an RPG. Similar to their Yuusha no Kuse ni Namaikida series it’s a simulation.

    You select warriors from one of many job classes and watch them slay monsters bent on razing your town. What do you do while this is going on? Build dams to a make a path for water which floods the dungeon and any monsters you can’t take out with your adventurers.

    Acquire dug deep for classes in Dungeons & Dams. Sure, the list has knights, wizards, and other fantasy staples. You can use those. Alternatively, you can make a party with a luggage carrier, item scout, shield basher, and a chef armed with a giant spork just for the sake of variety."

    Basic Jobs
    Warrior
    Striker
    Wizard
    Healer
    Thief
    Archer
    Porter (pictured)
    Craftsman
    Scholar

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    Advanced Jobs
    Heavy Knight
    Samurai
    Lancer
    Bomb Magician
    Enchanter
    Guard Knight
    Booster
    Kunoichi
    Gunner
    Trader
    Explorer
    Carpenter
    Chef (pictured)
    Miner
    Cannoneer

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    Looks interesting I wonder how all the real time jobs (chef etc. etc.) fit into the story.
     
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    they cook poison?

    at least they have that female version of a ninja
     
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    Looks interesting and unique, but I don't see it being localized, it's just too special.
     
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