Tokyo-based indie developers Onion Games have announced that their critically acclaimed comedic RPG Dandy Dungeon: Legend of Brave Yamada is now available for Windows and Mac PCs on Steam.
Alongside the Steam release, Dandy Dungeon is getting a permanent price drop, now priced at $18.99 on all platforms, including the Nintendo Switch.
Dandy Dungeon is a story-driven, romantic comedy roguelite-RPG, which fuses retro-visuals with modern ideas, and features a good soundtrack which layers together chiptunes and the humming of the main character himself. The players get to loot procedurally-generated dungeons, transform their weapons into legendary blades, collect Dandy armor sets, and catalog monsters in their quest for love.
The Windows/Mac version of the game on Steam includes all of the re-balancing and refining that went into the Nintendo Switch version, along with its own world leaderboard, which allows players to compete with their friends to see who’s the bravest Yamada-kun around, and show the world which gear is the best for each dungeon.
Players can enjoy both full controller support, as well as new mouse & keyboard controls, which work as intuitively as the original touch-screen-based controls on Switch. Also, by utilizing the free Steam Link app, players can stream Dandy Dungeon to tablet and mobile devices and play using full touch controls.
With the release of the Steam version of the game, Onion Games revealed that preparations are nearly complete for Dandy Dungeon 2: Phantom Bride, an expansion that more than doubles the size of the game, and will include brand new, never-before-seen features. The expansion will be made available for all platforms for free soon.
So, if you find the game interesting and want to play it on PC, you can find it on Steam.