Co-op tower defense action-RPG (phew) Dungeon Defenders is celebrating its first year of existence with some party favors and a sale. For the next two weeks, the "Dungeon Defenders Anniversary Pack DLC" is free. It finds our pint-sized heroes wearing party hats and defending a newly decorated tavern homebase from wave after wave of monsters trying to destroy the birthday cake crystal core.

Dungeon Defenders is also 75 percent off as part of Steam's midweek madness sale, making the core game a mere $3.74. Want to be a big spender and receive all of Dungeon Defenders' content? Well, better cancel that trip to The Olive Garden tonight, because that's going to cost $12.49.
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DUNGEON DEFENDERS TURNS ONE, GETS FREE DLC AND 75% OFF SALE

Check Out the All-New Mission Here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CnoSd8Sx9_s

Where were you one year ago today? If you're like millions of other gamers, you were downloading the best tower defense/action-RPG digital title in the history of history. Trendy Entertainment and Reverb Publishing announced today that available now on Steam, absolutely free for two weeks only, is the Dungeon Defenders Anniversary Pack DLC. Celebrating Dungeon Defenders' one-year anniversary, this pack contains an all new mission, the Tavern Siege, as well as party hat accessories, a birthday cake crystal core, a newly decorated tavern, and more! And that's not all; Dungeon Defenders and all of its DLC will be on sale for 75% off as part of Steam's Midweek Madness sale.


Get Dungeon Defenders on Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/65800

Dungeon Defenders is one of the fastest selling downloadable games of all time. Bringing together the best elements of tower defense and action-RPG progression, it allows players to team up and fight across 15 unique maps, 30 challenges and four difficulty settings in all of the game's loot-raiding, spell-casting, level-up stacking glory. Players control one of several distinct hero classes in an epic bid to fight back an ancient evil. Each character comes with special functions, and players can create and customize/upgrade an armory of weapons and equipment.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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