Dungeon Hunter 5

Dungeon Hunter 5

By Gameloft

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2015-03-11
  • Current Version: 3.8.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 2.45 GB
  • Developer: Gameloft
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 36,759 App Reviews)
  • Price:
Dungeon Hunter 5 App Ratings: 4.5
Based on 36,759 App Reviews

Dungeon Hunter 5 App Details

Do you fight for good? Or for the gold? Fate has thrust the land into an age of chaos that ushered in the rise of darkness. Now, the people must fend for themselves against bandits, monsters and other unspeakable terrors. However, for mercenaries and bounty hunters, this is an age of unbridled opportunity and prosperity, for justice always demands a high price, and their business has never been better! AN EPIC SOLO CAMPAIGN o Hunt down monsters and villains through all 94 missions of this expansive story. o Discover a variety of environments, from the shattered realm of Valenthia to the cold and barbarous Valen Outpost. FIGHT WITH FRIENDS o Rally up to 3 other players to fight side-by-side in co-op mode. o Hire friends as Allies to help you along your journey of vengeance. UNLOCK LEGENDARY POWERS o Wield over 900 pieces of armor and weaponry. o Unleash hundreds of devastating spells and skills. o Master the Elements by strategically equipping the best spells and gear for each mission. BUILD, DEFEND & RAID o Protect your loot with over 60 Trap Rooms and 230 different Minions. o Craft more powerful defenders by collecting Minion Shards in co-op mode. o Upgrade your Trap Rooms and DARE your rivals to try and break through. ALWAYS A NEW CHALLENGE o Take on Daily and Weekly Events for more fun and huge rewards. o How far can you go in the Trial of Elements? o Climb the Leaderboard to earn mighty rewards in the Legendary Hunts. o Unlock unique rewards in special seasonal events. *IMPORTANT* Dungeon Hunter 5 requires an iPad 2 (or newer), iPhone 4s (or newer), or iPod touch 5th generation. An Internet connection is required to play. _____________________________________________ Visit our official site at http://gmlft.co/website_EN Check out the new blog at http://gmlft.co/central Don't forget to follow us on social media: Facebook: http://gmlft.co/SNS_FB_EN Twitter: http://gmlft.co/SNS_TW_EN Instagram: http://gmlft.co/GL_SNS_IG YouTube: http://gmlft.co/GL_SNS_YT This app allows you to purchase virtual items within the app and may contain third party advertisements that may redirect you to a third party site. Terms of Use: http://www.gameloft.com/en/conditions-of-use Privacy Policy: http://www.gameloft.com/en/privacy-notice End-User License Agreement: http://www.gameloft.com/en/eula


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Dungeon Hunter 5 App Reviews

  • Typical pay to win game

    By Caswick
    The game is OK, unfortunately it’s pay to win layout plus limited energy per day limits this game from reaching its full potential. If you are looking for a true Diablo-like game to spend hours building and achieving your character with, move along, this is not the game for you, unfortunately.
  • Scamish

    By jayydontplay
    The game is fun, but you need to spend a lot of money after level 20 to be able to keep up. If you spend $60 dollars you can get a nice sword or whatever or get unlucky and get a trash item. It’s set up horribly and there’s no integrity to it, it’s sad.
  • Brooooo

    By Lexth3God
    This game is great. Amazing graphics and awesome gameplay
  • Great game but a few errors

    By HuzHeBear
    The overall gameplay is great it’s just as fun as he previous games however the chat bug still remains and another issue arises after I downloaded the game for a period of time I had to remove it however on my iOS 12.01 iPhone 6s+ it simply says open instead of download/get not allowing me to re download the game I hope that the matter may be fixed so that I may continue playin this game
  • Boring

    By T-Rip72
    If you like waiting for your game to load, then waiting for the promos to load, then grinding mindlessly until the game crashes so you can start waiting for it to load again, then this is the game for you!
  • Awesome Customer Care

    By Fajet
    I had an issue with loosing an item and it was my fault be gameloft got back to me and gave it back as a gift. Love this game and its creators.
  • Love it

    By atudhdyrscuocsqwsftyuiobc
    I like the game simple as that
  • All of my stuff is gone

    By Enranged Player
    I had this game for a while but I got on and my stuff was all gone I had gotten very far into the story and had op gear but it’s all gone now for no reason
  • developers are ignorant and do not involve themselves

    By JH1409
    Where do I start... DH4 was LEGENDARY to put it mildly, so the expectations(at least my expectations ) for DH5 were high. I played for a long time on Android it never really had me hooked. over a year ago I got my IPhone. I decided to pick it back up (not realizing that it was a totally separate game than android. I beat the story and and it wasn’t until I left the guild I had been with for A LONG time(guild was full but on 2-3 ppl we ever active. I joined up with a great bunch of players, learned a lot more about the game, have a BLAST in guild wars with me team(30 players, 4 of whom I have become to know on a personal level outside of the game). But there are soooo soooo many problems. Without warning the developers will active a 50% buff to damage or. Strong holds making it’s a lot easier or a lot harder, or apply different buffs to different groups. The level of frustration and negativity in game is like nothing I have ever seen. I’ve lost so many teammates to a dog game because they get so fed up with crap GL pulls. If they weren’t so ignorant to the game and the people who play it this game had the potential to be on a level unmatched by anything except for console games. If they don’t get their $H!T together soon the game will be nothing but ghost town.
  • Level 73

    By Muggerjack
    Fighting my copy, vastly more hit points, self heals, and my ally never appears to help. I get it, you don’t want to code level 74.