Dungeon Keeper 2 was the sequel to Peter Molyneux's Dungeon Keeper and prequel to the cancelled Dungeon Keeper 3.
Like its predecessor, players take the role of a dungeon keeper, building and defending an underground dungeon from the would-be heroes that invade it, as well as from other keepers.

In the game's campaign mode, the player is charged with recovering the portal gems from each area in order to open a portal to the surface.
This was charged as a setup for the sequel, where the gems would be used to invade the surface world and defeat the faction of goodly heroes.

The most immediate change from Dungeon Keeper is in its graphics; the world is now fully 3D. Where monsters were previously sprites, they are now 3D models.

ESRB Rating: M
Additional Game Types: God-game, 1st Person.
System Requirements: Pentium 2 Processor @ 166mhrz, 32MB of RAM, 2MB of VRAM, 300MB hard drive space, and DirectX 8.1 (According to Silver Edition Installer)

If any, the Homepage should be LionHead since the people from Bullfrog are that now.
But I don't think we can do that, we already did this. xD

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With this version we are getting close to the release of the game, that's why I decided to merge the 2 maps in one.
Search simply for "Hive Keeper" on battle.net EU/NA and you'll find it

First implementation of the possession spell

New textures for tiles

Full Changelog

o New spell available: Possession (partially implemented)
o New multiplayer map added: Underground Bunker
o Overall traps mineral costs reduced
o Improved tiles textures
o Improved game lighting

o Fixed a textures glitch that was causing dirt and rock tiles to app

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Apr 20, 2009 Multiplayer Map 3 comments

Secrets is a map with several secrets in it. Once more Keeper 1 is in the firing line between two other keepers, this time with no protection or helpful...

DKII Map Pack

DKII Map Pack

Apr 10, 2009 Multiplayer Map 5 comments

Four maps are included. One is an improved version of my Citadel map, making Keeper 1 more vulnerable to attack and preventing them from attacking straight...



Apr 5, 2009 Multiplayer Map 1 comment

A multiplayer map for Dungeon Keeper 2, where player 1 has a large fully-equipped base in the centre of the map right at the beginning. players two and...



Apr 5, 2009 Multiplayer Map 1 comment

A multiplayer map where you can't just attack straight away. You have to level up your forces first, before you're even able to reach something to fight...

The Piramid

The Piramid

Oct 23, 2008 Multiplayer Map 0 comments

Readme: The Piramid Installation: put the images in Dungeon Keeper 2\Data\editor\maps\Thumbnails and the rest you put in Dungeon Keeper 2\Data\editor\maps...



Oct 22, 2008 Multiplayer Map 1 comment

Readme: Ratrace Installation: put the images in Dungeon Keeper 2\Data\editor\maps\Thumbnails and the rest you put in Dungeon Keeper 2\Data\editor\maps...

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Asfolks Oct 23 2008, 5:29pm says:

EA sucks so much because they close westwood and canceled this very good game
why EA ???
COMMAND AND CONQUER 3 in my opinion dont get even close to the originals produced by westwood

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Lucífer Dec 28 2009, 1:16am replied:

Dungeon Keeper was made by Bullfrog.

Not Westwood Studios.

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Selendrile Feb 18 2011, 5:24pm replied:

The first few Command & Conquer games were made by Westwood, then it was taken by EA.

Just like Bullfrog made the first few Dungeon Keeper games, and it was taken by EA

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Emperor-David Mar 19 2007, 6:53pm says:

Don't be so sure. Peter Molyneux is actually considering reviving some of his older games such as the DK series. And if EA sells the rights to it then the DK3 project will most likely be able to get continued.

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Omegakill Jul 20 2010, 4:51am replied:

Yes but would it be ANYTHING like the classics? I could still play DK1 today and enjoy it more than almost any other game out there, DK3 would probably play something like a pretty and polished version of black and white 2 but under ground..I think, much like van buren (FO3 as it should of been), just lay the DK series to rest rather than try and revive it as it will most likely destroy the games reputation (read - XCOM)

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Lucífer Apr 15 2008, 2:50pm replied:

chances of that are slim.
Unless EA somehow get a HUGE sales drop...which is also very unlikely.
Still there is hope I guess. :D

Keepersofthedungeon.net <-- a still active Dungeon Keeper Community. there is KeeperKlan.tk as well though. :P

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Undying_Zombie Jan 31 2007, 7:40pm says:

Great game.. sucks that we wil never see DK3 unless someone buys the rights to it ( fat chance of that EVER happening )

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LORDDEREX Jul 17 2008, 5:54am replied:

Never lose hope!

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I.O.S. Nov 21 2006, 10:47pm says:

I too want DK3..... *grrrrrrrrr*@EA

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Emperor-David Nov 8 2006, 10:48am says:

It would be a good idea to join www.keeperklan.tk - it is an active Dungeon Keeper community! We are hosting tournaments and producing new maps by the minute. If you are a fan of the DK series please register by clicking on the forums and making a user name.

There are tutorials and the lastest tournament "War for the Overworld", named after DK3.

And if EA are reading this --> PLEASE MAKE DK3!

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HangPhyr Oct 31 2006, 11:12am says:

Remember to thank EA for canning Bullfrog and cancelling DK3.

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Beliar Apr 8 2009, 10:13pm replied:

*sigh* Bullfrog also made Theme Hospital.. Wish they would make a sequal to that too :)

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Lucífer Jul 2 2008, 11:17am replied:

DK3 was a game thought to ahead of its time.
DK I say was ahead of it's time, EA did the right thing.

would you REALLY want EA to of given us a Dungeon Keeper III that would most likely be complete ****?

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Dungeon Keeper 2
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Released Jun 29, 1999
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Highest Rated (3 agree) 10/10

One of the most original, ironical, evil building game. Good mechanics and lovely ambiance :D

Nov 26 2010, 1:04pm by Immudelki

Lowest Rated (3 agree) 5/10

this game would be freaking awesome if the developers havent changed the graphics for a toon like... But at least it improved to 3D. I havent gave this 1/10 because this is the sequel to one of the best games that i have EVER played.

Jan 13 2010, 12:08pm by bluluxabica

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