Mobile:TwinBee Dungeon

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Konami Digital Entertainment Tokyo
Konami Online
Single player
Release date(s)
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May 14, 2004
Additional info
Digital download

TwinBee Dungeon (Japanese: ツインビーダンジョン) was added to the game site Konami Online コナミネットDX (English: Konami Net DX) for iモード (English: I-mode) . Twinbee Dungeon is a roguelike role-playing game for mobile devices released on May 14, 2004 exclusively in Japan. It is themed on the TwinBee universe, being the thirteenth entry in the series and is a spin-off of the Mystery Dungeon series.

A roguelike role-playing game where the player will explore automatically generated dungeons. The player becomes Light, the second generation of TwinBee pilots, and embarks on a mission where he will be exploring many dungeons while piloting a new vehicle created by Dr. Cinnamon.

The game features new mechanics inspired by staple elements from the TwinBee series, such as raising bell familiars with unique powers.

Players could use a Town App to equip different TwinBee equipment, and a Dungeon App to search for new dungeons to explore

Additional Notes[edit | edit source]

  • During the 2000's, the subscription for Konami Net DX was 315¥/month.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

In Other Languages[edit | edit source]

Language Name
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Japanese Flag of Japan.svg ツインビーダンジョン, TwinBee Dungeon
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References[edit | edit source]

  • [1] TwinBee Dungeon on GameFAQs.
  • [2] Summary taken from the Twinbee Wiki, available under available under CC-BY-SA. Page history imported to apply proper credit on March 13, 2020.
  • [3][4] Game information and media.
  • [5] Spanish version page history imported from the Spanish Wikipedia.
  • [6] French version page history imported from the Konami Wiki French translation.

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