Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I Don’t Know is the dungeon traversing, crazy capering video game spin-off of Cartoon Network’s popular and equally as eccentric television show and now, after a whole lot of waiting, the Adventure Time: ETDBIDK release date has finally been announced.
Adventure Time: ETDBIDK, What’s In a Name?
If you shift your eyeballs up a notch to the paragraph above, you’ll see that the game is all about…exploring dungeons. Based on the TV show, AT: ETDBIDK sees Jake the Dog, a talking yellow canine who (in the show) can transform into keys, giants, horses and just about anything else, alongside his human brother, the aptly named Finn the Human, take on the dungeons that lie under Princess Bubblegum’s castle. Princess Bubblegum and the Candy People who inhabit her Candy Kingdom are all made of the sweet stuff, so you can fully expect that to be a theme throughout the 100 levels that you can apparently explore in the title.
Adventure Time The Show vs Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I Don’t Know
For those outside of Adventure Time’s sphere of excited fans (who span not just the younger ages), The Land of Ooo in which the game is set, is somewhat of a weird one. There are talking desserts, such as Cupcake Man and Cinnamon Bun, a floating vampire named Marceline and several other unusual characters who, along with Jake, Finn and the aforementioned Princess Bubblegum, are all playable, with the latest Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I Don’t Know gameplay trailer suggesting that you’ll be able to switch between them at your whim. AT fans will also be catered to in terms of the overall story, with series creator Pendleton Ward being the lead story writer on this one.
When’s It Out?
For a while Adventure Time: ETDBIDK worryingly hovered around the gaming release schedule with a ‘Fall 2013’ release date, making us think that while we’re excited for the game, we might have to wait until next year to play it. Luckily, the Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I Don’t Know release date has now been confirmed for November 15th! So you can expect plenty of coverage from us in the run up to its release, because we have somewhat of a cartoon sweet tooth.
Adventure Time: ETDBIDK will be released on PS3 and Xbox 360.