'A Game of Dwarves' from Paradox Interactive.
Paradox Interactive and Zeal Game Studio are taking subterranean mining to soaring new heights with new downloadable content (DLC) for A Game of Dwarves.
The new content pack, entitled Star Dwarves, enables the game's titular miners to spruce up their mines with all the trappings of deep space, adding a wealth of new sci-fi furnishings and tools to their lairs. Of course, a terrifying space monster or two have also come along for the ride, but that's a small price to pay for having your very own cryosleep bed to spruce up the old mineshaft.
Star Dwarves adds new props, new enemy, and new dwarves to A Game of Dwarves, from sci-fi-inspired generators, holographic statues, and spiffy captain's chairs to untold horrors like the Beardprober - a monster who studies beards in the worst way imaginable. Thankfully, the dwarves can combat these invaders with new military classes, including the rifle-toting Redshirt, and the Knight, a melee fighter who relies on training he acquired a long time ago in some place far, far away.
A Game of Dwarves: Star Dwarves is available today for $4.99.