Welcome to the Dungeon Nightmares ultra Wikia[edit | edit source]

In this wiki, you can find information about both Dungeon Nightmares games. This is not yet complete story-wise. However, most pages a player will need to use as a guide are complete, so, feel free to check them out.

What are these games about?[edit | edit source]

Dungeon Nightmares I and II are first-person psychological horror survival-exploration games. While Dungeon Nightmares I is more like an arcade game, Dungeon Nightmares II focuses more on story elements.

The Series / Availability / Reception[edit | edit source]

All the games of the series were developped by a single person, who goes online by the username K Monkey.

Dungeon Nightmares[edit | edit source]

It was firstly released in 2014 for mobile devices only (Android and iOS) and later for PC/Mac. The Windows and macOS versions are free-to-play and can be downloaded from GAMEJOLT. The mobile versions are available on Play Store for Android and App Store for iOS at two sub-versions: The free version (with ads) and the paid version (without ads). A demo used to be available for mobile devices, featuring an exclusive map (smaller than the ones in the full game), but as of 2016, it has been replaced by the free version of the game. The game became quite popular in 2014 thanks to "Let's Plays" made by several well-known Youtubers. Its reception was very positive, which led K Monkey to develop a high quality sequel, Dungeon Nightmares II: The Memory.

Compatibility Note: The macOS version of the game is a 32-bit application, which means it is incompatible with macOS 10.15 (Catalina), or newer. The last macOS version that officially supports it is 10.14.6 (Mojave).

Differences Note: The latest mobile version of the game has some differences, compared to the PC/Mac versions. It features infinite Nights to play, with the difficulty increasing, the higher the Night count. In addition, a bug regarding doors physics has been fixed, only in the mobile version.

This guide mostly focuses on the PC/Mac versions of the game, pointing out any important differences along the way.

Dungeon Nightmares II: The Memory[edit | edit source]

This game was first released on Steam in 2015. It is currently available for Windows and macOS on Steam and Humble Store. It is also available for mobile devices, on Play Store for Android and App Store for iOS. Although it did not get as popular as the first game did, it was received very well. As of November 2020, reviews on the Steam Store Page are "Very Positive", just as they were in the beginning. Almost all mechanics of the original Dungeon Nightmares carry over to the second game, while new enemies and traps are added, greatly increasing the game's complexity and difficulty. While the first game is easier and more suitable for casual gamers, or anyone new to horror games the second game seems to target more experienced players, or those who have already played the first game and desire a greater challenge. This is why it is recommended to play the original Dungeon Nightmares, before trying this one.

Compatibility Note: The macOS version of the game uses OpenGL for rendering graphics, which means it may have issues in later versions of macOS, since Apple is deprecating OpenGL. It is confirmed to work very well on macOS 10.14.6 (Mojave), which is the latest version supporting 32-bit applications.

Warning: Aparrently, all pages regarding the first game have been deleted. Be patient until they are recovered.

Flappy Nightmares[edit | edit source]

This is a funny version of the original Dungeon Nightmares game, with some interesting differences. Instead of Mary, Flappy is chasing the player. The objective is to collect Flappy's Nest instead of the Artifact and find the Exit, while collecting Eggs which count as score. The game is free-to-play and available exclusively for mobile devices (Google Play Store and Apple App Store). The difficulty is brutal, due to Flappy being as aggressive as Mary is in Night 7 in Dungeon Nightmares and of course the touch screen controls, that are harder to handle.

Ergastulum: Dungeon Nightmares III[edit | edit source]

K Monkey is currently working on this game, which is supposed to be the spiritual successor to the Dungeon Nightmares games. As of information of November 2020, the game is available for purchase on Steam as an "Early Access" game, for Windows and macOS. Ergastulum borrows several elements and mechanics from the Dungeon Nightmares games, it seems it will be a very different game, adding some minimal defence mechanics. This time, K Monkey cooperated with a composer, who goes online by the name Isserley, for the music in-game.

In the near future, new pages will be added to the wiki, regarding this game, now that it is available and playable. Changes will be made, since this game is still in Early Access and updates are released multiple times a day as of November 2020.

What does this wiki offer?[edit | edit source]

The wiki contains information about the monsters, traps, mechanics, jumpscares and levels of both Dungeon Nightmares games. Information about the story of Dungeon Nightmares II will be available when it is better understood, even if it requires the story of Ergastulum to better understand it. This wiki can also be used as a guide for both games. For the first game, you can visit the Nights and Tips pages and for the second game, the Complete Game Guide page.

Warning: There are many screenshots in the pages from in-game. The brightness was raised in many of these, in order to better reveal the characters or objects for interest for this wiki only. The player is NOT supposed to see this well when playing the game. Don't increase your monitor's brightness, unless it looks too dark to play.

Updates[edit | edit source]

Both games have received updates.

Dungeon Nightmares[edit | edit source]

This game was updated several times and the changes weren't always very clear. Some of them were visual enhancements to the PC/Mac versions. The most important changes from the earlier versions up to the latest one are the following:

- Fixed a bug, where it could get too hard to open some chests.

- Skeletons can now be pushed after they have moved once.

- Using M to open or close the map. Before, a different key was used to close the map, while M was only used to open the map. Don't use Esc to close the map though, as this will exit the game and lead you back to the main menu immediately.

- The special hallucinations now occur one Night before the one they used to occur in the earlier versions (It was Night 4 and 5 before, now it is Night 3 and 4).

- Infinite Nights (Mobile only)

Dungeon Nightmares II[edit | edit source]

This game has received two updates. With each patch, a changelog was released. The changelog follows:

Patch 1.01

- Traps adjusted for difficulty (Changed the required hits by swinging blades to kill the player from 1 to 3)

- General difficult fixes

Patch 1.02 (Latest version)

- Added mouse invert option for both vertical and horizontal

- Added the ability to change mouse sensitivity

- Added the ability to change gamepad sensitivity

- Added V-Sync toggle

- Fixed a minor trap bug (The bug is not known)

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Dungeon Nightmares[edit | edit source]

Below are the pages regarding the original Dungeon Nightmares game. They all lead to a wiki dedicated to that game (currently the links are broken, since the wiki has been wiped out without our consent, be patient until it is recovered):

The Basics

Nights

Jumpscares and Hallucinations

Monsters

Paintings

Backstory Notes

Tips

Bugs & Glitches

Dungeon Nightmares II: The Memory[edit | edit source]

Below you can find pages belonging to this wiki, dedicated to Dungeon Nightmares II:

Complete Game Guide containing:

The Basics

Story / Nights Guide

Jumpscares and Hallucinations

Monsters

Paintings

Traps

Story , containing only one page for now:

Optional Newspapers

Bugs & Glitches

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