Super Dungeon Maker Reviews
Super Dungeon Maker has its fair share of issues, but if you want to make Zelda inspired dungeons with ease you'll have a lot of fun with it.
Overall, this is a great program as long as nothing else is expected other than dungeon creation and playing. It’s pretty easy to use and there’s definitely an audience that is going to make crazy dungeons with it, but that audience isn’t me. If they implement a dungeon code system, I can see myself being a player rather than a contributor, but anyone looking to make Zelda dungeons (and only dungeons) this is exactly what you are looking for.
Super Dungeon Maker has a lot of potential and perhaps with time it'll become something great. For now, it feels like an egg that still needs significantly more time to incubate before it can hatch. Intuitive creator controls, an endless well of community-crafted content, and charming visuals are all big positives here, but the lack of any overarching progression, no touchscreen controls, and it feeling generally unfinished really hold this one back from being anything exceptional. If you have faith that the developers will eventually realize the full scope of their vision, then we'd certainly encourage you to crack this one open, but those who are more wary of early-access titles will want to wait and see. Super Dungeon Maker is just an average experience for now - here's hoping that it eventually delivers on its promise.
Super Dungeon Maker is an wonderful but flawed creation experience so far.
Super Dungeon Maker’s Fink might not have the pedigree of The Legend of Zelda’s Link, but paving the way for one’s own adventure shows promise. The suite of options is a bit limited as of this writing, but this toolbox has enough to let spelunkers have a grand ol’ time.
Super Dungeon Maker nails what made the classic Zelda dungeons fun while letting you intuitively create and share your own; great stuff!
Super Dungeon Maker invites you to be the dungeon creator you've always dreamed of being with easy to understand mechanics and a wealth of content created by and for the community.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
The hard truth is that Super Dungeon Maker is incomplete. It's clear that there's massive potential in the idea behind a "Zelda Maker", but it takes a lot more effort and polish to make the premise work really well for this style of play. It is hoped that with the arrival of future updates all problems involving the lack of tools and content will be resolved, because at the moment Super Dungeon Maker is still nothing more than a great promise that can only please the most assiduous fans of the classic Zeldas.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
If you’re a big fan of classic top-down Zelda dungeons, the prospects of making your own and playing them made by others has appeal
Without any narrative outline or other way to connect the experience and with fewer tools at your disposal than expected, Super Dungeon Maker, unfortunately, ends up disappointing more than entertaining. The most extreme enthusiasts of his proposal will certainly find fun creating their own structures and playing other people's dungeons, but until new updates add more content to the game, all other players will be better served with the legends that have been around for a long time in other works.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
Super Dungeon Maker is a solid, easy-to-use dungeon maker. Fans of the classic Zelda games will find plenty to do with this title, be it challenging player’s dungeons or challenging players with your dungeons.
It’s hard not to compare Super Dungeon Maker to the Zelda series, and the game does not attempt to hide the similarities, but it is not Zelda. I also think the game could do with some more assets to give you more variety in what you can use when building your dungeon. Hopefully, an update at some stage will add more assets. Super Dungeon Maker will scratch that itch for players who want to create a dungeon with a hint of Zelda.