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Soda Dungeon

Soda Dungeon

Armor Games

Stock your tavern with soda and raid the dungeon for treasure!

4.7 Ratings 178K+ Reviews 1M+ Downloads
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Stock your tavern with soda and raid the dungeon for treasure!
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4.7
177.6K+ Ratings
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  • Funny, addictive, fun game Jul 27, 2019

    By Ringgit gorgeous
    Can’t say enough good things about this game. I’ve been playing it on and off for years and feel a bit guilty that I haven’t reviewed it until now. Nothing has changed about this game for the worst; it’s sort of a strategy rpg game which I love. You move up to higher levels in a dungeon while trying to strategize with the best weapons and armor for different fighters, or “soda” addicts. You can add to the tavern to attract patrons to use for your dungeon crawling and earn money along the way to customize your tavern and buy items and upgrades. There’s so much more I haven’t touched on but that’s pretty much the gist of the game. It’s so entertaining and efinitely the best “time waster” (it’s still fun even when you’re not stuck waiting somewhere), that I’ve played. Give it a shot at the very least. Also should add it’s totally free and the ads are minimal and also optional if you want more cash. Props to the devs for creating an awesome game.
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  • Feb 13, 2021

    By Far Orange
    It's a nice game with simple gameplay with an auto button for idle play. It has an RPG theme with funny art. The ads aren't annoying as they only play after a battle and banner ads are optional. Good game. It takes many hours to beat though
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  • Game is pretty good with some major flaws Apr 1, 2018

    By LK8888
    This is a good dungeon crawl game. Humorous with great 8 bit graphics. After playing through 3 dimensions there are two major flaws which are probably stopping me from continuing. The biggest flaw is the ad playing mechanism. You depend on ads to double your bank interest ,and most importantly, to revive your whole party once an hour. Unfortunately, often it freezes when trying to retrieve and play an ad. So you lose your ability to raise your party, must force quit, and you are spawned back at the tavern. Very disappointing. The second thing is that it’s very difficult to gain reputation after dimension 2 if you’ve already bought most of the Tavern items. Other minor flaws is that in the special comedy dimension, if it’s more difficult than the regular dungeon, why is the loot the same drop as the regular dungeon? Lastly, it would have been nice if I was told to spend all my gold before leaving dimension 1. It wasn’t completely clear what would carry over and what would not when you go to the higher dimension. I feel in app purchase offers are completely reasonable, but the ad freeze when trying to revive the party once an hour has been so bad, I probably won’t be continuing.
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  • Dec 12, 2020

    By Josh Radic
    One of those rare games you come across in life that doesn't slam your eyes with ads every 10 seconds 😑 and is very much a fun and enjoyable game. You can grind out levels and gear and also buy upgrades with irl moneys and it doesn't feel like it's forcing you to buy stuff. Very well done, love this game. Super recommend playing this!
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  • How is this a free to play MOBILE game? Apr 12, 2020

    By Jman1234club
    This game is beautiful, straight up beautiful. For a free-to-play mobile game, it has incredibly impressed me throughout my time with it. While, (of course) there’s problems, there are (almost) overshadowed by the true brain boggle of this being such a good game. While crashing and being overall finicky at times is not uncommon, the game is so accessible that usually, you’re not the one noticing them. While the “freemium” aspect was still there, it isn’t shoved down your throat like many other mobile games out there. Though I wish there were more options in the menu (either one). For example, more sound options. The music is fantastic but the sound effects while fighting are so obnoxiously loud. While the game isn’t necessarily “addicting”, it’s so easy just to grab some tavern members and turn auto battle on and turn it off when things get tricky. Though I would love to get into more detail of what could be improved, in short, this games amazing! By the way, the music is surprisingly fantastic.
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  • Buttons/Menus too sensitive! Jun 26, 2020

    By ajm-b
    It’s super frustrating! It feels like touching any menu or button with > 1 atom of my finger or for > 1 ms things immediately open then close. It is incredibly frustrating trying to interact with this otherwise GREAT game- it takes like 10 attempts to toggle auto combat to the desired state as an example, but all menus are acting the same way- it is such a chore just to kit out my guys or exit a menu without leaving the tavern or accidentally entering the dungeon screen. I even tried turning down touch sensitivity on my iPhone SE’s accessibility menu to no avail- it’s like the game doesn’t honor this setting so I can’t fix it :(
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  • Fun game with fatal flaw Oct 31, 2017

    By Tobyana4
    Love the game. Fun tip of the hat to the 8-bit generation, great concept, fun dynamics. But it comes with a fatal flaw, and that's the battles just last too darn long. When I start a battle, hit auto, then am literally setting my phone to the side for 20-30 minutes, waiting for the battle to finish, there is a problem. I never play the game anymore because of this. An option for the battle to speed up, or fast complete, where it just shows the results, not the battles themselves, would be a good alternative. Also, an addition of some more mini games would be cool too.
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  • Ranking Jul 24, 2020

    By numbersmrveggiedawsonclay
    I find that it is unfair to compare “paying players” to “free to play” players. Because of that, I give it a two instead of a four. When you “pay to play” it probably makes it somewhat easier to progress in the game compared to “free to play” when you have it easier to progress, it is easier to get rewards, and makes it easier to progress. What is my suggestion? Perhaps set ranking for “paying players “ vs “paying players” and rankings for “free to play“ players vs “free to play” players.
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  • Nothing but a grind Nov 21, 2019

    By javelin98
    Imagine you're playing a normal RPG. You more cash and loot so you can more easily accomplish the storyline. So you start grinding: replaying the same question or dungeon over and over and over, until it's time to move on. Now take that same concept, but remove any semblance of plot or storyline. All that remains is the grinding. That *almost* describes Soda Dungeon. Because this game recognized that grinding, especially pointless, repeated grinding, is incredibly boring, so the developers built in an autopilot function. That's right: this game literally plays itself. At higher levels, I've set a dungeon in motion and walked away for 20 minutes. Made a sandwich, checked email and Facebook, etc., and then come back to see what my adventurers are up to. This game is beyond pointless and doesn't even need you to play, so why bother?
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  1. Build and upgrade your very own tavern! Collect items, drink soda, and more for added bonuses throughout the game
  2. Find loads of treasure and increase your number of party members to make taking down your enemies fast and easy
  3. Not sure how to play? Improve your skills with tutorials that will teach you how to use the controls and create your strategy

Reviewed by Katelyn on June 5, 2018

  • Funny, addictive, fun game Jul 27, 2019

    By Ringgit gorgeous
    Can’t say enough good things about this game. I’ve been playing it on and off for years and feel a bit guilty that I haven’t reviewed it until now. Nothing has changed about this game for the worst; it’s sort of a strategy rpg game which I love. You move up to higher levels in a dungeon while trying to strategize with the best weapons and armor for different fighters, or “soda” addicts. You can add to the tavern to attract patrons to use for your dungeon crawling and earn money along the way to customize your tavern and buy items and upgrades. There’s so much more I haven’t touched on but that’s pretty much the gist of the game. It’s so entertaining and efinitely the best “time waster” (it’s still fun even when you’re not stuck waiting somewhere), that I’ve played. Give it a shot at the very least. Also should add it’s totally free and the ads are minimal and also optional if you want more cash. Props to the devs for creating an awesome game.
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  • Feb 13, 2021

    By Far Orange
    It's a nice game with simple gameplay with an auto button for idle play. It has an RPG theme with funny art. The ads aren't annoying as they only play after a battle and banner ads are optional. Good game. It takes many hours to beat though
    more
  • Dec 12, 2020

    By Josh Radic
    One of those rare games you come across in life that doesn't slam your eyes with ads every 10 seconds 😑 and is very much a fun and enjoyable game. You can grind out levels and gear and also buy upgrades with irl moneys and it doesn't feel like it's forcing you to buy stuff. Very well done, love this game. Super recommend playing this!
    more
  • Dec 19, 2020

    By Jai DeSilva
    OMG😮 this is an amazing game and if you are reading this install this game right now it is easy to play moblie too and for me i am level 77 i think spending two hours!!! This is an amazing game that doesnt have them shoving ads in your face so much but i might have one problem can you make the sodas from the tavern a bit less expensive? I only have a few more left and it costs a lot from about 14k to 20 k i think if you can do this thanks so much
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  • Feb 1, 2021

    By Micah Ajao
    I love this game already! It's a dungeon crawler game that for some reason includes... soda?! Well, not much. There's no blood or anything, but some of the monsters you fight might be creepy. Well, great game!
  • How is this a free to play MOBILE game? Apr 12, 2020

    By Jman1234club
    This game is beautiful, straight up beautiful. For a free-to-play mobile game, it has incredibly impressed me throughout my time with it. While, (of course) there’s problems, there are (almost) overshadowed by the true brain boggle of this being such a good game. While crashing and being overall finicky at times is not uncommon, the game is so accessible that usually, you’re not the one noticing them. While the “freemium” aspect was still there, it isn’t shoved down your throat like many other mobile games out there. Though I wish there were more options in the menu (either one). For example, more sound options. The music is fantastic but the sound effects while fighting are so obnoxiously loud. While the game isn’t necessarily “addicting”, it’s so easy just to grab some tavern members and turn auto battle on and turn it off when things get tricky. Though I would love to get into more detail of what could be improved, in short, this games amazing! By the way, the music is surprisingly fantastic.
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  • Almost there... Sep 14, 2017

    By Lawlerx
    This is a pretty fun and inspired retro 8 bit game. There's plenty of tongue in cheek references and the character designs are well done. The game was plays well and the tutorials do a good job of telling you everything you need to know to play while hold my back a few surprises to discover. Where I find the game lacking, however, is in the equipment selection. There are lots of items to choose from, but there are really only a few items to choose as there is almost always a clear best choice. A clear example of this is staves versus wands. There is literally no reason, other than not having any in your inventory, to ever choose a staff over a wand. The basic wand is easily 1 to 2 levels above a staff of the same rank. It would be nice to see some sort of secondary effects on some of these items in order to incentivize different equipment load outs. Overall this game is a fun little distraction from the everyday grind and may even give you a chuckle or 2. Free to play with micro transactions that won't break the bank.
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  • Very interesting and cool, buuuuut.... Apr 4, 2019

    By Marcy_Queen
    The game is pretty neat, but the controls are pretty finicky (mainly any menu controls). I’m sorry, but I shouldn’t have to tap the screen twice for it to leave a menu, and before anyone thinks I’m just being lazy, the reason it shouldn’t “require” two taps is because more than half the time when I tap the screen the second time (which I have to do or nothing happens), it completely leaves the tavern, or when I’m in the dungeon, and try to open the settings, I have to click the settings button, then tap the screen where the settings shown up, or the settings screen will just flash and disappear. It’s just plain annoying that I have to tap the actual button and then tap the screen again to do practically anything in the game, and not even the ads are that annoying, it’s just the menus.
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  • Add this plz and game is awesome needs a few tweaks though Jun 28, 2019

    By zixvir
    New soda ideas:old carbon juice from find from a enemy or chest drop and constellation crush from the sun worshipper after you buy the sun temple .... new vendor he’s the sun worshipper I was talking about he will say when you talk to him help me worship ra please go talk to the SHOPKEEPER after you get that temple ... and oh yeah you get him once you get to ascension in the second dimension now back to what I was writing ... ple he sells the constellation crush and if you need help with the sprite do green eyes wearing a red robe with a hood he also wears put jeans for pants and tan skin.... new dungeon area(s):the storm Minor tweaks: add more funny jokes as the players go along to encourage them add different burp sounds add juke box to play music sound tracks you’ve discovered add better tips more scenery more story
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  • Good but..... Oct 20, 2018

    By p--man
    First of all I am going to say the things about this game. 1) I love the whole tavern aspect and and I find it very satisfying to upgrade it. 2) In this game you are always progressing in someway stopping it from being a boring grind fest. 3) Love how you have to hire new adventurous warriors after every trip to the dungeon letting you try new warrior combos. 4) I like games that make start from the beginning keeping the really important stuff (like your tavern) and gaining a relic. In the game you get a special soda of your choosing and a relic that you don’t get to choose. Anyway it is safe to say that the game nails this aspect. Now the things I hate 🙄 1) I can’t here the music over all the fighting sounds and I can’t individually turn down the sound affects. Which is a bummer because when I do get to hear the music it is amazing. 2) the boss designs in this game are cool except there’s like only 12 of them and the rest of the bosses are the same just different colors! 3) You can hire the shopkeeper, wizard, bartender, and gladiator but to do that you have to give them a unknown amount of a item which the game doesn’t tell you how to get! Please fix these mistakes!
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  • Game is pretty good with some major flaws Apr 1, 2018

    By LK8888
    This is a good dungeon crawl game. Humorous with great 8 bit graphics. After playing through 3 dimensions there are two major flaws which are probably stopping me from continuing. The biggest flaw is the ad playing mechanism. You depend on ads to double your bank interest ,and most importantly, to revive your whole party once an hour. Unfortunately, often it freezes when trying to retrieve and play an ad. So you lose your ability to raise your party, must force quit, and you are spawned back at the tavern. Very disappointing. The second thing is that it’s very difficult to gain reputation after dimension 2 if you’ve already bought most of the Tavern items. Other minor flaws is that in the special comedy dimension, if it’s more difficult than the regular dungeon, why is the loot the same drop as the regular dungeon? Lastly, it would have been nice if I was told to spend all my gold before leaving dimension 1. It wasn’t completely clear what would carry over and what would not when you go to the higher dimension. I feel in app purchase offers are completely reasonable, but the ad freeze when trying to revive the party once an hour has been so bad, I probably won’t be continuing.
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  • Fun game early on Nov 5, 2017

    By Big dadyy
    The game is fun in the first dimension. The progression is good, you get new gear at a decent rate as well as new characters and upgrades for your tavern. After the first dimension, however, it starts to go down hill. Within the first probably 20 levels you get lvl2 of the gear you got in the first dimension which makes sense. But even after level 100, heck even 200 In the second dimension you're still getting only lvl 2 gear or basic gear which will not help you whatsoever. Even in dimension 3 past level 100 you still get basic or lvl 2 gear. The game difficulty progresses more quickly than the gear you get which makes it difficult and just another grind game. I'm not saying make it easy but a broader selection of gear especially past dimension 2 would be better.
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  • Love the game but it’s starting to act up Nov 25, 2018

    By Rachaellove4
    Okay so when I get on Soda Dungeon I collect my coins from the bank then I get back off to play later but when I do get back on the coins that I have gotten from my bank is no longer there. It’s back in the bank. This is ridiculous, the game doesn’t save AT ALL! Not only THAT but when the heroes die from battle they ask me if I want to revive them, I press yes to watch the ads but it doesn’t do that. It doesn’t revive me at all, it send me back to tavern even though I clicked yes. This is very disappointing, please fix this situation. It’s been like this for months!
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  • Growing Problems Apr 26, 2020

    By Tis a awesome game
    So every once in awhile when I have the craving I re-download soda dungeon and start playing again. (Fantastic replay value and a AWESOME game). The only issue is I notice more bugs every time I play this game. For one, the music and sound effects only work half the time, and most times they stop randomly. I had this issue with my old phone and assumed it was a compatibility issue, but now it’s clear this is something with the game itself (and no I haven’t muted the sound accidentally). Another issue is when I click it keeps registering clicks (this is both an annoying problem in and outside the dungeon). This only occurring in this game (aka, not an issue anywhere else). Please fix these bugs devs, I know you’re working on soda dungeon 2, but for as long as it’s not on mobile I’d like very much for you to fix your bugs on this version.
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  • Great game but needs work Dec 29, 2018

    By Jero 13
    The soundtrack, graphics, and concept are very creative and entertaining. Only thing that bores me is the repetitive and tedious turn based combat. If the gameplay were more dynamic and spontaneous — the game would be a masterpiece. Some minor things to add could be improved animations, some possible backstory or lore to the creatures in the dungeons, and a more complex and interactive combat system. This game has a lot of potential and I’m curious to see where you can take it!
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  • Buttons/Menus too sensitive! Jun 26, 2020

    By ajm-b
    It’s super frustrating! It feels like touching any menu or button with > 1 atom of my finger or for > 1 ms things immediately open then close. It is incredibly frustrating trying to interact with this otherwise GREAT game- it takes like 10 attempts to toggle auto combat to the desired state as an example, but all menus are acting the same way- it is such a chore just to kit out my guys or exit a menu without leaving the tavern or accidentally entering the dungeon screen. I even tried turning down touch sensitivity on my iPhone SE’s accessibility menu to no avail- it’s like the game doesn’t honor this setting so I can’t fix it :(
    more
  • Ranking Jul 24, 2020

    By numbersmrveggiedawsonclay
    I find that it is unfair to compare “paying players” to “free to play” players. Because of that, I give it a two instead of a four. When you “pay to play” it probably makes it somewhat easier to progress in the game compared to “free to play” when you have it easier to progress, it is easier to get rewards, and makes it easier to progress. What is my suggestion? Perhaps set ranking for “paying players “ vs “paying players” and rankings for “free to play“ players vs “free to play” players.
    more
  • Fun game with fatal flaw Oct 31, 2017

    By Tobyana4
    Love the game. Fun tip of the hat to the 8-bit generation, great concept, fun dynamics. But it comes with a fatal flaw, and that's the battles just last too darn long. When I start a battle, hit auto, then am literally setting my phone to the side for 20-30 minutes, waiting for the battle to finish, there is a problem. I never play the game anymore because of this. An option for the battle to speed up, or fast complete, where it just shows the results, not the battles themselves, would be a good alternative. Also, an addition of some more mini games would be cool too.
    more
  • Nothing but a grind Nov 21, 2019

    By javelin98
    Imagine you're playing a normal RPG. You more cash and loot so you can more easily accomplish the storyline. So you start grinding: replaying the same question or dungeon over and over and over, until it's time to move on. Now take that same concept, but remove any semblance of plot or storyline. All that remains is the grinding. That *almost* describes Soda Dungeon. Because this game recognized that grinding, especially pointless, repeated grinding, is incredibly boring, so the developers built in an autopilot function. That's right: this game literally plays itself. At higher levels, I've set a dungeon in motion and walked away for 20 minutes. Made a sandwich, checked email and Facebook, etc., and then come back to see what my adventurers are up to. This game is beyond pointless and doesn't even need you to play, so why bother?
    more

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