Gamecock puts you in the goblin's shoes.
Firefly Studios is one of the unsung heroes of British game development - largely because it doesn't do much singing. The company's been around since 1997 and has managed to sell 4 million units of its biggest PC series, Stronghold, but still you struggle to place the name. It's all down to stereotypical British understatement, says co-founder Simon Bradbury. "We're not very good at blowing our own trumpet," he sighs, as we settle in to have a first look at the studio's next big thing, Dungeon Hero - due out in about a year's time on PC and Xbox 360.
"Realistically depicts underground life."