It's Good To Be BadOld and truly excellent pair of management games by Bullfrog Productions which put the player in the role of a fantasy Evil Overlord responsible for constructing a dungeon, recruiting an army of monsters and seeing off RPG style hero invasions.Dungeon Keeper put RTS in a surprisingly small-scale setting — the player runs a dungeon full of monsters, treasure and other goodies, and must defend it from incoming heroic adventurers. It was also one of the first games to include a "first person" mode, in which the Keeper could "possess" one of his creatures.A third installment was planned but never produced. The series has quite a few Spiritual Successors in Evil Genius, Overlord, Startopia, Dungeons, and (arguably) Dwarf Fortress and Badman. There is also a board game called Dungeon Lords that is a non-video game Spiritual Successor. Recently a new spiritual successor, War For The Overworld, is currently on Steam Early Access after a successful funding through Kickstarter, and is looking like the closest thing to a third DK installment that will ever see the light of day. Cyanide Studios (Famous for the Blood Bowl videogames) and Paradox Interactive have released another spiritual successor titled Impire and set in Ardania, the setting of the Majesty series and its spinoffs.There is also an MMORPG being produced, to be released exclusively in China, Tawain, Hong Kong, and Macau. Western fans of the original games have responded to the news with a quick cycle through elation, confusion, anger, despair, and finally apathy. At this point very little is known about Dungeon Keeper Online, with the only thing being seen of it is some concept art and a video showing what's apparently some gameplay.Both games in the series have been made available for purchase at GOG.com.A Fan Expansion of the first game, titled KeeperFX, is available here. It features better compatibility with modern systems, and additional fanmade campaigns.