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Nick Goldsworthy was the producer of Dungeon Keeper 2.[1]

He did an interview for Channel 4's Bits programme, for which he was put into mediaeval stocks and whipped by the Mistress (cosplayed by Leilani Dowding) whilst shackled.[2]

Goldsworthy was also the producer of the cancelled Dungeon Keeper 3. At some point, he and Lead Designer Ernest Adams switched capacities; however, this made little difference to their actual rôles in the project, for it never got past the design stage, meaning they both worked on design anyway.[3]


  1. "Lock up your daughters, here comes ... Dungeon Keeper 2". PC Zone (Dennis Publishing) (77): 44–49. June 1999. 
  2. "The Making Of: Dungeon Keeper". Retro Gamer (Bournemouth: Imagine Publishing) (143): 64–69. 
  3. Ernest W. Adams (August 2006). Dungeon Keeper 3: War for the Overworld. PC Games That Weren't. Archived from the original on 17 June 2008. Retrieved on 16 August 2023.
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