Spellsword Cards: DungeonTop Now Available on Steam
Thursday, January 16th, 2020
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Today the deck builder card battle title Spellsword Cards: DungeonTop is now out on Steam. The game is currently on sale for its launch. You can take a look at the game’s press release below.
Sidney, Australia –January 16, 2020– Independent game development studio One Up Plus Entertainment releases Spellsword Cards: DungeonTop on Steam today.
Spellsword Cards: DungeonTop is a rogue-like deck-building game with table top battles in which you employ clever board tactics to gain advantage from your enemies.
Progression in Spellsword Cards: DungeonTop can be obtained either by grabbing more gold or defeating more monsters. There are also shops to upgrade your cards along with ways to remove them and plenty of loot to add.
“We wanted to make a chess-like game but without all the boring bits”, says Maggie Xu, founder at One Up Plus Entertainment. “Scanning all the angles and moves can make you feel like a grandmaster!”
Spellsword Cards: DungeonTop is launched in Early Access containing 2 playable classes, 2 allegiances and 3 playable dungeon areas. The game will be bi-weekly updated to balance, finish 3rd class, and integrate 2 more allegiances.
Roguelike permadeath deck-builder played in runs of 90 minutes (full length)
2 classes x 2 allegiances = 4 decks
300+ player cards
50+ encounters in a procedurally generated dungeon
5 boards representing different areas ranging from 4×4 to 10×4 tiles