[Card Game][PC][Free] KingClashers

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  1. maniospas

    maniospas New Member

    Aug 24, 2016
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    I have been developing this trading card game with a friend for some time now. Some features (e.g. sounds) are incomplete, but we're reasonably pleased with its current feel and gameplay and thus decided to share our progress.

    • You start with 4 cards in hand, including a King card, and 10 other cards in your deck.
    • Each turn, you and your opponent select a card to clash: those cards deal damage to each other. Most cards have additional effects and abilities.
    • If a card dies you draw a new one.
    • You win when you kill your opponent's King.
    • More powerful cards need to cooldown before they can clash again. Kings don't need to cooldown.
    Sometimes it's a good idea to clash with your own King, because Kings are generally powerful. However, doing so may also expose your King to an unknown danger.

    As the game progresses, you get to know more about the opponent's hand, especially the powerful cards they can or cannot clash with. This in turn allows you to try to read what they will select to clash. But they will also try to read you, creating fun situations.

    Since we haven't setup servers yet (although we provide the means for anyone willing to do so), the game currently plays as an offline collectible card game. The AI is very competent though .

    If interested, we hope that you give KingClashers a try: https://maniospas.itch.io/kingclashers

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