Cyberdeck TCG: a turn-based card game set in a cypherpunk universe

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  1. Cyberdeck Team

    Cyberdeck Team New Member

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    Hi, we're an Italian gaming company and we'd like to get feedbacks on our project CYBERDECK. Currently, there is an alpha version available here
    : https.///play.cyberdeck.eu/early-access.

    We'd like to know from you what you think about our gameplay, mechanics, ui and ux, tutorials structure and so on. No matters if you are just a gamer or a developer or both, we will be happy to hear advices and opinions from everyone as we want to do our best to give to the gamers community and cypherpunk /sci-fi/cyberpunk/blockchain lovers something engaging, challenging and original. Plus, our narrative contents are created by Bruce Sterling, so if there's any fans out there, we would love to hear from you too!


    Known issues:
    Some graphic glitch, sometimes have a buggy click/drag (under improvement). Missing fatigue at the end of the deck. Sometimes the game slows down when stressed. Obviously, feel free to report any other problem or issues you may encounter while playing!

    System requirements: Windows 8+, Linux 64bit, OSX 10.12+


    Cyberdeck, is a Tradable Card Game set in a dystopian cypherpunk world that combines the better parts of a classic card game with some strategic elements of a board game, implemented with an innovative Blockchain system that will allow players to be the owners of their cards and assets.

    Cyberdeck is a Free-to-Play game that allows players to capitalize on their gameplay success, trading their cards among themselves by using the dedicated CYB tokens on the marketplace platform provided by us, or on other blockchain-based exchange platforms in the future.

    In Cyberdeck, four opposing factions fight against each other to gain control of the blockchain network. The player manages his Nodes, moves Operators on a hex grid and creates special situations by using his Event cards. The network is built by the players, who are able to shape the gaming board in a different way in every match. We want to bring to players a unique experience and cutting-edge technology, in which every user really owns his digital Alter-ego and gaming acquisitions, even if they are not “crypto-conscious”, and also we want to reward players for their game time.

    Cyberdeck offers different ways to enjoy the gaming experience: Duel mode, Adventure mode, and we are implementing the multiplayer mode, to play together and interact in real time. Developed with Unity, Cyberdeck currently works on PC, Mac, and Linux. An Android version will be developed in the future.

    Cyberdeck is a challenging game powered by the visions and ideas of the father of cyberpunk Bruce Sterling, by Amy Sterling’s excellent artwork and the original soundtrack by Raiders of the lost Arp.

    The outstanding setting developed by Bruce Sterling is the premise for an intriguing narrative structure that, with periodical expansions, will guarantee a new level of interaction with the community in the world of TCG genre.

    Our official website: www.cyberdeck.eu
    Our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzFgFrXS1sBmU6ttbryYdfg
     
  2. JoyFreak

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    Wow, this looks absolutely beautiful! Fantastic work! Love the name and the project.
     
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    Thank you! We appreciate your feedback. Let us know if you think we could improve something, if you tried to play :)
     
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