Casual roguelike with great D&D influence. The player will acquire weapons and skills while discovering the dungeon. Battles are represented in a card format with turns and the core mechanic depends on die rolls (based on D&D rules).

Made for the Global Game Jam 2019

Credits

Programming - Joaquin Volonte

Programming  / Writing- Rodrigo Rearden

Art - Nicolas de Leon

Art - Enzo Antonaz

Production / Game Design  / Writing - Bruno Arce

Music - Nacho Fernandez


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if you wanna check my game :) https://mounirdev.itch.io/night-invasion

Nice little boardgame like dungeon crawler (We need more of thoose)!
Excellent art!

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nice game.  could add in item details. had no idea how much the potion would heal Ol' Duncan, or even what type of potion it was.   details on weapons and spells would also be sweet.  

thanks again for the fun. 

Please remove being able to have negative stats.....it's making my runs impossible.....

Not a bad game but very irritating because RNG HATES me. Maybe also limit owl bears to when you have some equipment.

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Fun game, interesting card fighting progression game. 

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I would love classes (if possible).And to be able to take weapons from killed foes.

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Really fun game! As someone that plays dnd, I loved how like my games it is (missing constantly lol)! I would absolutely love some added elements added like a town outside the farm where you can spend money you earn while killing enemies to spend on weapons, spells, potions, and train stats so you can get further per run, cause it kinda felt like I was only making it so far per run. Made a video, hope you enjoy! 

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Hey! Glad to hear from you again!

First of all, thanks for the video :)

I agree, we need something to make next runs more fun, and as you said a shop with some kind of currency you earn on the dungeon could do it, we will explore that possibility!

Also since I saw you talking about it on the video, your natural 20 does count as critical, we just forgot to add some visual feedback for it! And for your damage rolls, they are rolled depending on the weapon you've equipped (for example, the rapier you did so well with is 1d10). We didn't want to fill the screen with rolls and try to keep the combat fast and simple. I can understand the confusion though, we might have to think some way to better communicate the damage rolls.

Thanks for the feedback!

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Fun game!