Build Dungeons And Test Your Friends In Monolisk, A Mobile F2P Game Turned PC Port
A new-ish ARPG with CCG elements and some dungeon building thrown in for good measure launched on Steam yesterday. I say "new-ish" ish because the game originally launched on mobile devices in October of 2019.
Monolisk, a game from developer and publisher Trickster Arts, combines the elements of ARPG with GGCs with cards featuring equipment, abilities, creatures, and environments that players can collect. Additional cards can also be crafted by the players. This "create your own" thing is pretty much a game all by itself, as players can also design levels for friends and followers, and even customize five heroes to match their own playstyle.
The game is technically single-player. The only multiplayer parts involve the creation aspect. So, this might be something that's good for when you just want to drop in and play something for a bit without having to be social.
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