Originally published at: https://statelyplay.com/2019/04/22/one-deck-dungeon-heading-to-the-small-screen/
- iOS, Android, PC/Mac/Linux
Coming out of nowhere last year was Handelabra‘s port of the Little Card Game That Could, One Deck Dungeon. No other board game port received nearly as much playtime and, let me remind you, you could only play it on iPad or your laptop. Luckily, it’s less of an addiction now because it’s coming to phones in May which would have killed me had it happened last year.
If you have no idea what the hell we’re talking about, head over to the review. We kind of liked it. Why wouldn’t we? It’s a cool card-and-dice based roguelike in which you get to level up characters who retain new abilities the more you play. It’s also addictive as hell.
In fact, I’d still be playing it like there’s nothing else to do if I hadn’t played so much that I’ve maxed out just about every character in the game. It’s good enough that, once it’s on my phone, I’m sure I’ll head back in and bash my head against the Lich and Yeti yet again.
No concrete date for the phone release, but we know it’s coming in May and it will be a Universal upgrade so those of us who bought it on iPad or Android tablet won’t have to repurchase to play it on your handheld.
We’ll poke the Handelabra guys and see if we can get any refinement on the date.
- One Deck Dungeon for iPad, $10
- One Deck Dungeon for Android, $10
- One Deck Dungeon for PC/Mac/Linux via Steam, $10