Roguebook stands out from the pack on a few qualities, but it’s not a must-play.
What is it? Deckbuilding dungeoneering.
Expect to pay $25
Developer Abrakam Entertainment SA
Reviewed on AMD FX-8350, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 Ti, 32GB RAM
Link Official site
Those who’ve found their niche in the recent trend of deckbuilding and dungeon-crawling roguelikes will find something to enjoy in Roguebook, a confident, competent release from card game development veterans Abrakam Entertainment, the creators of Faeria. Set in the same world, it’s a colorful, whimsical, and charming fantasy. It also very proudly fits the genre mold, a run-based game that lets you iteratively unlock new cards, treasures, and characters for increasingly powerful builds to take on self-paced challenges.