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    Dungeon Drafters Short Gameplay Video Revealed Ahead Of Release On April 27th, 2023

    DANGEN Entertainment has released a short gameplay video of Dungeon Drafters, a mystery dungeon adventure with rogue-lite elements set to release on PC on April 27th, 2023.

    The gameplay video gives a sneak peak at a short run in the ‘Misty Ruins Grove’ dungeon in the full version of the game using the Shinobi character, one of the six available at the start of the game. The agile Shinobi character storms battles with a fast and furious Raider and Traveller-based starting deck, allowing for attack cards ‘Flame Ring,’ ‘Fury Swipes’ and ‘Gust,’ along with tactical movement cards such as ‘Shadow Walk,’ ‘Vault’ and ‘Hook.’

    Setting and Story

    Dungeon Drafters is a mystery dungeon adventure set in a world where magic is cards, and cards are magic. Explore ancient ruins, loot rare cards and employ clever combos to defeat your foes and build the legendary spell deck that could save the world.

    Play as a young adventurer eager to explore ancient ruins in this tile-based dungeon crawler with rogue-lite elements. Choose your character, create your unique spell deck and plunge into the ancient dungeons on a quest to rid the world of evil and forbidden cards.

    Battle it out in tile-based combat with your spell deck to execute incredible combos that devastate the battlefield. Collect rare cards, loot treasure, rescue lost adventurers, then return to town to prepare for your next run. Dive deeper and work your way toward building the ultimate spell deck that will banish evil from the world forever.

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