Deck Of Ashes Coming To Early Access This Spring

This week AY Games announced the forthcoming Deck Of Ashes, a single-player rogue-lite RPG with deck-building mechanics. Developed and published by AY Games, Deck of Ashes is a procedurally-generated turn-based RPG where players must explore the world as they track down powerful cards in order to forge a powerful “Battle Deck”. This is a hardcore game though, as losing a battle means having to start anew!

In Deck of Ashes, players will find themselves scouring a grim fantasy world in search of combat cards, supplies, and other resources – all while battling against some of the vilest beasts the cursed land has to offer. While collecting cards to outfit their deck with a band of ruthless antiheroes, players will choose their champion — each of whom has a unique card deck — and take on the world, one intense encounter after another eventually leading up to a battle with the ultimate evil, the Ash Curse.

About Deck Of Ashes

Developed and published by AY Games, Deck Of Ashes is a single-player rogue-lite RPG with deck-building mechanics. Deck Of Ashes is planned for Steam Early Access in April with a full release planned for later in 2019. Key features include:

  • Build Power-Fueled Decks: Test your wit and your strategic mettle with powerful Battle Decks, each crafted with unique combat cards that deal staggering combos and unforgiving effects.
  • Eerily Wonderful Environments: Explore and navigate a completely hand-drawn cursed landscape with dangers lurking in every shadow.
  • A Biome (and Monster) for Every Occasion: Discover unique biomes, each harbouring different monster types.
  • Stayin’ Alive, Stayin’ Alive: Enjoy an ever-changing, new experience each game with procedurally generated realms waiting to devour the next unwary traveler.
  • No Mercy for the Weary: Mistakes are unacceptable, death is forever — without the use of dark magic, once you die, you’re gone for good.

Deck Of Ashes

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Scott is a comic book, music and gaming nerd since the late 70s. Gaming all began on the Colecovision and Atari 2600. He buys and reads new comics every Wednesday from his LCBS and helps run an online Heavy Metal radio station.

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