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Mildred’s Tarot Battle a unique 2D battler

mildred's tarot battle a turn-based card battler game for linux mac windows pc

Mildred’s Tarot Battle a turn-based card battler game for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC has a Demo. Beedy Beeper’s exceptional skills as a developer truly shine in this adventure. With a full release due to make its way onto Steam.

Let’s dive into Mildred’s Tarot Battle, a truly unique turn-based card battler game that’s coming to Linux.

You’re Mildred, a spirited grandma with a knack for tarot cards. Your daughter thinks it’s time for you to move to a retirement home, but you’re not having any of it. The twist? Your tarot deck isn’t just for show; it’s your secret weapon in a series of challenges. Due to test test your wits and strategy.

The core of Mildred’s Tarot Battle revolves around various battles – obviously. There are 12, each more intriguing than the last, complete with a comprehensive tutorial to start. Mildred’s deck, a creation of her own, features the 22 cards of the Major Arcana. Which also brings a mystical edge to your strategy.

Gameplay is turn-based, perfect for those who like to think a few steps ahead. You’ll feel right at home if you’re into planning and anticipating moves. Plus, you get to pick and add unique new cards to your deck, giving you a fresh edge in each battle.

Mildred’s Tarot Battle Trailer

And the battles? They’re a blast. Mildred faces a range of quirky foes, each with their own weird special attacks. From the pushy doctor to the oddball from the Church of Perpetual Motion. These encounters are as entertaining as they are challenging.

But Mildred’s Tarot Battle is not all about the battles. Between each clash, you’re treated to delightful cut scenes. These moments are key; they show you how your progress is influencing Mildred’s daughter, Lydia. It’s a heartwarming, funny journey, and Mildred’s character shines through. She’s charming, sure, but she’s also no push-over!

And that’s what makes Mildred’s Tarot Battle stand out. It blends the charm of a story about independence and the thrill of strategic turn-based battles. Plus, it’s accessible, thanks to its easy to learn mechanics, but also offers plenty of depth for those looking for a challenge. It’s a blend of heart, humor, and strategy that’s not just engaging, but also speaks to a wide audience. Whether you’re a fan of card games or just love a good story, the Demo is worth checking out on Steam. The full release is due to release in Q4 2024 on Linux, Mac, and Windows PC.

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