Kickstarter campaign launched for roguelite dungeon crawler Dungeon Drafters

Seeking $12,500 in funding.

Dungeon Drafters

Developer Manalith Studios has launched the Kickstarter campaign for Dungeon Drafters, a roguelite dungeon crawler where magic is unleashed via cards. It is seeking $12,500 in funding for release on PC with an estimated window of July 2021.

Here is a brief overview of the game, via Manalith Studios:

Dungeon Drafters is a world where magic is cards and cards are magic. Play as a young adventurer, eager to explore ancient dungeons and find long-forgotten cards to build the legendary spell deck that could defeat the one wielding the forbidden cards the entire world fears!

Employ clever tactics to defeat giant slimes and malfunctioning golems, loot conveniently placed treasure chests, uncover hidden secrets, collect rare cards, and rescue lost adventurers. Build your unique, ultimate spell deck with your signature card combo!

Dungeon Drafters is being developed by Manalith Studios. A prototype version of the game was launched in November 2018 on the Itch.io platform, and after that development was continued with a larger team, due to positive feedback from the community. Now with 8 developers, the project has a new look. Its launch will be in the middle of 2021.

Watch the Kickstarter campaign trailer below. View a set of screenshots at the gallery.

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