Light Fingers coming to Xbox One and PC this spring alongside ‘Mechanical Minds’ update

New update adds AI opponents to the campaign, achievements, and more.

Light Fingers

Light Fingers, the turn-based multiplayer game that first launched for Switch in September 2018, is coming to Xbox One and PC via Steam this spring for $19.99, developer Numizmatic announced. The Xbox One and PC versions will include all of the game’s previously released updates, as well as the newly announced “Mechanical Minds” update.

Light Fingers is strategic, skill-based and a game of chance, as cards and tiles on the board are randomly generated to create a unique play session each time,” said Nuzimatic founder Hubert Bibrowski in a press release. “Luck can only do so much because ultimately the winner is the person that demonstrates the greatest thieving and dungeon prowess skills.”

Here is an overview of the game, via Numizmatic:


Played on a magical clockworks game board that unfolds into a detailed miniature world, Light Fingers is a turn-based multiplayer game has real-time action and devious opportunities for misdirection and thievery, all in the pursuit of securing more loot than your opponents.

With the Xbox One and PC launch, Numizmatic will also release a new free downloadable content package, “Mechanical Minds”  which adds AI opponents to the Board Campaign, game achievements and polishing. This new downloadable content will also be available in the currently released Nintendo Switch version.

Key Features

  • Local pick-up-and-play for up to four players.
  • A beautifully imagined game board that unfolds into a detailed miniature world.
  • Cunningly steal loot without getting caught and stash it for safekeeping.
  • Elude relentlessly pursuing guards and thieving opponents.
  • Dungeon challenges test reflexes, offering big rewards for those that succeed.
  • Activate traps to stop other players from surviving dungeons.
  • Manipulate the outcome of turns both on the game board and by interfering with the active player’s turn.
  • Explore new areas of the board to uncover shops, dungeons, cards, and, best of all, loot.
  • A lively soundtrack of sounds composed from rare and archaic medieval instruments.
  • A growing collection of free content updates!
    • The Rule of House – House rules system, hotseat mode and more.
    • The Crook’d Captain – Crook’d Captain NPC, guard tower tile and more.
    • The Pumpkin Patch – Cemetery Stash! Rumor has it there’s loot hidden away amongst the graves in the cemetery, stashed long ago by a thief on the run. Dare you go digging?

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