One Deck Dungeon (Card Game)

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Price
483
(12 user ratings)
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Description

One Deck Dungeon is a card game "roguelike" — a dungeon delve that is different every time, difficult to survive, with a character you build up from scratch. The deck consists of various foes to combat and other perils from the dungeon. Each card, though, depicts both the obstacle to overcome and the potential rewards for doing so. When you defeat a card, you claim it as either experience, an item, or a skill, tucking it under the appropriate side of your character card to show its benefits.

The longer you take exploring the dungeon, the deeper you'll delve, and the difficulty will scale up quickly! If you make it far enough, you'll have to fight the dungeon boss. Survive, and you'll be a legend!

One Deck Dungeon is designed for 1-2 players. With multiple sets, you can add more players.

Product Details

Barcode
859358006017
Department
Boards & Dice
Released
23 Dec 2016
Category
Game Mechanic
Year Published
2016
Family
Solitaire Games
# of Players
1 - 2
User Suggested # of Players
Best with 1 players, Recommended with 1 - 2 players
Suggested Ages
14 and up
Playing Time
30 - 45 minutes
Game Designer
Chris Cieslik
Game Artist
  • Alanna Cervenak
  • Will Pitzer
Publisher
Asmadi Games
User Suggested Ages
8+
Language Dependence
Moderate in-game text - needs crib sheet or paste ups
Supply Source
USA

Customer Reviews

Murderously challenging

Reviewed by on

The artwork for One Deck Dungeon is excellent and its components are of a very high quality. It is packaged in a very small box that is incredibly easy to store and carry. One you thing you must know, if you are thinking of purchasing this game, is that it is incredibly difficult, even at easy. Sometimes, the dice luck will mess with you. To be counted as a great dice game, the mechanics that determine how dice can be used must incorporate ways of mitigating dice luck. One Deck Dungeon offers several ways of doing this, but your access to these mechanisms is also influenced by luck. After about 45 games, I still struggle to compensate for dice luck. Don't get me wrong, it can be done, but even the easiest level of difficulty is murderous. If you are not familiar with Scott Almes' Tiny Epic Galaxies (also available on Raru), take a look at that game first, and then decide whether you want to go for One Deck Dungeon.

Great Game

Reviewed by on

Was really happy with this game. Awesome solo D&D style game that scales out well to 2 players. Have not tried the 4 player version.