Hadean Tactics is an Early Access game that blends together an auto-battler with a deck-builder to give you a thoroughly great experience and there's a new content upgrade out now. See also: early thoughts from our contributor Scaine.

"With procedurally generated paths, an assortment of game changing relics, and a unique battle system that combines the control of deckbuilding with semi real-time combat, no run of Hadean Tactics is ever the same."

The easiest way to think about Hadean Tactics is if you combined Slay the Spire with Dota Underlords / Autochess. That's it in a nutshell but it's so much more unique because of the blending.

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As of the latest update out now here's what's new:

  • A brand new Hero, focusing on ranged attacks, ailments, and advanced board manipulation;
  • full deck with 60+ cards;
  • Nine new units, alongside ten new alliances, creating incredible synergies to discover;
  • Runes! Consumable items that can turn the tide of combat in your favor;
  • And a whole bunch of gameplay changes, balance, and polish!

Another game that firmly deserves more attention.

You can buy it on Steam.

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Purple Library Guy 20 Aug, 2021
I thought an auto-battler was like that racing game that came out a little while ago where you can have the cars fight.
scaine 21 Aug, 2021
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Loved this game, but I haven't played it much since around March time. I think I'll dust it off for this big update though.
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