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In my future I foresee a whole lot of hours in Dungeon Clawler

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Dungeon Clawler from Stray Fawn Studio (The Wandering Village) was just announced with Native Linux support and a demo available, and this blending of a rogue-like deckbuilder with a claw machine is going to absolutely annihilate my free time.

What ever will indie developers come up with next? How am I still getting surprised by all these genre fusions? Dungeon Clawler has such a fun idea that I absolutely love it already from the demo. 

More about it: "To improve his fortune in gambling, the evil dungeon lord has chopped off your left rabbit paw and wears it as a charm. Replacing your lost limb with a (t)rusty claw you fight your way through the dungeon to reclaim what's yours! Dungeon Clawler mixes deck building with a dash of rogue-like mechanics and most importantly: a claw machine."

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Game Features:

Deck Building - Build your unique deck to effectively fight an array of different enemies. Choose wisely, as certain items interact with each other as well as the claw machine.

Lucky Charms - Discover powerful good-luck charms that can quickly change the gameplay and greatly help you on your quest.

Mystery Locations - Venture into mystery locations and discover treasures as well as strange, dangerous things...

Push Your Luck - Spend your hard earned coin in the dungeon's pachinko machines - with a bit of luck you might get powerful items which help you on your quest.

Customization & Perma Unlocks - Visit Grandma, maybe she will knit you a new sweater! Clothing awards unique perks giving you an edge on your next dungeon dive.

Do yourself a favour and check out the demo on Steam.

To the top of my wishlist you go!

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3 comments

g000h Mar 23
And like a claw machine in an amusement arcade, ultimately quite a frustrating experience. Not so keen here, after trying it.
scaine Mar 24
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Quoting: g000hAnd like a claw machine in an amusement arcade, ultimately quite a frustrating experience. Not so keen here, after trying it.
Just the trailer made me wonder if that would be the case. All deck builders are luck-based, but visually representing that luck like this must be extra frustrating!
Liam Dawe Mar 25
I found it entertaining, like chucking coins into a machine at an arcade only with no money loss. Here it's also not so random, and fairer since the claw actually works. You can fill up the machine with liquid too, quite amusing.
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