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Inventory management games are becoming another popular thing at the moment. We've had all those survivor-like bullet-heaven games and now another genre is springing to life. NEODUEL: Backpack Monsters looks like a sweet spin on the idea.

Backpack Battles that released back in March is a current favourite of mine, but NEODUEL: Backpack Monsters brings with it a nice twist with you stuffing monsters into your pack. It's all about getting the best combo you can, while battling other players and fusing these creatures together to make a more powerful one. 

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More about it:

  • A multi-player, monster trainer themed, inventory management & auto-battler game!
  • Choose your monsters, place and combine them, create synergies and beat your opponents!
  • After every battle, choose new monsters for your team and try to create the ultimate combo.
  • NeoDuel: Backpack Monsters is an asynchronous multiplayer game, meaning that time is on your side.
  • Need a break? Go ahead and take a sip of coffee for us. Your progress will be here when you return, your opponents will be ready and waiting still.
  • Use crystals to evolve your monsters to their stronger forms and fuse different monsters to discover unique creations.
  • From your humble family street to the shiny stadiums of monster battling, win against other players to aspire!
  • NeoDuel will include ranks and features designed for competitive play.
  • Use unique modifications and upgrades to alter your playstyle and maximize the potential of your team!
  • Explore different tactics to discover strong synergies.

The demo seems to work just great on Kubuntu Linux. Nice to see!

It releases in Q3 2024. There's a demo available on Steam with Native Linux support.

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