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This might perhaps pull a bunch of you away from Balatro, as Dungeons & Degenerate Gamblers a card-flipping, risk-taking roguelike deckbuilder is releasing on August 8th. It comes with Native Linux support and a demo is still currently available to try it.

Seems it was quite popular too with the developer noting it was one of the top 25 most-played demos, and it's managed to amass over 120K wishlists. So, it should do quite well at release then.

In Dungeons & Degenerate Gamblers, players build powerful decks to take on the greedy upper echelons of capitalist business baddies exploiting the local gamblers. Come launch, players will be able to choose from a collection of over 300 cards, with each round demanding new and improved strategies in order to bag the jackpot.

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Features:

  • 4 unique play styles based around card suits.
  • Unlock new starter decks when you complete runs, for a whole new way to play!
  • Over 250 unique cards!.
  • 60 characters to defeat.
  • Unique grimey pixel art aesthetic.
  • All the degeneracy from a seedy casino but with no risk to your finances, mental health, or your loved ones.

You can follow it on Steam.

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Anza 6 days ago
I played the demo and the it's nowhere near Balatro. Blackjack as game has basically two choices every turn and DDG doesn't build enough on top of the card game to make it nearly complex enough. There are few things that you can get that vary the gameplay, but they didn't do enough interesting things.

Luckily there's demo, so you can try it out yourself
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