- Publisher: Codename Entertainment
- Release Date: Sep 7, 2017
- Also On: iPhone/iPad, PlayStation 4, Switch, Xbox One
Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms is an official Dungeons & Dragons strategy management game.
Idle Champions challenges players to assemble a party of Champions and master the art of Formation Strategy. Players unlock new heroes, upgrade them to reveal special abilities, and collectIdle Champions of the Forgotten Realms is an official Dungeons & Dragons strategy management game.
Idle Champions challenges players to assemble a party of Champions and master the art of Formation Strategy. Players unlock new heroes, upgrade them to reveal special abilities, and collect epic gear. The key to glory is learning how to combine Champion abilities to defeat an onslaught of powerful monsters.
* Unlock Renowned Champions
Collect renowned Champions from the world of Dungeons & Dragons, including fan-favourites from the Force Grey series. Unlock more Champions and gear to add to your party in limited-time events.
* Formation Strategy
Mastering the position of each Champion to maximize their special abilities is the key to completing each adventure. Each Champion's abilities and gear requires careful thought to create the best combination. Only the most powerful formations will defeat the waves of Dungeons & Dragons monsters.
* Explore the Forgotten Realms
Take your Champions on a journey through the Sword Coast. Players will be able to explore familiar locations within the Forgotten Realms as they tackle each adventure. After launch, the game will be updated with content inspired by the official Dungeons & Dragons adventures, starting with a trip to Chult with the Tomb of Annihilation.
* Regular Events
The game is updated regularly with limited-time events.… Expand
- Developer: Codename Entertainment
- Genre(s): Role-Playing, Action RPG
- # of players: No Online Multiplayer
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Positive: 1 out of 5
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Negative: 3 out of 5
Jun 7, 2019I'll be posting this anywhere I can. The devs for this game are wonderful. They hold regular discussions on reddit where they post updates andI'll be posting this anywhere I can. The devs for this game are wonderful. They hold regular discussions on reddit where they post updates and take questions. They are updating content weekly and always updating and tweaking the games balance. Twice I've contacted the devs and they are always responsive. I had a time-gate somehow close as soon as opened it. I sent a message through the in game browser, and they got back to me the next morning and re-opened it, no questions asked. In hindsight, I may have accidentally held the button to close it instead of start the adventure. I'm not sure, but they didn't ask they just resolved it.
The game itself is great, but in order to idle, the game has to be running like it does on the PC. The problem with that is, the PS4 can't multi task so it takes forefront. You gain gold offline, but it's negligible. The game is designed for the PC and to be running in the background, in which you can level up and idle whenever you want. So I can't say it's a true idle game for the console, but it is free.… Expand
Aug 2, 2022Moderately enjoyable experience but it is insanely addictive. After spending 251 hours in the game I do not recommend picking this up.
Dec 18, 2017Very good idea, very poorly executed.
The game is just a minor improvement over "crusaders of the lost idols" except it's too new andVery good idea, very poorly executed.
The game is just a minor improvement over "crusaders of the lost idols" except it's too new and unripe to be as fun to play as the other one.
Is has absolutely nothing to do with d&d. They deserve nobody ever playing it just for how , once again, someone abused d&d name to lure people in, and just make yet another game that has nothing to do with d&d spirit.
Idle influence is too strong and it ruins everything, What's the point of having dozens of different characters if everything you will end up with is a single character doing damage while the other ones just need to be set-up in a way to make your one and only damage dealer reach highest possible dps?
Why put d&d stats and modifiers if they don't do absolutely anything? It's a farce.
Of course, even if they did, it would be useless. you only ever use one single character at the time, you don't even feel like they are actually characters.… Expand
Sep 13, 2020The game is very simple, an ordinary clicker game that I do not like much, but the gameplay seems to be good, there is not much to do.
May 5, 2021This is an idle game. Idle games are barely games as they are designed to minimize player input. This one is a good example of minimal playerThis is an idle game. Idle games are barely games as they are designed to minimize player input. This one is a good example of minimal player input. You can just leave the game running for minutes on end without doing a single thing. If you like that sort of thing, this game is for you.
From talking to the player base, most of those that responded are the type of people that "like to see numbers get bigger" and find rearranging a single formation "strategically" satisfying. Some commented on how they liked that it uses D&D characters, which it does to the extent that it uses generic 2d sprites and then attaches D&D character names to it. There is no lore or character development.
I have played an idle game or two before, and got bored within a couple of days, this time I was bored within a couple minutes. It brings nothing new to the "genre", and is clearly trying to capitalize on the D&D branding. Well, it does do one thing better than any other idle game I have seen, and that is monetization. There are pages and pages and pages of store content. All ready for you to swipe your card and skip over boring idle gameplay...to get to more boring idle gameplay.
Honestly the game has no appeal for me, as I like to have a certain minimal degree of player interaction, and am put off by any game so obviously using well known branding to attract people to a game so heavily monetized. The graphics are bad, "think 2005 flash game", from what I saw, the story is practically non-existent, and there is practically no gameplay. However, I wont give this a 0 because it did have active players, who seemed to enjoy the game, for those reasons, or at least despite them.… Expand