Iris and the Giant Image
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  • Summary: Iris and The Giant is a fusion of the CCG, RPG and roguelike genres. You play as Iris, who must brave her fears in her imaginary world. Dive into a melancholic and gripping adventure, filled with cute monsters and buried memories. Ready to face your inner demons?
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  1. Mar 13, 2020
    78
    I really never thought I would ever be someone who played deckbuilding games. I never managed to get into Slay The Spire or Darkest Dungeon, and figured it wasn’t a genre I’d ever get to grips with. And then I stumbled on Meteorfall. It was love at first sight. It clicked. I got it. I got really good at it! I played it until I was on game+++ modes for every character, in a way I never play games! I’m having very similar feelings about Iris And The Giant.
  2. CD-Action
    Apr 17, 2020
    70
    Truly intriguing. So far it’s the best new tactical card game this year. And a true feast for eyes and ears. [05/2020, p.68]
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  1. Mar 4, 2020
    6
    not bad but needs more explanations on how the game works, kind of frustrating
  2. Mar 3, 2020
    4
    Pretty to look at but not very fun to play. Deckbuilding should be easy to learn and satisfying to master - this is a pain to learn and notPretty to look at but not very fun to play. Deckbuilding should be easy to learn and satisfying to master - this is a pain to learn and not rewarding once mastered. Expand
  3. Mar 3, 2020
    1
    If you can get past the gratingly bad voice work and writing, a jaggedly unpolished game awaits you.
  4. Mar 4, 2020
    0
    then again, it wouldn't make sense if a game about depression was fun to play