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  1. Mar 22, 2022
    8
    I’m in love with this game. It’s a simple deck builder. The runs are really quick at around 20 minutes or so.. its simple but fun. Ive played Slay the Spire (my favorite), Nowhere Prophet, Dicey Dungeons, and Dungeon Top. If you’re a fan of these games, you should try Neurodeck. The Devs seem active in working for updates and balancing this game, im happy about that.. the game is notI’m in love with this game. It’s a simple deck builder. The runs are really quick at around 20 minutes or so.. its simple but fun. Ive played Slay the Spire (my favorite), Nowhere Prophet, Dicey Dungeons, and Dungeon Top. If you’re a fan of these games, you should try Neurodeck. The Devs seem active in working for updates and balancing this game, im happy about that.. the game is not without its flaws.. it feels lacking, and i feel like the point about this game that its about Mental health is just a theme. Nothing feels new here. Nothing ground breaking.. so for the sale price that i paid for.. its worth it. Im a hopeful fan waiting for new updates. Expand
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Mixed or average reviews - based on 5 Critic Reviews

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  1. Positive: 2 out of 5
  2. Negative: 0 out of 5
  1. May 29, 2021
    50
    Neurodeck offers up an interesting premise and beautiful visuals. Story-wise and gameplay-wise, however, the whole experience feels like an Early Access release; many areas of gameplay are repetitive, and it’s easy to encounter the same enemies multiple times in a single run. I’m convinced this could be a stunning game if given a bit more love by the developers, but it doesn’t match up to the giants currently dominating the card-game genre. If you’re looking for a deck-building challenge, it’s best to keep looking a little longer.
  2. Apr 9, 2021
    80
    Neurodeck has its flaws; there are a few balancing issues that still need to be resolved, and the pacing needs a little fine-tuning. But the good definitely outweighs the bad. There’s something strangely wonderful about facing down phobias with cards like Comfort Food and Grumpy Frown. And with the promise of more improvements to come, Neurodeck can only get better from here.
  3. Mar 23, 2021
    50
    In the end, Neurodeck is not a bad game. Those who would occasionally start a new session might enjoy their time, as it relies on a refreshing concept and fine visuals. In the long run though, the gameplay mechanics really lack of depth and the difficult topics of the game, such as toxic masculinity or post-partum depression, reveal to be approached in a too vague way.