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  • Summary: In the underworld, where creatures of all shapes and sizes live, a Selection Battle is announced to decide the next Overlord. Complete labyrinths and collect crystals to achieve the title of Overlord!

    Proceed through dungeon-like labyrinths building up your card deck in a roguelite style!
    In the underworld, where creatures of all shapes and sizes live, a Selection Battle is announced to decide the next Overlord. Complete labyrinths and collect crystals to achieve the title of Overlord!

    Proceed through dungeon-like labyrinths building up your card deck in a roguelite style! There are up to 5 different labyrinth themes based on card genres like poison or graveyards. Enjoy a different deck experience each time you visit the labyrinth as the number of cards increases. Over 300 types of cards and 150 types of treasure await you, so combos and combinations are up to you.

    Let's conquer the labyrinths and become the next Overlord!

    Features:
    - Card-deck turn-based battles
    - Labyrinth exploration in a roguelite style
    - Up to 5 unique labyrinth themes
    - Over 300 types of cards
    - Over 150 types of treasure
    - And more elements you'd expect from a JRPG and roguelike game!
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  1. Jul 19, 2022
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    At the absolute minimum, Overrogue shows that KEMCO and EXE-Create can do some good work when they venture outside of their usual comfort zones. There’s an energy and thoughtfulness to this game that makes it feel like the developers were actually sinking their teeth into making it. The best of the best in this style of game are tough to touch, but this game is good enough that deckbuilding roguelite fans should put it somewhere on the shopping list even if not necessarily at the top.