Card Games vs Literary Characters at the End of the World (for TheCakeFlavor)

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A single player trading card game experience. You are a talented card player participating in the Great Tournament during the literal end times. The other participants in the tournament are a bit odd.

-Duel and defeat eight literary characters in the card game
-Collect 94 cards and customize your 20 card deck
-Gripping story about the end of the world
-Eavesdrop on conversations among ideologues in the cafe
-Press C at any time to cough!
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Created for TheCakeFlavor, who asked for "cards, snowball, celebration, public domain characters, HDMI cable, cough ability, ideology."

I hope you were serious about cards, because the whole game is cards. I absolutely adored the TCG that fotocopiadora made for me last year (https://www.glorioustrainwrecks.com/node/11391) and figured I would just make that game. I fell in love with this project and had a lot of free time the past month, so there's an almost embarrassing amount of content in it. Hopefully the game isn't too difficult!

TIPS:
-Beat opponents in the cafe to earn extra booster packs if you're stuck
-Cough (starter deck), Honey Harvest (booster 1), and The Black Gate (booster 3) are very, very good draw cards that I would nerf if it weren't for the fact that the game depends on them.

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jakeclover2432222's picture

this is cool. i want to play

this is cool. i want to play more of it. nice world you have created. I didn't really learn how to play the card games but I appreciated reading the text and listening to the sounds, and looking at the drawings.

Alchiggins's picture

Thanks for the kind words!

Thanks for the kind words! Funny thing about your comment - some rando actually hacked and reuploaded the game so that you could win automatically with a key press. So if you're more interested in the world and text and drawings and not the card game itself, I would actually recommend checking that out: http://www.arcadeprehacks.com/game/34889/card-games-vs-literary-characters-at-the-end-of-the-world.html

jakeclover2432222's picture

haha, that's pretty cool.

haha, that's pretty cool. The game has an interesting atmosphere. reminded me of paper's please in some ways. I like how the focus is on the cheery card games yet there's also a bigger picture as described in the text.