released on Oct 19, 2021

Inscryption is an inky black card-based odyssey that blends the deckbuilding roguelike, escape-room style puzzles, and psychological horror into a blood-laced smoothie. Darker still are the secrets inscrybed upon the cards...

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Just a fantastic and simple game system with it's own variations within itself. Great boss design for a card game. And I just loooooove game creators that are able to create a rich and colorful world and go crazy with it. Well made game. Difficulty can be a bit annoying if you get a bad deck and the biggest QOL issue is not having an undo button for misclicks.

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Tava gostando bastante do game até chegar na parte 8-bit, o lance da história é muito bom, mas depois pra mim ficou só uma gameplay chata, terminei a parte 8-bit e comecei a do robô esperando que a história fosse avançar drasticamente, mas não foi o que aconteceu, só permaneceu umas batalhas de carta fracas que não chega perto da primeira parte do jogo.

It's been close to two years since I first booted up Inscryption, and I've just now 100%'d all of the achievements. What started as a fascinating and vibey cardplay experience in the first act of the game developed into a mind-bending love letter to classic games, and then, upon tearful completion of the story, turned into a deliciously challenging roguelike challenge mode in Kacey's Mod, with which I would be obsessed, off and on, for the better part of two years. The creativity on display here is baffling, from the story, to the art, to the brilliant gameplay. Still my favorite game of 2021 (tied with Echoes of The Eye if we're counting that as a game), and safely one of my favorite games of all time. Mr. Mullins, I can't wait for whatever you've got planned next, and Leshy, thanks for an incredible time <3.