Autubattler of card game Storybook Brawl published in Early Access on Steam era, giving you the opportunity to write “your favorite characters from history and myth,” such as the brand-neutral “Snow Wight,” or “Princess Peep and Her Hardened Sheep in Battle”. Each fairy tale character has unique abilities.
With its themed and large, bright UI, Storybook Brawl comes out as the type of game that’s easy to learn, but hard to master. “The goal was to create a game that anyone could get into and have fun with,” says designer Matt Place, who was champion of Magic Pro Tour before turning his hand to the concept of the game. “Fairy Tales gives us a huge slew of characters with lots of personalities and attributes to explore, and allows us to make a very accessible game that’s not too complex but has a deep strategy for those who want it.”
The studio, Good Luck Games, is led by three former professional card game players who have gone on to design games, working on projects including Hearthstone and Elder Scrolls: Legends before coming together to work on Storybook Brawl. Having played at such a high level, it is interesting that they explicitly chose to make such an approachable game. Most of the critics on Steam are already passionate about the genre. (There are 33 reviews for Storybook Brawl at the time of writing, with a “positive” average).
Storybook Brawl is expected to be in Prime Access until the “end of 2021 to the beginning of 2022”. Core systems and many of the final game objects are already in place (including “1 Ultra Cute Puff Puff”), but players can expect to see additional features such as group lobbies, friend chats, and full-fledged characters. expressed.
Storybook Brawl is free to play, and can be downloaded from Steam.