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Description

Adventure the furthest in Conjurer Andy's Repeatable Dungeon. Recruit misfit heroes, battle weird creatures, and get all the loot. Then repeat!

Conjurer Andy's Repeatable Dungeon is a peculiar adventure game, where you, the hero will journey into the depths of a repeating dungeon to collect loot, defeat unusual creatures like the Jelly Cube, Pizza Golem and recruit unlikely heroes such as the Mathemagician to aid you in going the deepest into the dungeon.

C.A.R.D is a card-based Roguelike with fast paced, easy to learn gameplay featuring an ensemble cast of quirky and humorous heroes to join your questing adventures deep into Andy’s dungeon. With push your luck mechanics, the real question is…How much loot can you bring back without perishing!

Featuring:

* 80 unique characters to recruit and upgrade
* Over 50 enemies to encounter
* Simple 1 touch dungeon battling gameplay
* 18 total Armor sets and weapons to unlock giving you greater abilities
* Randomly generated rooms with enemies, treasure and more!

Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

guest532789 ,

Not bad, needs more to justify price tag

Not a bad little game.. artwork looks good, everything runs smooth on the iPhone6, and it’s very humorous. I think the price tag is a little steep for what the game has to offer. There’s a big lack of content, and lots of the dungeons looks the same. you pretty much wait to tap an arrow so it can align in the green space its moving in to get a hit on an enemy.. and that’s it.. I wish there was more, like a form of traveling level to level(similar to darkest dungeon, slay the spire), or even a map that has objectives to go to. There are basically no quests except to get 50 candles, 50 of this and that once a day... but what’s the point when they don’t contribute to anything? There is no substance, and the more I play, the more I wish I didn’t spend 7 dollars. I’ve played games that were a dollar with way more to do.

Lost in Mexico somewhere ,

Not a card based roguelike. Not worth $7.99

This is about as mindless as they come. Pick 3 heroes, go into the dungeon, press the spinner when it’s on green. Repeat. No strategy. I could train a monkey to play this game.

That the developers describe this game as a “card based roguelike” is an insult to both card games and roguelikes.

Maybe if it was only $0.99 or $1.99, I could forgive such simplicity. But at $7.99, more than Krumit’s Tale, I expect more complexity.

martinidawg ,

Poor game, Money grabber

Accidentally bought this, and gotta say, mega-ugly art style. Game loop is completely generic and boring. This app has some balls for being $8.99

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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