Fans of Slay the Spire are in for a delight next week, as a heavily inspired game, Indies Lies will be releasing on the 23rd of September!
Playbest Games, a new indie developer, is looking for a head start in the mobile gaming market. For this, it is coming out with a mobile-first free-to-play roguelike deck builder, Indies Lies. The game draws inspiration from an icon of the roguelike deck-building genre, Slay the Spire. The game will be going live next week on the 23rd, so before that, here is what you need to know!
About Indies Lies:
Indies Lies is a roguelike deck builder game that is being developed by a new developer named Playbest Games. The game draws inspiration from the iconic Slay the Spire. At launch, the game features 9 characters, 3 each in 3 different professions. Each character has its own storyline. The player can collect clues and unlock the story mode for that specific character. Since the game also is a roguelike it also features turn-by-turn combat where players can modify their skills and attacks before the battle. Apart from the 9 characters, the players can also invite up to 2 lieutenants who will aid the player in battle.
The game is currently open for pre-registration for free on both Google’s Play Store and Apple’s App Store. You can pre-register yourself from here for Android and from here for iOS! Following the mobile release, the game will also be released for PC in December, so you can also add it to your Steam wishlist from here!
To conclude, the trailer for Indies Lies looks pretty impressive, especially considering it is Playbest Games’ first game. If you are a fan of the roguelike or deck builder genre, it is something that you should definitely look forward to. The inspirations from Slay the Spire are pretty evident and will appeal to every lover of this genre. Finally, what are your thoughts and opinions about the game? Are you someone who enjoys these types of games? Let us know in the comments section!
Also do read our article on Ex Astris, an exciting turn-based RPG that was recently announced