This much-awaited game of the year published by Playbest Games has now almost hit the global market and is available for PC, Android, and iOS. Mind it, the whole game is in Japanese and has not received much user ratings yet, since it’s fairly new, but as per the video about it on the stores, it feels like a card-based anime game on gods and ancient civilizations.
The Indies’ Lies, as per its description, is a single-player indie title, which combines the roguelike experience with a card-based deck-building model based on the modern version of the DBG genre of clash of gods.
The player needs to craft several things, namely a deck. They have to discover talents nicknamed “runes,” discover and spark your abilities in the form of talents, and recruit different lieutenants to build and assemble their teams.
Players can use various in-game available characters to reveal different story chapters based on each character and explore their surroundings, which are caught in a fierce battle of the clash of gods.
Sometimes, players should invest certain time in these types of indie games, not because to support the small developers who often don’t get much attention from the mass media, but also to understand a storyline said from a small perspective and whose gameplay mechanics have been designed in the way players choose to interact with.
It would be worth looking at how players take on this journey and if it’s even worth trying out, and the developers who have promised about the quality of the game, gameplay, and the overall mechanics have met their audiences’ expectations or not.
Do let us know your thoughts about this new game developed by a Japanese studio whose name I still can’t make out and published by Playbest Games in the comment section below. Happy gaming, gamers!