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Decknight deck screen

I have been working in the decks screen these days. The decks screen is where you can see the cards you already visited in Decknight. After some work and a lot of changes I have a initial screen done for this. Here is a gif of how it works.

I think it still need a lot of work, especially in the performance part because right now it’s the slower part of all the game (even slower than the combat). But the general idea is there. In the future, I’m thinking about adding the weapons and creatures too and a touch system (some kind of swipe for the mobile screens) because now it works only with the lateral buttons.

I have been working too in the mountains level. Now most of the work is on paper but you can follow some of the art in my Twitter account or Facebook.

Also, Decknight is now in the playtesting forum of TIGSource and any feedback there will be very helpful.

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Decknight Alpha released

Well. Decknight is in alpha version on the Google Play Store but there’s still a lot of work to do here.

I’m going to start explaining Decknight in this first post.


Decknight is a role-play video game for Android that puts the player in the role of a Knight on his way to a Dark Castle. What you find during your trip is defined by several decks, each one representing a global zone.

On Each card you will find a different situation where you have to make a choice in a similar way to the old Choose Your Own Adventure books. Some cards are simple with only one option or just a fight. Others are long with a lot of choices to do or different combats.

The combat in Decknight is turn based and there’s some different action you can choose on each turn. Different weapons have different actions, including especial attacks, parrying, evading, blocking with a shield. Or you can just use a spell or an object.

Once you get to the end of a deck (the decks have 30 different cards, but you will play only some of them before reaching the exit card) you get an especial card and go to the next deck.

Now there are three different decks. Grassland, Woods and Lake, but there will be more with each new version of the game.

Well, that’s a little resume of what’s Decknight. If you think it’s your kind of game you can try it for free on the Google Store (did I mention it before?).

See you!

PD. If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact me on Twitter and Facebook,

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