Indie TCG Series – Party Wanted! A Deck-Building, Roguelike, Co-Op Party Game!

Welcome to our Indie TCG Series! Trading card games should be fun, but sometimes the competitive aspect of the game can overshadow the fun.  Party Wanted is a game that reminds us that TCGs can be both fun and competitive. It’s a deck-building, roguelike, dungeon-crawling, solo or co-op party card game that even comes with a drinking element. With 216 full-color cards and original artwork, this game is the perfect way to gather your friends and become heroes together. I invite you to click on the link here and check out this TCG in the Kickstarter campaing. It’s quite different and promises a lot of fun, providing a great excuse to gather with your friends

Party Wanted was created by Aric Lorton, a game enthusiast who loves cards, video games, and board games. He felt that some of his favorite games were missing certain elements, so he decided to create a game that had everything he loved all in one. The result is a game that is easy to play, easy to learn, and provides hours of replayability.

One unique feature of Party  Wanted is the inclusion of lands, each with a different social mini-game that adds a new level of fun and helps strengthen the bonds between party members. Drinking is not required and does not affect stats in any way.

The game is fully developed and ready for the masses, but the creators need help to bring it to market. Their long-term goal is to make Party Wanted a mainstay in the TCG world by adding expansions with new lands and classes, as well as themed expansions outside of the realm of traditional adventures. After three years of making and playtesting, Party Wanted is still the go-to game for Friday nights. With no dice, no pieces, and no problems, it’s the perfect party in a box.

The game was funded in just one day, with 240 backers and still has 17 days left in the campaign. Check out the video below for an overview of how to play; it seems really fun!

That’s all for now. Soon, we’ll review this game and post it on our YouTube channel. As always, stay tuned to our magazine and YouTube channel for short videos and content on the world of indie TCGs. Until next time, keep playing!

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