Stolen Crown system requirements
- OS: Windows 7, 8/8.1, 10
- Processor: 2.6Ghz
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: 1Gb Video Memory, capable of DirectX11
- DirectX: Version 11
- Storage: 1 GB available space
Recommended:Recommended requirements are not yet specified.
Don't let the simplistic graphics fool you; the gameplay loop is extremely fun and challenging. So many roguelike/lite deckbuilders could learn from how cleanly this game gets you into a new run, mixes in some rng, and keeping you hungry for what's next. It's the kind of game where you keep wanting "one more". Very different games, but I'd compare that play-time fun-to-grind efficiency to "Monster Train", which is very high praise. I mean efficiency as opposed to the long haul, somewhat tedius grinds that can be found in otherwise good games of this genre.
Worth the price, absolutely.
A great take on the deck building game that adds a lot of depth in strategy. Stolen Crown really rewards playing smart and taking advantage of what you're given more so than other similar games that reward getting lucky and only selecting the "strongest" cards. Would highly reccomend.
Deck builders are all the rage, and this game? THIS GAME RIGHT HERE?! It gives me no rage, just smiles. I build decks with cool cards and I don't have to deal with the body odor that comes along with visiting my IRL gaming store. I get to play mini games just like at the fair, but I don't have to deal with carnival barkers laughing at my and telling me how ugly I am. I can travel a world filled with mystery and lore without having to travel the actual world and deal with cultures that don't have chicken nuggets for me to eat. Stolen Crown is the video game version of chicken nuggets, everyone I've talked to loves it, and those who don't are probably lizard people from Australia (yeah we know your secrets Aussies, the world is onto you).
Buy this game and enjoy life.
Also I bet the developer has a really big schlong.
Deck builders seem to be a dime a dozen these days thanks to Slay the Spire, and it can be hard to sift through them all to find the good ones. Thankfully, Stolen Crown is one of those good ones. Additionally to being a deck builder, it also offers a 3D battlemap for each fight, making it a tactics game in addition to a deck builder. Fans of Slay the Spire, as well as games like Wargroove and Fire Emblem, will appreciate the tactics mechanics that have been implemented in this game which make it unique. Definitely give it a try.
This is my first foray into the deck building genre, but I appreciated the combined strategy of the tactics based combat. The encounters are well written fun little experiences. I'm still learning how to play, and have not beat the game (stolen the crown back?) But the attempts are quick and easy to hammer through a few of them. 10-15 minutes per round from my experience.
This game is not my usual genre, but thought I would give it a try. Although I have some learning to do, I am impressed with the story line. The graphics are well done, and the game draws you in. I will be on a quest to get through this one!
I DARE!!! Any other game for $10.00 to be BETTER than this one. Stolen Crown.
The Demo SPEAK for IT SELF!
Try it and see. : )
In all honesty ... I see myself playing this game longer then any other game I ever owned.
Sandbox mode gives ENDLESS game replay value. I see no way you could make this a BETTER game. To me this is a LANDMARK GAME. Because of the endless replay value of Sandbox, I can not think of ANY OTHER GAME like this one at any price. I am speechless.
I'm a big fan of deck builder games like Slay the Spire and Monster Train. I love what the developer did here adding in the turn-based strategy elements to that formula. Fun game, definitely recommend!
Similar to StS but adds tactical map instead of only card play.
Runs are challenging but not very long.
Game still has bugs but the main (only??) dev is active on Discord and fixes bugs daily.
If you like StS (or games of its ilk) you should give this a go.
This is a great addition to the deckbuilder genre! It's an interesting take on the usual deckbuilder because it kinda combines with a turn based tactics style for the combat. I also really like that there are a number of ways to progress to the bosses so it doesn't always have to be combat heavy. I would say it's a great concept, and I'll be looking forward to more updates and features in the future!
A fun deck-builder roguelite that's no pushover. The battle and runs require actual strategy and there's plenty of variations in builds per each character which makes it fun to run over and over. The card art is lovely and the music is very atmospheric throughout. If you like mindless click-to-win games then give this a pass, but if you're into strategic card battlers with creative builds and infinite replay value, it's an absolute must.
I downloaded the DEMO (highly recommended you do as well) and enjoyed it immensely. Deep game inspired by Slay the Spire and the like. Has more options and pathways. Lots of cool mini-games. Love the hex combat. Battles have been tough so far just starting out. Price is fair. Seemed to be made with love and attention to detail. Tons of replay value and unlocks. No stress with card management, items, or relics.