PRESS RELEASE: “Terrene Odyssey” Seeking Support On Kickstarter
JRPGs are an acquired taste, mainly because of how long it takes just to get through a single game. “Final Fantasy” and its sequels, for example, aren’t games that you can just simply breeze through in one night. Meet “Terrene Odyssey”, a card game that is currently seeking your help on Kickstarter. It simulates the encounters that you might find in a typical RPG, except that you’ll be facing off against a live opponent. It promises deep & engaging gameplay and judging by the card art featured on the game’s Kickstarter page, I’d have to agree! The best part? You won’t have to spend months playing it!
Game developer Chris Solis from CGC Games had this to say:
‘Terrene Odyssey – Party Based Card Combat’ hits Kickstarter
Redmond, WA – CGC Games launches Terrene Odyssey on Kickstarter on Jan 27th 2014.
Terrene Odyssey is an all-inclusive battle card game based on the random encounters of JRPGS. Terrene Odyssey is a like a random encounter of a JRPG except this time you’re facing off against another party. Gain XP and Level up! Your characters will be lined up and players can take familiar actions against each other; Use Commands, Items, Attack or Run.
What makes Terrene Odyssey unique is the Starting Party Composition. Players can pick the cards they start the game with on turn 0. Every turn of Terrene Odyssey is the core of an intense battle.
Compose interesting opening compositions from your 30 card deck with the Starting Party Composition and deduce your opponent’s build to get an edge! On round 2 / 3 how will you mix up your build?
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About CGC Games
Terrene Odyssey is created by CGC Games. We’re life long gamers and artists. We’re known for our organized play events in the San Francisco Bay Area for video games and tabletop games alike. Now we’re taking it to the next level and producing a game of our own.
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You can learn more about and support “Terrene Odyssey” by visiting its Kickstarter page, here: