Deck-building games seem to be all the rage these days, and this trend seems set to continue with Cross Blitz, an RPG with Deck-Building elements, which has just launched on Steam Early Access. Explore a lively world and experience strategic turn-based combat as you make your choice between following one of two storylines!

Be the fearless pirate Redbeard as he tries to earn his freedom, or the famous pop star Violet, who searches for an artifact that will stop her evil doppelganger from hijacking her stardom. Regardless of your choice, you'll explore a vibrant world and meet colorful personalities.

It's not just the larger-than-life characters that you'll be finding though, as you explore the world, find cards, abilities, and relics that will give you the upper hand in battle. Build the perfect deck that matches your playstyle and wipe your opponents off the board.

In the "Tusk Tales" roguelite mode, you will face 7 bosses, each with their own unique decks, can you make it to the end of the run? Even if you can, you can dive straight back in with your new unlocks and face new enemies and decks as each run is randomized.

With more than 200 cards to collect, over 30 hours of gameplay across the story-based "Fables" game mode, endless challenges in "Tusk Tales" and a beautiful world to explore, we think Cross Blitz is looking like a perfectly charming Deck Builder, and it's very reasonably priced at just $20 on Steam, with a 10% launch discount for the first week.

It's worth noting that Cross Blitz is currently in Early Access, and the developer has stated that more content is to come, they have a roadmap available on their Steam page.

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Oliver Stogden
Oliver began playing video games at an early age, starting with the SNES console and Commodore Amiga computer. Nowadays, his interest is in the future of portable technology, such as handheld gaming systems, portable power stations/banks, and portable monitors. And seeing just how far we can push these devices.
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