Auto card battler designed by former Magic: The Gathering prosin Early Access tomorrow
Olympia, Wash.–June 17, 2021–Good Luck Games announced today that Storybook Brawl is coming tomorrow to Steam Early Access. Developed by a team of veteren designers from Magic: The Gathering, Hearthstone and Elder Scrolls Legends, Storybook Brawl is a lighthearted card-based autobattle game featuring characters from beloved fairy tales and myths. While the game is easy to jump into and simple to play, a wide variety of cards offers opportunities for deep strategy and accommodates different play styles.
“The goal was to create a game that anyone can get into and have fun,” says Matt Place of GL Games. “Fairy tales give us a huge array of characters with different personalities and attributes to explore, and it allows us to make a very accessible game that is not too complex but has deep strategy for those who want it.”
Features of Storybook Brawl include:
- Battle 7 other players over several rounds to be the last person standing
- Choose from over 30 different heroes with fun and unique powers to lead your battle
- Draft characters to your party, leveraging abilities, effects and combos to deal the greatest damage
- Match 3 characters to create a supercharged version and earn a treasure
- Level up to unlock stronger characters and spells
Storybook Brawl is available beginning tomorrow on Steam Early Access. For more information, visit store.steampowered.com/app/1367020/Storybook_Brawl.
About Good Luck Games
Founded in 2019, GL Games is helmed by three veteran card game designers and former professional players. Magic: The Gathering Hall of Famer and Player of the Year Josh Utter-Leyton was a two-time US National Champion and six-time Pro Tour top 8 competitor. He was Lead Designer on three Elder Scrolls: Legends sets as well as Designer and gameplay engineer on Eternal and Elder Scrolls: Legends. In addition to serving as a lead designer on Elder Scrolls: Legends and a designer for Eternal, Matt Nass reached the Magic: The Gathering World Championship top 8, the Pro Tour Top 8 and clocked five Grand Prix wins. Matt Place is a Magic Pro Tour champion turned game designer. He’s had many roles during his 18 years in the game industry, including lead initial designer for Hearthstone at Blizzard Entertainment.” www.storybookbrawl.com