Posted: 16 months ago, last updated 3 days ago.
You play Phoebe, an enthusiastic young inventor who lives with her parents, who want her to become more responsible and get a job. With the help of your only friend, a robot you built yourself called Carlton, you create the Floppy Knights, virtual beings who can interact with the real world. With their help, you defeat the enemies lurking in your town and beyond and restore peace to the land.
In each level, you need to use your cards, which you can buy or unlock, to move in turn-based battles and attack enemies. Each turn, you have 5 energy that can be spent on using different cards. Each knight unit has unique abilities and strengths, so picking the right ones for each fight is key to ensuring your success. You'll face off against a variety of foes, and they all have different attack ranges and strengths, which can be learned by clicking on them.
Once you have beaten a level, the next one is unlocked. There are 8 different sections to the game, each with a different theme and set of levels. As you progress things get slightly more difficult, so you'll need to utilise the skills you learn as you go.
It's a game with a unique blend of tactics and gameplay that challenges you to hone your deck of cards and your battling skills.
You can play this game in the following styles:
Rated for younger players in the US. Rated ESRB EVERYONE for Mild Fantasy Violence.
8+ year-olds usually have the required skill to enjoy this game. With clear tutorials and an intuitive combat system, it can be easily picked up in a matter of minutes and offers a unique blend of deck building and defeating baddies.
We tested the Xbox and PC versions.
You can view control mappings during play. But if playing Keyboard on PC you can't view mouse mappings.
The game uses vibration to indicate both dealing and taking damage. The menus don't wrap but it still makes the audio cue sound even when at the top or bottom of the menu.
Enemies have a red outline although it is very thin while other interactable objects flash. Game has generally good contrast but At times enemies lose contrast because they match the background colour. In red areas it can be hard to spot the switches that are also red, as well as the attack areas which are red as well.
Diversity and Inclusion
The protagonist's parents are a biracial couple. The protagonist has a robotic arm and a prosthetic leg.
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