Thanks to the kind folks at Nerdook for providing GWW with a key for Monster Slayers.
For several years GWW has been a destination for indie game developers. As you can imagine, our inboxes fill up with Steam keys and press releases. It can be difficult to keep up with the flow. Naturally, not every game ends up being a hit or even good. But we believe in giving everyone a voice. When Nerdook emailed us we were buried in other games so this post is a bit late. That is unfortunately because this game has legs and I wish I’d had a chance to try it before it was officially released. Nevertheless, let me tell you about Monster Slayers.
When it comes to games, there are few things I love more than deck-building. Going back to the days of collecting basketball cards and playing the Star Trek: Collectible Card Game – I’ve had a fondness for deck-building strategies and competition. As an adult with children it’s pretty difficult to set aside the time for all of that business. When a cool game comes along that looks like it’ll hit the notes you like, you try to prioritize it. And then when it actually does deliver, it’s something you want to write about. Oh I love what I do…
Anyhow, below is the description directly from Nerdook.