It’s an OK game but sadly when I play this I can only see the wasted potential of what could have been and the way it could have expose to others the warhammer fantasy universe like the Warhammer Quest (which this game is based on), Warhammer Fantesy Battles wargame or the Warhammer Roleplaying Game.
This game is a basic dungeon crawler where you explore the dungeon and kill monsters in order to reach to the final room and receive some rewards like items, gold, items and experience.
The game fall short in the amount of the random events you may encounter while dungeons crawling and sadly most of those events have negative outcomes so you will most likely try to avoid them if you can.
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A poor implementation of a great board game.
It’s fun at first, but the developers have managed to take a great board game and turn it into a grindfest. It’s as if they were trying to make a free-to-play money pit game. To pile insult onto injury, the PC version is a crappy port of the mobile version, with clunky, painful keyboard controls, no option for remapping keys, and a ton of unnecessary clicking.
Ways the Board Game is Superior
- You don’t have the absurd equipment restrictions of only being able to equip/ready 12 items, and, even more stupidly, only four of each tier (there are no item tiers in the board game). Access to bandages and provisions is critical to surviving the board game early on, but access to them is artificially (and absurdly) limited in the video game.