Faeria: tacticsFaeria, unlike games like Magic the Gathering, feels more like a turn based tactics game with cards. Raise up prairiers, upgrade t...
Faeria: questsNew players can earn some starting experience and in game currency by completing quests....
Faeria: deckDeck construction rules are simple. Each deck is 40 cards and can use at most 3 of each card. When mixing and matching cards from ...
Faeria is a strategy cards game developed and published by Abrakam. The young Belgian studio joined the gaming industry in 2013. Faeria was created with the help of thousands of backers who supported the development by donating for the Kickstarter campaign. The game was meant to follow a free to play MMO business model with paid early access. After three years of development and a few months of early access, Abrakam are ready to present the final product as a free title for all players. Veteran players and backers were rewarded with all sorts of prizes. Developers have a strong interest in the eSports scene. They established partnerships with companies like Razer and ROCCAT for Dreamhack events. Faeria hosts tournaments where players have the chance to win cash prizes.
Strategic encounters in a beautifully created setting, this is what developers aimed to achieve. Faeria matches take place in an enchanted world where the board comes alive. Living board is a feature that allows players to change the game board and to develop more strategies. The unique game world has a fantasy theme. Developers worked hard not only on the graphics but also on the soundtrack to create an immersive experience. Just like an online RPG with multiple classes, Faeria has cards that belong to a category represented by a color. There are four colors or categories: green, blue, yellow and red. Type is another way to differentiate cards. Players have access to human, lakes, forests, deserts and mountains cards. Each card has attributes, advantages and disadvantages. Players will study each card carefully before including it into a deck. Faeria deck building is another important gameplay feature. The outcome of a match depends on deck composition, player skills and strategy. The combat system is turn based. The board is a dynamic environment that can change with each turn. Players develop and shape the board to match their strategy.
Single player content is also part of the game. Faeria has solo missions where players have to defeat computer controlled enemies. This is also a great way to get used to the game mechanics before trying some PvP matches. Just like MMORPG titles that keep adding new quests, Faeria is expanding its single player content to provide players with new challenges. Multiplayer matches are fast paced and last about 10 minutes on average. Future development plans include cross platform interaction for all major console, mobile and desktop systems. The game is free to play with fair microtransactions. Faeria is available for PC and Mac from Steam.
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