Meet the heroes of Super Dungeon Tactics

Published On July 25, 2016 | By Kirk Hiner | Macintosh

Super Dungeon Tactics

Everything about this game may scream mobile, but Super Dungeon Tactics would prefer you not try to pigeonhole it, thank you. This fantasy strategy RPG is heading directly to Mac, Windows and Linux later this year, and would now like for you to meet a few of its heroes.

Before we make the introductions, however, here’s a little about the gameplay. In Super Dungeon Tactics, players create a guild of Heroes to take on the Dark Consul’s forces throughout Crystalia in turn-based combat. Choose to take on bounties, answer the pleas of the public, or answer a noble call to adventure as you progress, completing quests, gathering loot and attracting Heroes.

Now, as for those heroes:

The Hearthsworn Fighter brings to battle a fearsome presence thanks to his mighty axe and crossbow. With a wide swing of his axe, or forceful crossbow bolt, he’s able to move the party forward by clearing enemy units.

With magic as fierce as her soul, the Ember Mage can cast powerful ranged attacks from afar. Depending on the foe, she can do area attacks or concentrated fireballs for larger enemies.

The Glimmerdusk Ranger is adept in long-range combat after years of patrolling the edges of the Fae Wood with longbow in hand. She can either attack with a flurry of shots to take out multiple targets, or engage in support to keep her team at an advantage in battle.

Gifted with an unequaled mastery of bladed weapons, the Questing Knight can dispatch multiple enemies at a time with a swing of his lance. As he grows in power, he’s able to better inspire those around him and absorb more damage in combat.

Getting to know the capabilities of these and other hero classes will be key, as you’ll be able to control 10 to 15 at a time per level.


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