These are often criminally underrated titles that feel right at home on mobile.
Their latest game, PsyCard, is the result of a prototype that never got turned into a full game... until now.
It's a two player game that plays a bit like Minesweeper:
"The players take turns picking cards to flip over. The contents of the opponents cards are always hidden (unless super powers are involved).
5 of these cards are ”Fruit Cards”, 2 of them are ”Star Cards” and 3 of them are ”Skull Cards”.
Finding 3 fruits makes you win the round.
Drawing a skull makes you lose the round.
The stars add points if you win the round with them.
When a round is over, the cards are reset and a new round begins. This continues until one player reaches the score limit and wins the whole match."
In short, find three fruits but avoid the skulls. Here's some gameplay:
A prototype has evolved into a real game - PsyCard, a cozy cyberpunk minesweeper-like, coming to mobiles soonish! pic.twitter.com/DbHF7IJyGL— Ludosity (@Ludosity) March 30, 2016
You can check out a lot more about its development on Ludosity's blog.
It features the same kind of art style found in Card City Nights and I can't wait to try it when it comes "soon" on Android and iOS.