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Glyph - A Dota2 Board Game
Type: Game
Complexity: Medium Complexity
Number of Players: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
File Size
1.149 MB
Jul 16, 2019 @ 9:50am
Aug 24 @ 7:27am
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Glyph - A Dota2 Board Game

Glyph is a 1v1/2v2/3v3 team game based on Dota2.
In this game, each player controls one hero. Heroes die and respawn; they collect objectives, gain levels and they buy items as the game goes on. Your goal is to destroy the enemy team's Tier-2 Tower (Tier-1 Tower for the short game). When that happens, the game immediately ends and your team wins the game!

Game Rules PDF:
To play the game, you need to at least read the pages 5-12. The TTS mod is now fully scripted. It auto-detects all item and spell cards when rolling for attack or defense. And it has scripted buttons for picking heroes, leveling up and reducing cooldowns (which also auto-calculates HP/mana regenerations).

Please feel free to contact me if you have any comments. Feedback is very appreciated whether positive or negative. You may also hit me up on steam at any time and I will show you to a 1v1 game.
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The Great Kinan Rod  [author] Jul 5 @ 6:58am 
A new update is coming soon, so please, don't hesitate to share any feedback.

The new update focuses on reducing text clutter. It also includes major armor balance changes and various other tweaks. Additionally, we removed the priority mechanic and replaced it with something ways simpler.
The Great Kinan Rod  [author] May 4 @ 12:38am 
The mode is now fully scripted. You can read more about the features in the Change note of version 3.85.
Please report any bugs you encounter with the automated version.
The Great Kinan Rod  [author] Mar 3 @ 2:03pm 

I am planning on publishing a new update soon, so I would like to hear some feedback from anyone currently playing (or is planning to play) the game. Any kind of feedback is acceptable (including comments on the rules or the rulebook itself). You can either email me on or comment here.

Thank you.