Tabletop Simulator

Tabletop Simulator

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Type: Game
Complexity: High Complexity
Number of Players: 2, 3, 4
File Size
1.420 MB
Feb 19, 2021 @ 11:12pm
Jan 20 @ 10:55pm
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Twin Realms is a cooperative dungeon crawler in which players will control elemental spirits to defeat demons infesting the world. The world of the game is unique and divided into spirit and physical realms. Both the players and the enemies have physical and spirit forms and are capable of performing unique actions in each of the realms. The players will have to face the challenge of this world and use its structure to their advantage to defeat enemies that reside in both realms. The game is meant to be played as a linear 2-4 player campaign of acts divided into quests. Players will use the scenario book with the accompanying story deck to advance through the quests and reveal the story. Throughout the game the players will progress developing their abilities and changing the global conditions of the world.
This is the first act of the game: "Shard of Death", containing 20 complete quests, 6 playable classes, 16 regular enemy types and 2 bosses.

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A father of 1  [author] Mar 10, 2021 @ 12:43am 
Hi MetaSwan. Thanks for the comment. This is an early draft of the rulebook and because the game is fairly complex it was difficult to get it in order that makes most sense. But I got it up here to get comments and suggestions and I will be taking them on, until this becomes the most user friendly version. In the meantime I can offer you the tutorial video which is my approach at explaining the game step by step. Also if you and your friends are interested in the game consider checking out the discord channel. I will share updates there and I often host sessions on TTS to teach the game.
MetaSwan Mar 9, 2021 @ 10:45pm 
This seems really neat. The rules are written in such a way to make learning it wildly impractical though, I don't want to cross reference half a dozen pages to be able to know what things do. The text formatting makes it really hard to keep one's place in the rules. Hopefully, someday the game will be more approachable and my friends and I can give it a proper try!
BrandonUG Mar 8, 2021 @ 12:41am 
Great game, amazing mechanics. 100% would play again :steamthumbsup:
A father of 1  [author] Feb 21, 2021 @ 7:09pm 
Hi. Yes this is a game that I have created. It is very much a work in progress but Act I is playable. It needs balancing though so I made it available here for testing while I work on more content.
Miyokari Feb 21, 2021 @ 6:38am 
Looks interesting, is it your own board game or? This is first time I hear about it