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Meteorfall: Journeys

Meteorfall: Journeys

Slothwerks

Defeat the Uberlich in this challenging, deck-building roguelike adventure!

4.5 Ratings 2K+ Reviews 50K+ Downloads

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Defeat the Uberlich in this challenging, deck-building roguelike adventure!
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Ratings & Reviews

4.5
2.4K+ Ratings
  1. 5
    69+%
  2. 4
    15+%
  3. 3
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  • Great game, lack of content Sep 14, 2019

    By MindSpaz
    I wanna start this off by saying the game is fantastic and I think it’s worth the asking price, I’ve been playing this on the bus and while walking to the store, it’s a great time waster. I think the mechanics and overall theme of the game is great, however it lacks the polish I desire for a game that’s about 4 bucks. Some performance problems on my iPhone 6, stutters and lags when loading some card effects. The main problem this game suffers, is simply a lack of more content or areas to progress too. I’d like more choices for character classes, as the standard characters have very set archetypes that are hard to break out of if you want to actually win runs. It’s controls are beautiful and genius for this type of game, however it’s genius is also its downfall, as the lack of choices can leave some games up to complete chance, as some enemies will kill you in one turn because you lack the HP to survive a lucky roll from the opponent. This happens early in the game and later on. A tip for any new players, getting HP early to survive the onslaught while you’re still powering up your deck is a smart choice and sometimes passing on the upgrade is a better choice than trying to go for an ultra powerful deck. Anyways, great game, highly recommend, just wish there was more content, and a little more polish in regards to the cards visually, and special effects.
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  • Nov 26, 2020

    By Rhys Bowden
    It's fun and there's a lot to like. Nice variety in player characters and enemies. The biggest problem is some enemies will kill you from full health in the space of a turn if they draw the right sequence of cards - and they aren't even boss enemies. But most of the time they're not a threat. Also for some reason you can't tell the stamina cost of cards before you unlock them (buy them between runs), and you can't check the contents of your deck at various times, including in battle.
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  • Unsure where to put this Feb 17, 2018

    By VaultDwellee
    Game is amazing, hate that they nerfed the wizard so much it seems, while a little over powered now it seems like the basic attacking people will shine.( Not a bad thing I guess). One quip I have though is it seems I always draw shadow pact first while it isn’t charged ending up with me taking extra damage on the cleric and sometimes ending playthrus early. If this intended then could it be stated as such, if not maybe the algorithm could be looked at since it seems like it’s targeting. And no it isn’t because of a fluke once or twice it’s like every time it is uncharged. Regardless of this little gripe this game is amazing and I am hoping for more content like characters, cards bosses and the like. But even where the game stands now totally worth the money. I also could possibly see adding a feature to fine tune a starting deck using gems for either an extra character or something like that, just because I have already amassed a couple thousand even after unlocking everything. Hope there is a long life for this game because it’s great.
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  • Nov 25, 2020

    By Scott Sawatzky
    The combat is simple and flawless. The variety of cards and characters allows you to really customise your fighting style--in fact, the difficulty of the enemies demands that you do. My only criticism is that the campaign offers little variance in each playthrough, a shortcoming that the multiple playable characters almost make up for. If I could give it 4.5 stars I would.
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  • Love it but... Jan 29, 2018

    By b_will1332
    As a fellow fan of strategy card games, I love this one it has a unique play style to it that no other games that I have played. The roles are easy and nice with a smooth booster card set that can really give you an advantage to your role type (but not nailing you down to that role in any way at the same time if that makes sense.) I really love how there are no pay to play booster packs and it’s a one time purchase kind of deal although there is one thing that I don’t really like to much and that’s the four roles, nothing about the roles in particular besides me either having the worst of luck or not being able to build my character with certain cards because I can’t find them but I just wished that there were more and more of an in-depth story line (although I haven’t played much) I just don’t think there’s a crazy draw to the storyline is all, and that there isn’t a huge huge diversity that other games I’ve played has. (I get that this just came out and hopefully hasn’t gotten all the stuff together and just the bare bone game) but I’d love to see sort of a clerical type character or a debugger of some sort besides the standard mage,fighter stances.
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  • Crash. Crash.. Crash Jan 27, 2018

    By Ddddddfff
    Does not work on older devices such as iPad 2, please fix, those of us that use these do pay, we most certainly pay,, but would like to play as well,, please be kind❤️ love to bring these stars up. Heads up:@) most of these newer games will not work on old devices regardless of claims that they do, there all worked for the newer systems which conflicts with the older devices, they crash before they even load, I have bought 10 games in the last few weeks, each were suppose to be compatible ( these were not high end games as far as graphics) 7,8,9.0 and so on, out of ten one worked, each with the same trademark problem, because of the low percentage of people using older models the game creators are not interested in making alterations, I can't blame them but hey don't take our money if you don't have a care, of course this is not targeted at this specific maker,, I hope your one of the few that will try, ❤️ the game sounds great, I would love to play it AGAIN: IF YOU HAVE A LOW END DEVICE DONT BUY ANY NEW GAMES REGARDLESS OF WHAT THEY SAY, A 98% CHANCE SAYS IT WONT RUN
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  • Sep 16, 2020

    By M C
    This game is extremely short, and not worth the price. As the other reviewers have said, I have no idea how it's rated so highly, it's not good. The game is binary, and you can't choose your path. "Events" are less than 10 different ones, so you'll experience almost all of them in a single run. Runs are dictated by 100% rng, sometimes a regular monster can 1 hit you at full hp. None of the hero types are fun, either too strong or dies instantly. It took a day to beat, so I can't refund anymore.
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  • Great game, lack of content Sep 14, 2019

    By MindSpaz
    I wanna start this off by saying the game is fantastic and I think it’s worth the asking price, I’ve been playing this on the bus and while walking to the store, it’s a great time waster. I think the mechanics and overall theme of the game is great, however it lacks the polish I desire for a game that’s about 4 bucks. Some performance problems on my iPhone 6, stutters and lags when loading some card effects. The main problem this game suffers, is simply a lack of more content or areas to progress too. I’d like more choices for character classes, as the standard characters have very set archetypes that are hard to break out of if you want to actually win runs. It’s controls are beautiful and genius for this type of game, however it’s genius is also its downfall, as the lack of choices can leave some games up to complete chance, as some enemies will kill you in one turn because you lack the HP to survive a lucky roll from the opponent. This happens early in the game and later on. A tip for any new players, getting HP early to survive the onslaught while you’re still powering up your deck is a smart choice and sometimes passing on the upgrade is a better choice than trying to go for an ultra powerful deck. Anyways, great game, highly recommend, just wish there was more content, and a little more polish in regards to the cards visually, and special effects.
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  • Unsure where to put this Feb 17, 2018

    By VaultDwellee
    Game is amazing, hate that they nerfed the wizard so much it seems, while a little over powered now it seems like the basic attacking people will shine.( Not a bad thing I guess). One quip I have though is it seems I always draw shadow pact first while it isn’t charged ending up with me taking extra damage on the cleric and sometimes ending playthrus early. If this intended then could it be stated as such, if not maybe the algorithm could be looked at since it seems like it’s targeting. And no it isn’t because of a fluke once or twice it’s like every time it is uncharged. Regardless of this little gripe this game is amazing and I am hoping for more content like characters, cards bosses and the like. But even where the game stands now totally worth the money. I also could possibly see adding a feature to fine tune a starting deck using gems for either an extra character or something like that, just because I have already amassed a couple thousand even after unlocking everything. Hope there is a long life for this game because it’s great.
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  • Great game after two major updates! Buy it!! Sep 28, 2018

    By KJAY on the Bay
    Great, fast and fun one handed RPG based card game action! Well worth the price. It’s a great little time killer with plenty of tension and meaningful decision points. Lots of room for expansions too. Here’s hoping the Dev releases some new content going forward! Update: I previously had a few minor quibbles about the lack of opportunities to customize the player’s deck in game. However, after two major updates, this is now one of the best games for IPhone I own and I own a lot. Plenty of opportunities to really hone your deck and build your character. Want to play a fire mage or an ice mage? No problem. A fast, acrobatic thief or a subtle poisoner? Can do. The latest update offers a new, more difficult deck to play against if you so choose and it is FANTASTIC! Wish list: One more player character and something meaningful on which to spend the in game currency; Players choice of additional starting cards or temporary buffs. Whatever play tests well. Amending my previous rating of 4 to 5 stars. This is a GREAT game. Buy it!
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  • Fun Deckbuilding Game Jun 7, 2018

    By I WAS BRIBED
    Simplistic fun deckbuilding game. I have one complaint: using your gems to “unlock” cards actually adds them to your starting deck. While they’re relatively powerful early, I find that in the long run “unlocking” cards weakens your deck substantially as the strongest strategy in this game is to keep a small, heavily upgraded deck full of synergy cards. The cards that you unlock aren’t bad, but are ultimately more things to upgrade or remove. Mischief especially is hurt by the extra cards, as without them it’s much easier to make a deck that can consistently cycle through itself multiple times a turn. To the developers, I suggest adding a toggle to the cards, and letting players choose whether or not to include them in their starting deck after unlocking them. Also, I’d consider reflecting on the design philosophies surrounding these “upgrades” actually weakening the deck, and consider reworking it to give a more rewarding sense of progression. Overall, I really like this game, and consider it a worthwhile addition to the genre. :)
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  • Tough until I realized... Jun 30, 2018

    By DeBellM
    I simply couldn’t make it past the second area after about 10 runs with various characters. I couldn’t figure out why; I felt like I made the right choices on what to upgrade and buy and remove and whatnot, but I always seemed to get murdered by a tough area 2 monster. Then on one run with the wizard I decided not to fight nearly every monster; I rested a lot more, and actually prepared to go into fights, rather than blindly attacking every monster. And with some nice random events and good choices, I breezed by to a victorious run. And it was satisfying. I just mention it because it didn’t seem so obvious to me that you’d still gain enough XP to level up even if you choose to rest on 3 or 4 monsters per area. It’s certainly not as brutal as this developer’s previous deck building rogue-like app: Dream Quest. If you’re looking to scratch a deck-building rogue-like itch, this’ll get it done until Slay the Spire comes to mobile. Looking forward to getting victories w all 5 characters.
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  • Nov 26, 2020

    By Rhys Bowden
    It's fun and there's a lot to like. Nice variety in player characters and enemies. The biggest problem is some enemies will kill you from full health in the space of a turn if they draw the right sequence of cards - and they aren't even boss enemies. But most of the time they're not a threat. Also for some reason you can't tell the stamina cost of cards before you unlock them (buy them between runs), and you can't check the contents of your deck at various times, including in battle.
    more
  • Nov 25, 2020

    By Scott Sawatzky
    The combat is simple and flawless. The variety of cards and characters allows you to really customise your fighting style--in fact, the difficulty of the enemies demands that you do. My only criticism is that the campaign offers little variance in each playthrough, a shortcoming that the multiple playable characters almost make up for. If I could give it 4.5 stars I would.
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  • Love it but... Jan 29, 2018

    By b_will1332
    As a fellow fan of strategy card games, I love this one it has a unique play style to it that no other games that I have played. The roles are easy and nice with a smooth booster card set that can really give you an advantage to your role type (but not nailing you down to that role in any way at the same time if that makes sense.) I really love how there are no pay to play booster packs and it’s a one time purchase kind of deal although there is one thing that I don’t really like to much and that’s the four roles, nothing about the roles in particular besides me either having the worst of luck or not being able to build my character with certain cards because I can’t find them but I just wished that there were more and more of an in-depth story line (although I haven’t played much) I just don’t think there’s a crazy draw to the storyline is all, and that there isn’t a huge huge diversity that other games I’ve played has. (I get that this just came out and hopefully hasn’t gotten all the stuff together and just the bare bone game) but I’d love to see sort of a clerical type character or a debugger of some sort besides the standard mage,fighter stances.
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  • Sep 15, 2020

    By Adam and his Nucleus
    I want to give this game five stars because it is charming and very well made the art is beautiful, the concept is simple but effective however... Their definitely feels like there is balancing issues I can't quite put my finger on it but after well over 20 run throughs of the game various characters and strategies something still feels off. Some enemies are just grossly skewed in their power level no matter what level you are or the general enemies are this is especially true with bosses.
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  • Lot of fun but room for improvement Oct 10, 2020

    By KrVnk
    I’ve really enjoyed playing this game. The art and gameplay are wonderful. The main issue that I’m running into is that the alternative characters appear to just be better than the base characters. However, that means that I end up playing the same deck with the same strategy over and over again. I’d really like to progress further but I’m already getting a bit bored/frustrated doing the same thing over and over without progression after each characters unlocks. I would appreciate more unlock able characters that would allow me to try out different archetypes within each class and experiment and try to play a little bit more how I’d like to play. Lot of fun, but I feel like my stay with this game will be more short lived than it could have because I don’t feel like I can experiment and play how I’d like to.
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  • Oct 31, 2020

    By Paulina Cumming
    I opened the app today to find I lost all game progress, including the 7000 gems I had. I signed in and out of google play, didn't make a difference. I'm sad. There hasn't been an update in a month, so idk what happened
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  • Sep 19, 2020

    By Paul Sarun
    It's well produced for people new to the genre, but the depth of strategy is fairly shallow. I'm a super nerd that needs variety on more levels than one. Each choice seems too linear for my tastes and offers limited options especially if it is a bad run. Maybe TavernRumble ruined my expectations for future Roguelite RNG card deckbuilding games, but I need more sustenance.
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  • Nov 19, 2020

    By Anonymous ManPerson
    Sooo little actual gameplay... really needs some way to keep track of your stats or something...TOPS a month of gameplay, if you ONLY play the daily challenge after playing through for completion...5 star game with 3 stars worth of length
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  • Sep 16, 2020

    By Rob Hammann
    Almost completely random. Entire runs go by without making any interesting decisions. Often, one bad shuffle and you get one-shot, ending the run without having done anything wrong. The buff icons cover the stamina number, and you usually can't check your current HP or decklist while making event decisions, so any potential player agency is frustratingly lost. Still kinda fun as a mindless Slay the Spire inspired game but without any depth.
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  • Sep 16, 2020

    By M C
    This game is extremely short, and not worth the price. As the other reviewers have said, I have no idea how it's rated so highly, it's not good. The game is binary, and you can't choose your path. "Events" are less than 10 different ones, so you'll experience almost all of them in a single run. Runs are dictated by 100% rng, sometimes a regular monster can 1 hit you at full hp. None of the hero types are fun, either too strong or dies instantly. It took a day to beat, so I can't refund anymore.
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  • Crash. Crash.. Crash Jan 27, 2018

    By Ddddddfff
    Does not work on older devices such as iPad 2, please fix, those of us that use these do pay, we most certainly pay,, but would like to play as well,, please be kind❤️ love to bring these stars up. Heads up:@) most of these newer games will not work on old devices regardless of claims that they do, there all worked for the newer systems which conflicts with the older devices, they crash before they even load, I have bought 10 games in the last few weeks, each were suppose to be compatible ( these were not high end games as far as graphics) 7,8,9.0 and so on, out of ten one worked, each with the same trademark problem, because of the low percentage of people using older models the game creators are not interested in making alterations, I can't blame them but hey don't take our money if you don't have a care, of course this is not targeted at this specific maker,, I hope your one of the few that will try, ❤️ the game sounds great, I would love to play it AGAIN: IF YOU HAVE A LOW END DEVICE DONT BUY ANY NEW GAMES REGARDLESS OF WHAT THEY SAY, A 98% CHANCE SAYS IT WONT RUN
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