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    Rating: 6Reviewed By: Tony Dee03/24/2018
    Summary ReviewOne Deck Dungeon should be one of the best games you'll own. The design is super cool and the components are very nice. However well intended the game may be, it is held back by its own needless complexities. I love One Deck Dungeon, but it took a long time to get there.
    Detailed ReviewOne Deck Dungeon should be one of the best games you'll own. The design is super cool: each character (four in the box) has a nice cartoony character sheet, the dungeon cards themselves have artwork ranging from cutesy to terrifying, the wooden health tokens have a great weight to them, and the colorful die are small and manageable, which is good because you'll end up rolling them a ton.

    However well intended the game may be, it is held back by its own needless complexities. At its core, gameplay is enacted by the solo player (or team of two or four) making a decision about which dungeon card they want to flip over (there's a choice of four max at any given time). They can decide to attack or run, roll some dice, and determine the result. Simple enough, right? Like other single player games (I'm thinking of Friday) a "time" mechanic functions to push players into taking risks and amping up the difficulty, but the system doesn't make sense. Furthermore, the difficulty ramps up way too quickly if your first series of rolls are no good.

    Don't get me wrong, I love One Deck Dungeon, but it took a long time to get there. This is a game where you should throw the rule book in the garbage and spend some time on YouTube. Like I said, it is a fun game - but a fun game that has a steep bit of homework to really get into.
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