Shroom and Gloom is a free deck-building game that will convince any lover of first-person collectable card games (CCG) to get down and dirty. The undergrowth has never been more fun – or dangerous. The garden awaits, but can you survive its tiny, but deadly perils? Other card games that are worth trying are Die in the Dungeon and Friends Killing Friends.
This free game from developer Obsidian Entertainment is available for both Windows and macOS operating systems. If you are a game fanatic, Obsidian rarely disappoints – and this app is no different. It allows you to explore a combat deck that lets players explore a world of murderous mushrooms and so much more.
Play outside the box
This free game for Windows and macOS makes fungi fun. You could of course aim for the proven Magic: The Gathering Arena, but Shroom and Gloom offer something different. The hand-drawn graphics will blow your mind, but not your processing power. The game is just right for those players who want to play their cards right and slash roast and feed on the fungal foes.
Cook up a card-playing bunch of fun. Slash, hack and roast your way through the undergrowth. You’ll take those mushroom foes down and consume your fungal threats in combo-tastic CCG combat. Play your cards right and escape the dreaded Shroom infested undergrowth.
The gameplay of Shroom and Gloom is like most deck-building games. You’ll need to use the pack in your hand against the enemies on the screen. There’s some strategy involved as you judge which cards will have the most impact on the foes. You may even use them on inanimate objects, like locks on doors.
Play your cards right
There are plenty of CCG games out there, but Shroom and Gloom is different. It offers a hybrid card and action combo from one of the best in the business. Obsidian doesn’t mess around when it comes to open-world environments, but Shroom and Gloom stand apart. Take the Obsidian thrills and apply those to the hand-drawn CCG strategy, and you are guaranteed a winner from one of the best design houses in the business.
So if you are into a fungus or free card games, take a trip down the bottom of the garden – and see off the tiny terrors of the undergrowth can hold you down.