Este juego de rol, que transcurre en una Europa medieval alternativa, combina la mecánica del póquer con power-ups y cartas coleccionables.
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 20 jul. 2011

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Runespell: Overture es un juego de rol que combina la mecánica del póquer con potenciadores y tarjetas coleccionables. El mundo está ambientado en la Europa medieval que une personajes históricos con la mitología y las sagas nórdicas. El jugador asume el papel de Changeling, el hijo de un dios monstruo, en busca de su némesis.

Características Principales:

  • Innovador sistema de póquer mítico, utilizando la mecánica de póquer para la batalla ante sus oponentes
  • Desbloquea poderes y ataques especiales disponibles como cartas coleccionables en el juego
  • Combina tus habilidades en breves ráfagas de juego activo o largas sesiones de misiones y batallas
  • Derrota a más de 30 tipos de monstruos, cada uno con un sistema único de cartas y estilos de ataque
  • Vence a tus enemigos y hazlos tus mascotas o aliados
  • Desbloquear lugares nuevos para las batallas a través de las quest
  • Mezcla de hermosos fondos pintados a mano y personajes 3D evocadores
  • Una historia convincente y original ambientada en una Europa medieval alterna
  • Tablas de clasificación locales y online
  • 20 Logros de Steam

Requisitos del sistema

    • SO: XP / Vista / 7
    • Procesador: Intel Pentium 4 / AMD Athlon 64 a 2 GHz
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM
    • Disco Duro: 350 MB de espacio libre
    • Gráficos: 256 MB de VRAM, Shader Model 2.0 (familia Geforce 6, familia Radeon X1000)
    • Versión de DirectX®: DirectX® 9.0c
    • Sonido: Dispositivo compatible con DirectX® 9.0c
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budmustang
( 11.8 h registradas )
Publicado el 22 de mayo
A simple fantasy-themed card fighting game based loosely on poker.

It's debatable how much tactical depth there is here, and how much 'role playing' there is on offer. Maybe one to avoid if you're after something with real depth.

Nevertheless it does possess just enough of something to keep my attention. As a simple/casual game to de-stress to it ticks the box.
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Whiteswart
( 33.3 h registradas )
Publicado el 12 de mayo
Runespell Overture is a card game with kind of original mechanic, blending the combinations from poker with tactical moves from Arcomage - where you collecting some points to use them on some spell, which will either attack your opponent or defend yourself better.

Point one is that it is NOT a Role-Play Game, it is only a card game with "health points" on you and your enemies, and some grades of combinations to win the hand.
Point two is that Arcomage - and many games alike - are still Much Better by the terms of gameplay.

As a Pro point, I like the visual stylistics of the Runespell, the way it's presenting itself - it has a good facade, so to say. Game mechanic and scenario combined creating good impression, which follows you in first third, maybe first half of the whole game. But then... then you notice, that the challenge is not anything intense, and just proceeding using quite the same basic combinations - basically doing all the same over and over... and at that point, you'll be not so happy.

The story is okay for that type of game... but nothing fancy or really rewarding for your struggle to beat dozens of almost similar enemies - and even bosses are not much different! To finish the impression, Runespell: Overture is maybe short (about 5-10 hours of gameplay), but holds one bugged achievement, which I can't complete even after 30+ hours... do I need to tell you how I love such things?

Oh, well, I'll just mark it with 5.5/10, and leave it be. Do not recommend, as there are enough of better card games, even in the F2P ghetto.
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paynetcu
( 9.8 h registradas )
Publicado el 25 de abril
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chaosspawn
( 8.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 21 de abril
I feel that this would've been more fun if the spells and abilities were more than just "do damage", also as the game progresses your sole upgrade is more HP/MP, without any increases in damage potential, so battles at the end just end up being a long slugfest.
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The Guardian ♛
( 4.3 h registradas )
Publicado el 9 de abril
RPG with poker mechanics
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[KoS]DarkProphet
( 5.1 h registradas )
Publicado el 25 de marzo
This game is not bad. It does not anger me, disappoint me, or rub me the wrong way. It's just kinda there. The game plays like a cross between poker and solitaire. You see your stacks of cards (top card only per stack, like in solitaire), and you see the same for your opponent. You move cards around like in solitaire, stacking them on other cards, except you're trying to make combinations of five cards, which can be poker combos like flushes, straights, etc. You then use those to attack your enemy, and vice versa. You have bonus card thingies on the side of your screen that you can use to attack when you build up enough rage.

It's an okay premise, but it doesn't really seem to change and the story is just okay. It's one of the least compelling games I've played. I have nothing against this game, which is really saying something. I typically love or hate a game, but this one is just kinda meh. I wouldn't recomment paying more than a Steam sale price, by any means, but I'd recommend you play the demo if you're interested. The gameplay you experience in 20-30 minutes of that is pretty much the entirety of the gameplay from what I've seen thus far. It's not very exciting or interesting, and nothing draws me in to make me want to keep playing. It's an okay game, but that's it.
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sir Evans
( 5.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 20 de marzo
Runespell: Overture - Solid 7/10
TL:DR;
Looks like a port from Mobile, but plays well enough to let you enjoy it. Good graphics, bad sound, decent gameplay idea.


Graphics: 8/10
Game appears behaving like a typical mobile title, with big icons, colourful sprites, single click interface.
This is rather small title, so not much can be expected - but it does not disapoint anywhere.

Sound: 5/10
Absolutelly atrocious music, unfit for a title, where you need to pause for a while and think about your choices.
Sound effects are average to say at best, nothing that will make a lasting impact or increase immersion. Could be worse.

Storyline: 7/10
There is a story line, suprisingly, quite decent one. There seem to be no nonsense in story arcs, characters do all fit the setting.
Unfortunatelly dialogues are absolutelly atrocious. You have a medieval world full of legends with dialogues using words from modern teenagers dictionary.
Unpolished dialogue lines are possibly the greatest issue I had while playing that game (after I turned off the music).

Gameplay: 7/10
There are issues with a screen display and game settings not being saved correctly.
This is quite visible, because the game is best played in 30m to 1h bursts rater than as single continuous experience.
And the experience is sometimes uneven.

This game features poker-like mechanism of matching cards in 5 sets of poker type hands to perform 'attacks' that damage health of your opponens. This is as fun as it sounds, but wait, there is more!
You can steal cards from your opponent hand, you have runecards (effectively magic, limited use), companion cards (unlimited use), passive cards that increase your stats.
This extra layer of cards is put separate from your regular playing cards that you match during a duel.

This is as cool as it sounds, however the single duel can take a long time and its outcome is quite often random - as the card you get are randomized - which means that in 30m of gameplay you will have 3 to 5 duels (five being lucky) and some story line.
Past that it is really repetitive and that is why playing this game in short sessions is recommended.

Solid 7/10, recommend buy if a fan of a genre, wait for sale if not.
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Criminal Chris
( 27.6 h registradas )
Publicado el 12 de marzo
Poker meets Solitare - suprisingly shallow puzzle adventure, but if your into poker, you probably can't beat it for the price..
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Madup
( 14.0 h registradas )
Publicado el 5 de marzo
Cannot change volume
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ROBI
( 1.6 h registradas )
Publicado el 3 de marzo
Basura, sencillo, pobre y sin sentido. Además pobre de ti como no guardes la partida o se te cierre el juego.
Llevaba una hora y algo jugada, se me ha cerrado y me pone empezar nueva partida...

No lo recomiendo, imitación sencilla y mal hecha de otros juegos de cartas.
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Publicado el 2 de agosto de 2011
Original y entretenido al principio, pero algo corto y en cuanto se le pilla el truco aburrido.
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2.0 h registradas
Publicado el 17 de octubre de 2014
Madre mia de mi vida...este juego es malo pero malo malo malo malo.... solo lo e jugado por los cromos, pero es basura
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Publicado el 3 de octubre de 2014
divertido,algo dificil en cierto momento,pero divertido
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7.8 h registradas
Publicado el 24 de octubre de 2014
Take one part Faerie Solitaire and two parts Puzzle Quest and mix in a little Poker or Yahtzee for good measure and you will get something like Runespell: Overture.

You're a changeling of some sort and you fight monsters and take quests in exchange for coin and buffs (which come in the form of power-up cards). There's a story but it's not the strongest element in the game. Like the Puzzle Quest games, your battles are determined by playing a mini-game. Instead of match-3 though, the game is a card game similar to poker in which making certain combinations of cards (pairs, 5 of a kind, full house, flush, straight) will do a certain amount of damage to your opponent, who is trying to do the same to you. The ability to steal some cards from your opponent, plus the limited number of moves you get per turn to move cards or play power-ups adds just enough strategy to the game to keep it interesting.

Admittedly, the game can get a bit repetitive after a while and I found the dialogue options to be a bit tedious but fortunately the game allows you to skip them if you want. It's an easy game to learn, and it's an entertaining casual game to play. It seems to be pretty short and the achievements don't seem too difficult to collect if that's your thing.

Finding little gems like this is the reason I buy bundles.
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23.8 h registradas
Publicado el 25 de noviembre de 2013
Why don't they make more games like this?!

Simple card playing mechanic that's fun and addicting. Then you have a vaguely interesting storyline that your character has to make his way through.

If you like Puzzle Quest (1st one), you'll love this game!

Seriously, they need more games like this!
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14.7 h registradas
Publicado el 25 de febrero de 2014
Runespell: Overture melds together classic RPG components with Windows Live's player-vs-player solitaire with poker. I obtained Runespell for free in a pile of coal during the Steam Holiday Sale 2011 event. Receiving the game for free, I simply assumed that Runespell was merely a terrible, no-name title that was not worth playing. It was not until the Summer 2013 that I truly realized what I had come across.

Runespell sports a great soundtrack with honestly a decent storyline. Often times, card games that try to incorporate RPG elements (or just a storyline) end up drowning out the added components with the basic mechanics the card game - Runespell does not do this. If you are a cards-only enthusiast, this may stray a little too far from those roots; if you are an RPG-only enthusaist, this may feel more like a card game. However, if you are willing try a game that can have both, Runespell: Overture is for you.

Verdict: While Runespell: Overture is far from a lump of coal turned into a diamond, but it is definitely a gem. Simply put, Runespell is a fun, player-vs-computer, RPG, solitaire, poker game - and it is done very well. The game is so enjoyable that I honestly look forward to a remake or sequel that would incorporated online cooperative and competitive gameplay features. While it is definitely not worth $10, the current sale of $2 at the time of this review is definitely worth looking into. Here you will find a game that successfully feels like an RPG, while feeling like a card game.
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21.0 h registradas
Publicado el 2 de febrero de 2014
The core concept of this game is essentially solitare poker againt the AI. Matching varying combinations of cards will inflict damage against the AI (and AI to you). The damage will increase the better the combiation, from two of a kind to a royal flush. The game mixes things up by adding in spell cards which can be used to inflict status effects, heal, do elemental damage, etc. The additions of the spell cards keeps the battle fresh as certain enemies require specific cards to counter their abilities. Overall, this game is average to above-average. I recommend a purchase of this game during a sale.
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33.3 h registradas
Publicado el 12 de mayo
Runespell Overture is a card game with kind of original mechanic, blending the combinations from poker with tactical moves from Arcomage - where you collecting some points to use them on some spell, which will either attack your opponent or defend yourself better.

Point one is that it is NOT a Role-Play Game, it is only a card game with "health points" on you and your enemies, and some grades of combinations to win the hand.
Point two is that Arcomage - and many games alike - are still Much Better by the terms of gameplay.

As a Pro point, I like the visual stylistics of the Runespell, the way it's presenting itself - it has a good facade, so to say. Game mechanic and scenario combined creating good impression, which follows you in first third, maybe first half of the whole game. But then... then you notice, that the challenge is not anything intense, and just proceeding using quite the same basic combinations - basically doing all the same over and over... and at that point, you'll be not so happy.

The story is okay for that type of game... but nothing fancy or really rewarding for your struggle to beat dozens of almost similar enemies - and even bosses are not much different! To finish the impression, Runespell: Overture is maybe short (about 5-10 hours of gameplay), but holds one bugged achievement, which I can't complete even after 30+ hours... do I need to tell you how I love such things?

Oh, well, I'll just mark it with 5.5/10, and leave it be. Do not recommend, as there are enough of better card games, even in the F2P ghetto.
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Publicado el 24 de mayo de 2014
Runespell Overture (Card/Poker/RPG/Strategy Hybrid)

For options we have Graphics Quality (Fastest, Fast, Simple, Good, Beautiful, and Fantastic), Windowed or Fullscreen, Drag and Drop or Click and Click (when moving cards around), and Sounds (Music and SFX). You can also choose a screen resolution anywhere from 640x480 to 1920x1080.

The tutorial is very well-done, teaching you the ropes without being annoying.

So what kind of game is this? It looks like an RPG that you play with cards, but that's not it at all. The primary thrust is actually a solitaire game... It's battle-solitaire-poker with RPG elements! *evil grin* Whee~!

How does that work? Looking at the screenshots will help a bit. As you can see, we and our opponent are each dealt a set of cards, solitaire-style. Ours is on top, theirs is on the bottom. We need to create poker hands by grouping cards in sets of five. If you don't know the poker hands, no worries -- the game will show you what groupings are "legal" to play. Each "hand" will deliver a certain amount of damage, depending on the cards you've chosen. For instance, a pair of cards (the other three cards in the group would be non-related) will deliver less damage than a flush.

In each round, you have three moves, and then your opponent gets three moves.

But wait, there's more!

You can steal your opponent's cards, and vice versa! If you grab a card from his area (or the other way around,) the card underneath does NOT flip over until it becomes his turn, but whenever you clear a pile on your side, you can immediately have access to whatever card is next in the pile (assuming that it's still your turn.) You CAN'T grab more than a single card from each others' piles -- if something is stacked on the other side (grouped,) it's off-limits to you. You can of course move multiple, grouped cards around on your own side.

Here's an example of how it might work:

You already have three Kings grouped, and take a fourth King to add to the pile, then grab a King from your enemy's cards to make five-of-a-kind (yes, unlike real poker, you can have five of the same card.) You use your third turn to select the five kings and deal damage.

This is where the strategy comes in. Now that it's too late and you've used all of your turns, you see your adversary grab that Jack of Hearts from your cards to complete a Royal Flush! EEEK~!!

Here's what you could have done to prevent it and still get your five Kings:

Forget about your three Kings for right now, grab his king, and place it on your single King, making a pair. Grab the Jack of Hearts and put it on top of another card -- ANY other card! It's better if you can do something with it, of course, but the point is to keep that card AWAY from your opponent. Now you can do one of two things: Do something beneficial (like moving a card to help yourself and/or hurt his progress) or you can move the pair of Kings on top of the three-of-a-kind, and make your attack in an upcoming round.

But wait, there's more!

Along the way we earn (via battles) and find special-use cards that can do anything from give you extra moves before your turn is over to poisoning to shielding yourself, to adding to your hit points, and more! You can only have a certain number of cards with you at the time of each battle, and (most of) the cards have finite-uses. When they run out uses, you can use the money you earn to recharge the cards.

Be sure to SAVE before each battle! You can abandon your progress if you wish -- it's an option to exit or go back to the main menu without saving.

There a bit more to it than that, including a storyline, but I'll let you discover that for yourself. ;)

This game was a huge surprise to me -- I never expected it to be so fun and addictive! A definite thumbs-up from me!
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Publicado el 24 de febrero de 2014
Runespell: Overture is a decent and enjoyable game. The story plays out as a fantasy adventure, your character being oblivious to his past and must do battles with numerous foes to advance, making allies and doing quests along the way.

The game play is somewhat unique, using a combination of battle and magic cards to attack your foe. One earns points by creating sets of 5 traditional cards (ace-king: hearts, spades, diamonds, clubs), using rules akin to poker, ie (pairs, 3 or 4 of a kind, straights, flushes, full house etc.). Better hands are worth more attack points (eg. full house > 2 pair). Cards are laid out in columns of which the top card can be taken to make a set, including your opponent's. Meaning strategy is important in order to create the best possible hands while trying to prevent the opponent from doing the same.

The game is simple to play once you know the rules, and can be a good way to spend half an hour or so. Battles can be hard at times but with perseverance the game is not too difficult to beat, I finished it with about 9 hours of game play. I would enjoy a sequel to continue the story as it did seem unfinished at the conclusion. At a discount price the game is worth a shot, if you like card and/or poker-like games. 6.5/10
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