Pharmakon : Tactical battles, drones, puzzle and beasts! [STEAM]

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    visumecadroide New Member

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    Pharmakon is a roguelite turn-based game about tactical battles between puzle-powered drones and elemental beasts.


    The last 3 years, I developed (almost) alone the game and now:

    Pharmakon is released on Steam for all the players!

    Steam Store Page :

    Call to action? Stream, review or curate Pharmakon ;)

    Talk with our community on our Discord!

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    visumecadroide New Member

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    Let's share the development!

    At the beginning of Pharmakon's development, i wasn't able to code at all!
    Programming was obscur. A kind of dark magic!

    But i had to try to build my ideas no matter what, so i made a cardboard version of the game :)

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    I updated the first post of this topic because Pharmakon is now released on Steam!

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