The Dresden Files Cooperative Card Game (DFCO) is a tense, strategic co-op card game based on Jim Butcher's NYT bestselling novels. This is the home of the electronic edition of DFCO, developed by Hidden Achievement, for computers and mobile devices. If you came here looking for the tabletop edition, you can find out more at the official DFCO page at Evil Hat Productions.
In the Dresden Files Cooperative Card Game, players take on the roles of Harry Dresden and his friends, teaming up to solve cases from the Dresden Files novels.
Each player plays a character from the novels (one of them is always Harry), taking on a shuffled scenario deck based on one of the books in the series. Using a combination of cards, dice, and teamwork, players attack foes, investigate cases, take advantages, and overcome obstacles to make sure they have the best possible odds for a win in the final showdown at the end of the book! Like any good cooperative game, it's hard to win (no fun if there's no challenge!), but always rewarding to play, and scales smoothly from one to five players.
Two-player games use the special 2-Player Rules from the tabletop game. (Each player plays two characters!)
Based on the Dresden Files book series by Jim Butcher.
|Steam||Windows, Mac||October 31, 2017|
|Mac App Store||Mac||October 31, 2017|
|App Store||iOS||Coming Soon!|
|Google Play Store||Android||Coming Soon!|
|Amazon Appstore||Kindle||Coming Soon!|
When will the game be available?
See the Where to Get the Game section, above, for availability.
I was a Kickstarter backer for the tabletop game. Will there be more goodies for me?
Yes, absolutely! As promised by Evil Hat, any backer who buys the app will get free access to all of the expansion packs and variant cards that were directly unlocked by the Kickstarter stretch goals. As soon as Hidden Achievement's account system is live, Evil Hat will send you an unlock code, so you can enable the expansions.
What platforms will be supported?
See the Where to Get the Game section, above, for platforms.
Will the game be localized to any other languages?
We are currently assessing which languages will get translations (since it costs money, obviously). Currently, German is at the top of our list.
I have an idea for a feature!
We have a board for that in our forums. Feel free to drop by and tell us what you think. We keep a customer wishlist in our issue tracker, so we don't lose track of your suggestions. We can't promise we'll get to every item people want, but we're definitely listening.
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