Take on the elements in Wildfrost, a tactical roguelike deckbuilder!
The sun has frozen over, and the world has succumbed to the Wildfrost. The town of Snowdwell and its survivors stand as the last bastion against an eternal winter... Build up a deck of powerful card companions and elemental items, as you battle to reach the Sun Temple and banish the frost once and for all!
Who developed Wildfrost?
Wildfrost is a collaboration between Will Lewis (Programmer & Designer, Deadpan Games) and Gaziter (Artist & Designer)! Will previously developed Caveblazers, a brutal roguelike platformer, while Gaz has produced art for Forager and KnotBot.
When did Wildfrost release?
Wildfrost released on Steam and Nintendo Switch on April 12, 2023!
What platforms is Wildfrost available on?
Wildfrost is currently available on PC and Nintendo Switch.
What languages is Wildfrost playable in?
Wildfrost is available to play in Japanese, Korean, and Simplified & Traditional Chinese. For further languages we will be closely watching player feedback to evaluate which languages the community are most interested in!
How many players does it support?
Wildfrost is a single player game.
What is Wildfrost built in?
Wildfrost is being developed in Unity.
Where can I go for game updates?
Check in at the Wildfrost Steam page for Dev Blogs, sign up to the Wildfrost Discord, and follow @wildfrostgame on Twitter for more information on the game and updates.
Can I talk about / post videos about Wildfrost on YouTube / Twitter / TikTok etc?
Of course! Please feel free to make videos about Wildfrost. You can find screenshots and videos which you may find helpful in the Press Kit. You also have permission to monetize your videos on YouTube featuring Wildfrost content.
I’m a journalist / influencer, how do I get a review key?
For members of the press please contact [email protected] to be considered for a review key. If you’re an influencer please sign up to our Content Creator list to show your interest!
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