Welcome to Concept Medley! We’re trying a new way of developing heroes for our next game. We’ve hired you to playtest some ideas!
Version Conflict is a strategy fighting game for 2 players. Each player is testing a fighter for a new fighting video game that is still in development. Your fighter is represented by a deck of 25 cards that evolves over the course of a legacy. Each scenario is a new version of your fighter and the two of you will square off to see who has helped test and develop the best fighter. Deal 3 damage to your opponent and you will be declared the winner! After you finish the legacy you will have your own unique deck to challenge any other player that has also completed the legacy as well as the option to play solo.
With 10 Versions and 20-30 sessions, Version Conflict contains over 15 hours of gameplay at an affordable price!
|Draw the next card to learn about the game you are playtesting and where it is headed. As in all game development, you are going to experience the highs and lows along the way. Will you be able to make a fighter that is worthy of a Version 1.0 release?|
|Apply stickers to your cards changing them forever and setting up powerful moves. As the game upgrades, as well will your fighters. You'll learn new configurations and combinations that add new and challenging strategic elements to your conflicts. These changes are permanent, so choose wisely!|
|Go head to head with a friend unleashing strategic attacks or tactful defenses. In conflict you will chain your attacks trying to penetrate your opponent's defense. Do so and you'll deal damage. Deal a third damage and you win!|
|Celebrate your wins and become a highly decorated fighter in your journey. Keep track of each version that you were victorious.|
|Along the way you will be rewarded for pulling off challenging achievements. What is a great video game without achievements? Each Version introduces new challenges to both of the players. If you can pull one off during conflict, you will get additional upgrades for your fighter.|
Download the rulebook and print two copies of the Move cards (one for each player). Cut each sheet until you have 25 cards each. You can play with just these decks for practice games. Also included for PnP is the Version 0.1 Version card, Rule 1 sticker, and Version 0.1 Achievement card if you want to try out the first Version!
Note that the action shots are from a prototype print and that some formatting has changed since then but is accurately represented in the Print and Play as well as the rules.
|Average Rating||1 reviews|
|Publish Date||May 21, 2019|
|Primary Mechanic||Hand Management|
|More Info||Version Conflict web site|
Fun game, great concept, definitely worth a buy.