Crown Trick

Rating Summary

Based on 17 critic reviews
Strong Man

OpenCritic Rating

78

Top Critic Average

82%

Critics Recommend

Based on 17 critic reviews
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8 / 10.0
Oct 26, 2020

While not perfect, Crown Trick has managed to give a unique rogue-like experience to a genre oversaturated with copy-paste ideas.

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Oct 27, 2020

It’s only Roguelike but I like it!. Fun visuals and addictive gameplay await people who want to don the crown

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9 / 10
Oct 15, 2020

Crown Trick offers turn-based tactical depth as you battle your foes on numerous dungeon floors. You'll chain the effects from traps, items, spells, and the elements, all while hoping you're lucky with the RNG. It's rogue-lite goodness wrapped in a challenging, engaging, and highly enjoyable package. Just be ready to restart manually often if you want to have an ideal run.

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8 / 10
Oct 21, 2020

Crown Trick is a stylish and strategic roguelite that slows the usually frenetic pace of its genre down and introduces some rhythmic turn-based battling to proceedings. Elle's ability to blink around arenas, combined with the plethora of powers she gains from the many weapons, relics and familiars she encounters along the way, also adds plenty of variety and flexibility to the runs you'll make here. There are some UI niggles that need addressing, the inherently random nature of the core gameplay can plague proceedings now and again and busy battles can become hard to read at times but, overall, this one's a very solid effort that fans of roguelites should definitely check out.

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8 / 10.0
Oct 19, 2020

Crown Trick is a cute dungeon crawler with a great sense of humour, lovely animation and plenty to discover to keep you coming back to take on the chaos.

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8 / 10.0
Oct 16, 2020

With an enchanting art style Crown Trick is a delight to play, yet is challenging and frustrating before you master its combat system.

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3.5 / 5.0
Oct 15, 2020

While you may have to be prepared for a slow start and a grind, there's fun to be found in Crown Trick, thanks to its unique turn-based take on roguelike dungeon crawlers, its enjoyable and deep mechanics, and the vibrant world of the Nightmare Realm. Whether you're a patient player, a strategy buff or just someone looking for something different, NEXT Studios have something for you that might not be an absolute dream, but will be an interesting little fantasy.

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8 / 10.0
Oct 19, 2020

You’ll have to leave any run-and-gun sensibilities at the door when you jump into Crown Trick; it’s a game about thoughtful manoeuvres and carefully-planned attacks. But it results in combat that’s extremely rewarding, and a challenge that’s a lot of fun to take on. Progressing in Crown Trick may be tricky, but it’s never insurmountable – and you’ll be enjoying yourself so much that you’ll want to keep jumping back in, seeing if you can get that bit further next time.

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7.5 / 10.0
Oct 15, 2020

Crown Trick is a classic dungeon crawler with some interesting new mechanics. Though it's not the most different game out there and not even an outstanding one, it does a good job delivering the vibe. Gameplay is engaging and the art style is really beautiful. If you're a fan of the genre, you should go for Crown Trick.

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8.5 / 10.0
Oct 20, 2020

Crown Trick uses turn-based movement and roguelike elements to create an exciting dungeon crawler. The highly tactical combat is its biggest highlight: simple concept mechanics and a wide range of skills allow you to build different strategies, and it is very rewarding to create devastating elemental combos. The challenge is intense and fair most of the time, but peaks of difficulty and unbalanced aspects are a little uncomfortable. In addition, an interesting world, great visuals and a clear interface make exploration enjoyable. In the end, the result is a remarkable, intense and engaging experience - I keep trying to escape the Nightmare World even after countless defeats.

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