“If you are looking for a fun, light-hearted RPG game for the whole family that will also let you and/or your kids have a lot of fun, creative play at the same time, go check out The Cloud Dungeon.”
— Geek Dad
1. It’s designed to be parent+kid friendly.
This is a great shared experience for parents and their kids. I aim to make it easy enough for a 10-year-old to understand and even run (with a little parental help).
2. It has permanent consequences and interesting group decisions to make, but is forgiving.
Players are never completely out of the game, even if they die: they can continue on as a ghost, still helping out their party and participating in decisions.
3. It’s easy to get into.
There’s no rulebook, you learn as you go. No one needs to learn how to play, there’s no GM. You can sit down with the book for the first time on your game night.
4. It’s a creative experience.
It’s all about making unique characters, coloring/drawing, and customizing. It’s an incredibly fun and creative experience that appeals to anyone who likes to make stuff.
It’s crazy, creative fun.
5. Anyone can enjoy it
From people who don’t know how to draw a stick figure to doodle masters, from kids to serious board gamers, a wide variety of people have played and loved The Cloud Dungeon. It’s for anyone who loves to cut and color paper, just so long as they don’t take themselves too seriously.