Astrea: Six-Sided Oracles—The Cosmic Dice-Deck-Building Roguelike Ready to Save the Universe this September

Written by Marcello TBL


Embark on a Cosmic Quest to Purify the Galaxy from the Evil Grasp of Corruption

Official Announcement Trailer and Release Unveiled

A revolutionary gameplay experience awaits as Brazilian developer Little Leo Games and Publisher Akupara Games announce their highly anticipated cosmic dice-deck-building roguelike, Astrea: Six-Sided Oracles, which will be released for PC on September 21st.

Astrea Six Sided Oracles

The Backdrop: Purification vs Corruption

Astrea: Six-Sided Oracles is an adrenaline-pumping dice-deck-building roguelike adventure set to redefine gameplay mechanics in a universe plagued by cultists hell-bent on corrupting and conquering all cosmic entities. Players wield ancient artifacts discovered by six fearless Oracles.

These Oracles are charged with halting the impending doom and cleansing the galaxy from the menacing scourge of corruption.

Unique Dual “Damage” System: An Overview

In the realm of Astrea, a unique dual damage system is introduced: Purification and Corruption. Purification is an innovative tool used to damage enemies or heal the player, while Corruption works more menacingly, capable of damaging the player or healing enemies.

Not Just Cards, But Dice!

Astrea employs dice mechanics instead of conventional card-based systems, offering more dynamic and unpredictable gameplay. Players can customize their dice pool from over 350 dice and three different types. Choose from reliably safe, perfectly balanced, or powerfully risky options to suit your unique playstyle.

Key Features: What Sets Astrea Apart

  1. Dynamic Health Bar System: Taking corruption enables unique skills but can consume you if overused.
  2. Dice Over Cards: Over 350 dice to build a pool that reflects your strategy.
  3. Customize Your Dice: Influence the odds by editing die faces with new actions.
  4. Six Brave Oracles: Choose a character that aligns with your playstyle, be it a crafty spellcaster or a brutish berserker.


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Marcello TBL

Italian Dad in love with Turn-Based RPGs and Indie Games. In 2018 he started Turn Based Lovers and now he can't live without it.