Roguelite Deck Building Adventure Theseus Protocol Announcement

Written by Marcello TBL


Developer Starseeker Studio and publisher Archive Games are proud to announce their deckbuilding Roguelite Theseus Protocol. A game that offers a fractured non-linear storyline unveiled run after run and a strategy combat system where players must act accordingly to the enemies’ telegraphed attacks. Theseus Protocol is expected to be released in Early Access on Pc via Steam on January 17th 2023 and eager players can access an open beta playtest on December 20th.

Below an overview via Steam, screens and announcement Trailer.

Theseus Protocol is a deck building strategy roguelike set in a dire dystopian world. Take the role of Prometheus and alter the fate of humanity with a collection of vigorous cards and a variety of weapons at the ready. Journey across disparate lands, encounter relentless foes, and unveil Mark City’s darkest secrets.

Unravel the fragmented narrative of Mark City across a divergent city riddled with elitist conspiracies and gang induced turmoil. Explore branching paths through successive playthroughs and reveal the history behind Mark City and its inhabitants. Each step plays a role in uncovering the truth.

Engage in stimulating turn-based battles and unleash an arsenal of extraordinary cards against brutal adversaries. Gain the tactical advantage by changing positions to dodge incoming attacks and even cause enemies to crash into one another. Leave no waste, as any cards leftover can be utilized as ammunition for Prometheus’ weaponry. The fate of humanity lies within the ultimate deck and a masterful strategy.

Key Features:

  • Dynamic and stimulating turn-based battles with a strategic twist
  • Nonlinear, fractured narrative to unravel across a roguelike adventure
  • Progressive deck building through successive runs
  • Influential card-fueled weaponry
  • Three playable characters all with unique combat styles and narrative threads


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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.

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