Armello Crack/Patch

Armello A swashbuckling adventure that combines the strategic play of card and board games with RPG elements. Wage single and multiplayer strategy battles as you adventure across the land of Armello on your quest for the throne.

Download Armello Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 77 / 100
User rating
7.2
Downloads 1600
Genre Miscellaneous, General, Board / Card Game
Company / Developer
League of Geeks / League of Geeks

Armello reviews ( 7 )

seabeeblue, Oct 10, 2016

This game is to me what the clock is to civilization. Absolutely divine. Suck in your quick opinions. Anyone in the gaming industry should study this game. Do not approach it to critique, but to learn. The balance is perfect, and anyone who would differ is just wrong.

Skejven, Feb 5, 2016

I don't really understand the hate game gets because of it's luck aspect. Yea, i would also want it to be a strategic game, i love strategies, but it was intended to be BOARD GAME. As far as i played, most of board game are based on throwing dice, and it's mostly how you play them. For a game, it looks great, it sounds great, gameplay is nice. Unfortunetly there is no story.

Rob_Silvermyst, Sep 3, 2016

Armello is a pretty fun and simple game. The art style is very well done, the music is beautiful, and there's a real, meaty amount of strategy that's blended in with the RNG system. Four victory conditions gives players plenty of wiggle room as to how they want to approach. Playing solo campaigns, I tend to ensure that Quick AI is turned on to help speed things up. In multiplayer sessions, you do have to wait on your opponents, but that's standard fair of any multi-player turn-based game. One of the things that takes this down a few notches is the lack of couch co-op. It would be really nice to play a game with my friends while they're at my house and not have to be on separate systems. For the price they are asking, it is well worth the purchase for those who want to enjoy something that can be played in bite-sized sessions.

Shoki, Sep 3, 2015

I was hoping that this would be so much better. It's pretty flat. So much is based on luck that there really isn't much strategy to be had. The sound design is pretty weak and the levels are all over the place. Maybe they will improve it as time goes on. I think you are better off with something else for the time being.

TtheWriter, Oct 4, 2015

The art style is gorgeous, the game itself intricate. You are CERTAINLY at the mercy of dice and deck here, which is what too many other reviewers are complaining about. Its. a. BOARD. GAME. And a hobby board game at that. I think it's amazing and worth playing. However, the lack of an in-game chat system makes this board game feel very isolating and lonely. If you wanna have fun here, bring friends and bring Skype.

Kamamura, Aug 29, 2016

Another promising game based on an interesting premise, spoiled by the Ameritrash design approach, in other words, every event in the game must involve tons of dice rolls - one dice does not suffice here, you have to roll dozens of them at once, apparently. The slick interface and nice art is marred by mandatory blur and bloom that gives the impression you are losing your eyesight to glaucoma. After a few hours of unfocused trodding on a map at the mercy of the RNG, you will shelve the game, never to return. Think Talisman, with better lore and graphics, blurred and bloomed to hell, with more directions to go. So much beautiful art, totally wasted.

jaluk, Nov 19, 2016

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