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Inscryption part-collectible card game (CCG), part-rogue-lite, and part-escape room puzzle. There are also a lot of twists and surprises that will come your way. Some are ridiculous and zany, while others exemplify brilliant creativity. Here’s our Inscryption guides and features hub to help you progress further in the game.

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Inscryption guides and features hub

Official reviewInscryption has a lot going for it. It’s an indie title that uses a mish-mash of different genres, though card-battling remains a core component. However, you can expect your journey to continue, with some quirky moments thrown your way. Is it worth your while?

Beginner’s guide – The mechanics might seem daunting at first, and you’ll probably need a while to figure things out. We’ve got a beginner’s guide to help you with everything you need to know about card basics, combat tactics, upgrades, and NPC encounters.

Act 1: The Cabin puzzles – There are several brain teasers that will require you to pay attention to your surroundings. You might even discover secrets that will help you escape this strange nightmare.

Act 1: The Cabin boss fights – This part of Inscryption has you trapped inside a cabin. You’ll need to battle a mysterious being known as Leshy, as well as other bosses who await your arrival. Ideally, you’ll want to complete a full run without dying to complete this arc of the campaign.

Act 1: Best cards, Deathcards, and sigil combinations – There are a plethora of cards for you to obtain in Inscryption. Given that this is a rogue-lite, your failures will cause you to build up your deck once more (outside of your starter cards). Likewise, you’ll want to take note of Deathcards, unique tools that can help you in case you have unsuccessful runs. Finally, you’ll have to maximize the effectiveness of sigils or perks.

Act 2: Progression, bosses, and puzzles – There are four zones and four bosses, and each lair has several puzzles:

Act 2: Secrets and tricks – These will come in handy in a short while, so you might want to do them during your playthrough:

Act 3: Progression, bosses, and puzzles – We’ve gotta explore Botopia:

Act 3: Secrets and tricks – There’s some additional stuff that we can discover:


Inscryption is available on Steam.

Jason Rodriguez
Jason Rodriguez writes for various websites under the Enthusiast Gaming umbrella -- Destructoid, Flixist, Daily Esports, PlayStation Enthusiast, and PC Invasion. Jason's Steam library has 1,400+ games at the moment so he definitely has a lot of things to talk about. He's also one of only five games journalists from the Philippines. Just kidding. There are definitely more around, but he doesn't know anyone. Mabuhay!

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