Doors of Insanity Gets Triple Update on Steam

Insanity Just Got Even More Fun

 

Doors of Insanity | Triple Featured

Doors of Insanity is a quirky and ambitious rogue card game I first encountered several months back. It has you fight your way through Purgatory against twisted and delightful fiends. Developed by OneShark and published by Neon Doctrine (previously called Another Indie), I was impressed by many of its elements, even as a couple held it back. And though I tried the game out in February, it’s still in Steam Early Access. But things are about to get a lot more interesting thanks to a trio of substantive updates.

Doors of Insanity | Defeat

All three of these updates significantly alter how you play Doors of Insanity. The first one is called the Grand Equipment Meta Update. Using the Equipment Master artifact, you can find a use for everything in your inventory. Even as a blunt object to whack monsters with. Some other key aspects of this update are an improved starting area, new starting cards, modifiers for Enraged, Wounded and Fattened and equipment from Vigil: The Longest Night.

Doors of Insanity | Boss

Second up is the Special Summoner Meta Update. Using the Summoner Master artifact, you can boost your summoned allies, pick cards from your deck and even get an eagle buddy. Even better, your total number of live summons increases to six, which is a big help for tough battles. I personally loved summoning allies when I last played Doors of Insanity, so I’m really looking forward to using this artifact.

Lastly we have the Spicy Dice Meta Update. I always felt underwhelmed by the dice features in the game, and this goes a long way to fixing that. Now rolling doubles can unleash fiery mayhem. And god help your foes if you roll two sixes… This is all thanks to the Dice Master artifact.

Doors of Insanity | Decked Out

Any one of these updates would make the game better. But all three at once? That’s a game changer. Be sure to check out Doors of Insanity while it’s still in Steam Early Access. And stay tuned to HPP for more news from the folks at Neon Doctrine.

Josh Speer
Got my start in the industry at oprainfall, but been a game fanatic since I was young. Indie / niche advocate and fan of classics like Mega Man, Castlevania and Super Metroid. Enjoys many genres, including platformers, turn based / tactical RPGs, rhythm and much more. Champion of PAX West and Knight of E3.

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