The Dresden Files Cooperative

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4.1
95 reviews
1K+
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Content rating
Teen
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About this game

Play Harry Dresden and his friends as they take on the cases from the bestselling Dresden Files novels in the ultimate what-if scenario—what if Harry was on the scene with allies who weren’t there in the original story? The core game includes Harry, Murphy, Susan, Michael, and the Alphas and plays through the first five novels as well as Side Jobs, a random scenario generator based on the short story collection of the same name. Designs are already well underway for expansions featuring more series characters and more novels.
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Feb 9, 2021

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4.1
95 reviews
Senna Motto
November 26, 2022
I'd been eyeing this for a while, and when I saw that it was on sale recently, I grabbed it. Sadly, I didn't enjoy it all; I found it too RNG-intensive. For example, if your obstacles are too far out of range, you're in a *lot* of trouble, and I never seemed to clear cases or enemies in the Showdown at the end.
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A Google user
March 30, 2019
Not enough content for $7. More books? Its $4 for 2 and you get 2 more people. Thats $20 for the rest of the books so this game should say $27. Its bs. The game is interesting, but on harder books, you have to get a near perfect spread and draw to actually win, so you have to restart about 50 times. Im giving it a 3 because the art/sound, the setting, and the quality of the programming. -2 for cost-to-content ratio. Buy it if it goes on sale, but NOT at full price.
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Ruby J. Scheme
November 25, 2021
Good digital adaptation of a great boardgame that provides great brain-burning puzzles. Would have given two more stars if : 1. the three hands were always visible while solo-playing. Having to tap multiple times to gather an global overview of the cards and memorize them leads to frequent tactical errors 2. there was an undo button whenever possible (ie. when nothing new is revealed)
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What's new

* Fixed a number of small gameplay and UI bugs.
* Character decks no longer reshuffle their draw pile once it is empty. Cards that select a character to draw will not select characters with empty draw piles.