The critically acclaimed roguelike deck-builder Wildfrost makes its much-anticipated mobile debut on iOS and Android!

Today publisher Chucklefish and independent developers Gaziter and Deadpan Games announce the release of Wildfrost mobile, coming April 11th on iOS and Android, available midnight local time for pre-registration.

Players will embark on an extraordinary journey across a stark, frozen landscape, in a quest to reclaim a world taken over by the Wildfrost. Armed with a dynamic deck of delightful companions and potent elemental items, players will navigate frosty peril, with only the small settlement of Snowdwell and its tenacious survivors standing against an unending winter. Success hinges on strategic prowess and adept deck-building in this epic battle to relinquish the icy grip of the Wildfrost.

As the adventure unfolds, players will have the opportunity to recruit cute, but brutal card companions, bestowing them with enchanting wobbly charms to bolster their abilities. After each expedition, return to Snowdwell to restore the town, unlock additional cards, and face new, exciting challenges and events. As a roguelike, there’s boundless replayability, offering a fresh adventure with every playthrough.

Wildfrost Features:

  • A perfect mix of deckbuilding and adventure. Wildfrost lets players test card their battling skills as they fight to save the village of Snowdwell. 
  • Multiple, unique ‘leaders’ from a variety of different tribes at the beginning of each journey, each gifted with different randomised stats and skills.
  • The ‘dynamic counter system’ to exploit foes and frosty monsters’ weaknesses.
  • A compendium of cute card companions, elemental items and powerful charms to recruit and increase tactical options in battle.
  • Endless replayability filled with challenges and a new Daily Run.
  • Featuring fun jangly charm cameos from ‘Cult of the Lamb’, and ‘Celeste’.

Wildfrost mobile will be available in all its glacial glory April 11th, for £6.99, $6.99, €6.99. Playable in English, Chinese (Traditional and Simplified), Japanese, and Korean.