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Mesoamerican-Themed Crafting Card Game Untraveled Lands: Chantico Trailer Released

Infused with Mesoamerican cultural influence, developer Tall Troll Games and publisher IndieArk have released a new trailer for their new survival crafting card game Untraveled Lands: Chantico.

A character-based, survival crafting card battler inspired by Indiana Jones and Mesoamerican mythos, Untraveled Lands: Chantico tasks players with building shelters, crafting tools, and ensuring one’s village thrives amidst the jungle’s challenges. Branching paths also reveal hidden temples and relics, with each map being procedurally generated with unique layouts and challenges every run.

Be sure to check out the trailer below:

Untraveled Lands: Chantico | Announcement Trailer

Dennis Kostroman, Art Director of Tall Troll Games, said the following:

“Our team holds a deep love for board and card games, which has greatly influenced our decision-making processes. During our brainstorming sessions, we identified a potential opportunity in merging survival elements with card game mechanics. With this in mind, Chantico was conceptualized, aiming to combine elements from survival craft games with the strategic nature of card games. Chantico places players in the setting of the Mesoamerican jungles, offering us great opportunities to make the game visually appealing and fun to play.”

Dennis Kostroman

Untraveled Lands: Chantico is set to release in Q4 2024 on PC with support for English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Japanese, French, Polish, and Korean languages. Those interested can wishlist the game on the official Untraveled Lands: Chantico page and join the official Untraveled Lands: Chantico Discord channel.

Nintendo Switch and Xbox releases will make their debut at a later date.

Source: Press Release

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