DungeonTop is a deck building roguelite combination game that has an interesting combat set-up while making great use of the genre. Unlock more heroes and cards to use in your runs by cashing in treasures while making your way through the dangerous dungeon and clashing with its inhabitants. With its dark fantasy setting, the gameplay encourages you to complete multiple runs and gives you lots of options on how to complete them.
The core gameplay of DungeonTop is the combat, where you place cards to help your hero card defeat the enemy hero and their minions. There are three heroes to choose from: a warrior, mage, and rogue, with each having their own strengths and weaknesses which are emphasised by their spells. After choosing your hero, you have the option of choosing one of three factions of minions which specialise in different mechanics, from buffing minion stats, to a spell focus, and making use of a resource to power up your minions in different ways.
As you complete each battle, an offer to expand your deck becomes available with a selection of cards to choose from. The balance here comes from the fact that the more cards you choose, the harder it is to draw the stronger and the more valuable cards available to you, therefore the question is whether you take some of those rarer cards and dilute your deck or skip the choice entirely. Another factor to consider is when treasures are offered as these cards are worth currency when cashed in, which can then be used to expand the cards that are available to be found in a run or unlock two extra heroes.