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What is Forced Showdown?

Forced Showdown is an action rogue-like Galactic Game Show, that uses deck-building elements for character progression.

The game is developed by BetaDwarf and was announced on Kickstarter October 6th 2015 (under the name "Forced: Eternal Arenas") and released March 29th, 2016.

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Get access to our upcoming game! - - 2022/11/03 11:09

Greetings! Get your Steam Key for our upcoming game: Project F4E!⇒ {LINK REMOVED} the Rift Order and close the Rifts that started appearing all around the world in this new O...

Announcing the Month of Fun! - - 2022/10/14 08:29

Greetings Knight,For the very first time, we are launching BetaDwarf’s “Month of Fun”! This is a month-long event series across all our games, packed with ultra-sweet bonuses, epic rewards, and more f...

100% OFF Crystal Conquest DLC for Minion Masters & Huge New Update! - - 2019/12/05 22:01

100% OFF - WEEKEND DEALGet the new Minion Masters $15 Crystal Conquest DLC 100% off this weekend!THE QUEST FOR MOUNTAINSHAPER - OUT NOW Our other game, Minion Masters, just got its biggest expansion...

Claim a -100% off DLC for Minion Masters, just this weekend - - 2019/08/15 18:04

Hello SHOWDOWN Fans,If you haven't tried out our other game, Minion Masters, now is a great time!You can claim Might of the Slither Lords this weekend, saving $15!This coincides with the release of Sa...
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