Ever wanted to start your own cult? Or wished you could summon eldritch horror-terrors from the abyssal depths from whence we all came? Well here's your chance!Underhand is a CCG (Cultist Card Game) that puts you into the role of a cult leader. Your job is to manage your cult's resources effectively as you respond to different event cards drawn from the deck. How you respond to these events will determine how far you'll go--will you succeed in summoning one, or maybe even all of the Ancient Ones? Or will you be just another would-be upstart falling prey to the trials and tribulations of time? Only you can decide!
THRILLINGWhether you're facing a treacherous obstacle or encountering an unexpected boon, every decision you make has tangible consequences manifesting as the current state of your hand. Underhand will have you on the edge of your seat as you walk the tightrope between having too many resources and not enough.
IMMERSIVEWith stunning, almost eerie visuals and sound, the stage is set for the perfect atmospheric experience. Every now and then, the in-game radio will react to your choices and broadcast the game-world's current state of affairs as affected by you, mastermind cult leader supreme--all so you can keep up with the latest happenings and make more happenings.
.. well, happen.UNPARALLELEDDo you know any other games that let you run a cult? How about ones that also let you summon unfathomably monstrous deities? Or ones that let you do both of those packaged into one wholesome, sleek, mobile card game experience? Whatever else you want to say about Underhand, it's irrefutably the first of its kind. Play now, so you can proudly proclaim that you were into it well before it amassed a cult following!
Really enjoyed this game. Simple to learn, the flow is really good and not getting ads in a free game is always a plus. Only 1 issue and it's a very specific bug report when I use a foresight card of any kind and it happens to be the last card before a reshuffle the game freezes and I need to go into the settings and back out to fix it, never seeing the upcoming cards. Other than that it's a great game.
This is great free game. For something casual, this is just right with some decent challenge. It is not very long to play through but satisfying and wishing it had a more content, but for free this is great.
Yay for cult card games. I quite like this one carefully managing my reasources and planning for the worst so I can further my cult and keep it alive long enough to summon a god is pretty fun, actually. The radio recordings that play based off your choices are a nice touch.
It's a well-balanced game that looks and sounds extremely good. I've cracked it in two days with SO MUCH effort but I'm still playing it for like year since. SPOILER ALERT The most difficult god to summon is the last one, but the one who gives tea is the trickiest after all
This game is incredibly strange. It is free and completely void of ads or in-app purchases, so I have no idea how anyone is making money off of it. Come to think of it, you couldn't give these creators money if you wanted to. This strange business model matches the game's cryptic theme quite well. The mechanics are simple, but it's asthetics are perfect. While playing, one is, at once, thoroughly entertained and deeply unsettled.