The addictive roguelike deckbuilder with rich TTRPG-style storytelling and set in the popular Ghanor universe is also available on consoles and PC

DX Gameworks and Jovem Nerd announced today that the exciting new deckbuilding roguelike Ruff Ghanor is available now for Nintendo Switch in the Americas. The game currently boasts a “Very Positive” rating on Steam from 93 percent of players and has generated buzz across social media. The Switch version of Ruff Ghanor will be available in Europe in the next few days and in Asian regions on April 18th.

Jovem Nerd is one of the best-known and most popular content hubs in Brazil, and Ruff Ghanor is the first time one of their internationally renowned universes has made the jump to video games. Ruff Ghanor follows the eponymous hero, a cleric on a mission to liberate his people from the monstrous dragon Zamir and their tyrannical rule. The might of a cleric alone won’t be enough, though. Ruff turns to the power of cards for aid, which hold the world’s magic and the essence of powerful weapons and stalwart defenses inside.

Ruff Ghanor seamlessly weaves inventive turn-based battles with clever deck-building that rewards careful planning and tops it all off with a twist: narrative events of the kind you might expect in your favorite tabletop RPGs. Ruff comes up against choices that require difficult decisions and skill checks. The layout of your current deck determines whether you pass the check and your choices affect your rewards. Sure, the easy choice that only demands two magic cards might be safe – but who can say whether the outcome is one that benefits you in the end.

That careful balance of risk and reward, of building decks and gathering allies guided only by the hope that you’re making the right choice, gives Ruff Ghanor its unique and addictive charm.

Ruff Ghanor is available now on Steam, PlayStation®4, PlayStation®5, Xbox® One, Xbox® Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch. For more information, visit