A few years ago, Developer Righteous Hammer released its excellent card-based roguelike Solitairica on mobile a few years back, and since then the game has managed to attract almost a cult-like fanbase.  Even to this day, it’s still regarded by many as one of the best titles available on mobile. So with such a reputation, you can imagine our excitement when the studio announced that it was working on a brand new game. Titled ZOR: Pilgrimage of the Slorfs, this upcoming product will reportedly be a turn-based survival strategy game set in a prehistoric fantasy world. Check out its teaser below:

While the teaser doesn’t shed any light on the actual gameplay, it does allow us a glimpse at the visual style of ZOR: Pilgrimage of the Slorfs. From what little information that’s currently available on the game’s official website, it seems you’ll be controlling two cute little horned creatures called Slorfs as they embark on a journey through an alien and perilous world that’s procedurally generated with each playthrough.

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Every action is directed through a deck of cards

You’ll direct all of their actions through a deck of cards, which you can customize and upgrade as you progress. So, from the sound of it, it seems there will be plenty of strategic choices and ways to experiment. Moreover, you can even watch the stars at night, which will reportedly “inspire revolutionary ideas and new skills." We don’t know what that means in terms of the gameplay yet, but it sounds extremely cool.

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You can watch the stars to inspire new skills

Of course, the biggest question that everybody is probably asking right now is whether ZOR: Pilgrimage of the Slorfs will be available on the mobile platform. Well, the developer has confirmed on its Twitter page that it is making this game “for every platform”, but at the moment, it is mainly focusing on the PC release.  A mobile version is promised to come “soon” afterward, though, so rest assured, mobile gamers. You will be able to enjoy it on your handheld device eventually. Right now, though, let’s just sit back and wait for more updates!