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Welcome to the Official Forced Showdown Wiki
the Forced Showdown compendium by the players, for the players.

We are currently maintaining 898 pages (321 articles) with 14 participating in this Wiki so far!.

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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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Grab the Showdown IndieBox! - - 2016/12/09 13:31

Check out this awesome collectors edition of FORCED SHOWDOWN, that IndieBox has helped us make! It's filled with secret collector items and is only available in a limited period! Give it look :)Use th...

Hurry to get my new show Minion Masters for free! - - 2016/11/03 13:46

I, C-SAR have created a new show - Minion Masters!I'm now giving you a chance to summon minions from the arenas you have fought in, in FORCED SHOWDOWN. You will be able to summon these minions against...

Halloween Update - Spooky spectres! - - 2016/10/28 13:15

Contestants,I’ve got a scary surprise in store for you today, because my special Halloween event just went live!You’ll see ghosts around every corner, pumpkins decorating the arenas, and e...

Update 46 - Settsu cards and balance changes! - - 2016/10/19 13:15

Contestants,This week I’m updating Settsu so she has more card options, introducing a couple of new enemies and doing a lot of balance changes based on community feedback!Settsu receives 4 new c...

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