Level 99 Games celebrates 10th anniversary with release of BattleCON: Devastation of Indines, a remastered version of the original title

By on October 20, 2020 at 10:04 am
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A classic gets revised to become a fresh experience for both new players and longtime fans.

Level 99 Games, makers of the EXCEED Fighting System tabletop series, announced a new iteration of its first tabletop game, BattleCON, to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the company. The enhanced set, titled BattleCON: Devastation of Indines, will include “new artwork, packaging, and gameplay experiences.” Players will continue to be able to use their favorite characters and game plots from throughout the BattleCON line with this revisited version of the tabletop classic.

BattleCON: Devastation of Indines features 30 fighters, 5 unique play modes, 6 solo/co-op dungeons, and 4 boss battles. The game can be played with up to 2 players and playsets are estimated to last between 15-30 minutes with plenty to learn and master each playthrough. The big changes players can look forward to for BattleCON: Devastation of Indines can be found below.

This is the all-new, remastered version of the original title. We’ve included a few new features, never before seen in the original game.

  • Balance changes and templating updates
  • Force and Life Counters
  • Fighter tuckboxes
  • Retuned and clarified play modes
  • Two completely new fighters—Gar and Neuromille Kei
  • Current rules and other trappings associated with current BattleCON games


Level 99 Games was founded in 2010 and began creating apps for iOS platforms. One year later, Level 99 Games released BattleCON, their first tabletop board game that has reached massive success for the company, setting the foundation for the development of over “50 stand-alone titles, partnering with 11 different publishers, and being sold in 50 different countries.” These partnerships have expanded into fighting game-specific sets of the EXCEED Fighting system for iconic franchises like Street Fighter and BlazBlue.

“I created Level 99 Games to provide tabletop gaming fans with meaningful gameplay experiences that foster relationships with both teammates and opponents alike,” said D. Brad Talton Jr., CEO of Level 99 Games. “Making tabletop games has been a passion of mine since my childhood. BattleCON was the first game I brought into the public eye, which means it holds a special place in my heart and Level 99 Games’ history. Seeing us reach our 10-year anniversary makes me so proud to commemorate its remarkably successful run with one of the most beloved titles in the tabletop gaming community.”

BattleCon 4th edition is available on Level99GamesStore.com. BattleCON’s 4th edition is available in BattleCON: Devastation of Indines, Trials of Indines, and Wanderers of Indines, with Devastation of Indines serving as the release’s lead game. For more information, visit Level 99 Games.com.

Source: Level 99 Games

Shoryuken.com Associate Editor. Austyn James Roney began his gaming journey with Super Smash Bros. on the N64 but learned the ways of the fighting game genre with Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Loves all fighters, regardless of dimension or playstyle.