Probably the best game ever made, Not biased of course.

Real player with 23.2 hrs in game

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The AI is very stupid and only does bad trades without attacking face. I like the card design and I am having fun farming.

Real player with 4.5 hrs in game

ProtoStone on Steam

Space Food Truck

Space Food Truck

Mainly writing this because I disagree with what the majority of the negative reviews are saying, as someone who cranked out 40 hours of gameplay (split quite evenly between online and offline play) and who completed games on the hardest difficulty level. While I have ideas on what should contribute to a negative review, which will come later in the review, but let’s start by tackling the points I disagree with in the negative reviews.

I believe RNG gets the majority of the blame because a random event occurs at the beginning of every turn, and at every new planet, so it’s pretty much in your face all the time.

Real player with 102.9 hrs in game

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This game has the potential to be very fun. Myself and a few friends brought it and really enjoyed the game initially. But we quickly realised that this game is too hard, and not even hard in way that challenges you properly. We have been playing on mild difficulty, since the upper difficulty was seemingly impossilbe.

The game is hard beyond the player’s control, since much of the game mechanics are the result RNG. 90% of the RNG is bad! You receive negative effects that can see you wiped out very quickly. For example, we upgraded our shields to the max very early on, but in response, we started taking much more damage from RNG events.

Real player with 44.7 hrs in game

Space Food Truck on Steam

Dresden Files Cooperative Card Game

Dresden Files Cooperative Card Game

Dresden Files Cooperative Card Game is set in the Dresden Files universe, with characters and plot mechanics from the books becoming cards that work for or against you. Each book is its own set of obstacles, advantages, foes and cases that become the board that Dresden and his allies try to overcome.

If you are the kind of player that runs away from a challenge because of a bloody nose, Dresden Files is not for you. You will lose in the beginning, a lot. I know I did. To win takes elements of both skill and luck, like any other game with cards and dice. However, it seems the more I play, the luckier I get … hmm, that could be the skill factor of being able to recognize the better plays to make and better risks to take.

Real player with 371.4 hrs in game

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This is very much a Marmite game, you’ll either love it or hate it with equal measure. For me its a winner, a game I can turn on anytime I have a few minutes to kill and don’t want to be bogged down in something more involved. and if you’ve played this game in its real world form you’ll appreciate all the Automation this digital rendition brings.

Pros: Its nicely put together and contains all the characters a Harry Dresden fan could wish for the mechanics of the card battles are easy to learn but difficult to really master which makes each victory one to be savored.

Real player with 192.8 hrs in game

Dresden Files Cooperative Card Game on Steam

Across the Obelisk

Across the Obelisk

If you are input deck building games and would like to play with up to 3 friends then you will simply love this game. It is so varied in all runs we had ( 30) and it is still fun to experiment with new deck ideas, improve strategies and learn from each new weekly challenge.

Real player with 199.9 hrs in game

This game is a great little deck building game with some RPG stuff thrown in. Don’t listen to the reviews that say you HAVE TO GRIND to beat it, I was able to beat it on my third run and that was just learning what the cards and debuffs/buffs do. Plus it has co-op!

Real player with 176.9 hrs in game

Across the Obelisk on Steam



Hellcard is a cooperative roguelike deckbuilder that can be played in both Singleplayer and Multiplayer modes. The game takes place in the paper dungeons known from Book of Demons, but its main mechanics revolve around deckbuilding and fast-paced tactical turn-based card battles.

What makes HELLCARD unique and different from games such as Slay the Spire is that monster placement actually matters and can be used to your advantage.

In HELLCARD we’re planning to support co-op battles with up to three heroes facing Archdemon’s hordes. You’ll be able to descend into the dungeons solo, recruit computer-controlled companions or join your friends or strangers in their battles against the hordes of hell.

If the above features get you excited, be sure to wishlist the game now on Steam. Otherwise consider wishlisting anyway - who knows, maybe we will get you excited along the way!

About Return 2 Games series

Return 2 Games is a series of unique mid-core games inspired by the golden days of PC gaming. Each R2G title is a tribute to a single hit game from the ’90s: a reimagining of a single universal story for a brand-new audience, using modern means and innovative, often vastly simplified gameplay mechanics.

HELLCARD internally started as an idea for a new game mode inside Book of Demons (the first game in the R2G series), but we soon realized that it’s a much bigger design and that it should be executed as a separate stand-alone spin-off game. If you want to learn more about Return 2 Games or support us in the development of the series, visit the Supporter Pack store page. On release, HELLCARD will be a part of it.

Book of Demons, the first part in the series is already here, be sure to check it out as it includes a free demo.

Also, be sure to check out Book of Aliens, the second book in the series and a tribute to MicroProse’ UFO: Enemy Unknown that’s also in the works:




I have played the other CCGs like WoT Generals, Panzer General Online and this one is actually not bad. At least for beginners. Yes, there are difficulties for beginners but once you learned basics you may enjoy the game. Of course if developers would work on the game it will more playable.

А теперь на русском:

Я любитель варгеймов на тему Второй мировой и был альфа тестером Wot Generals и бета тестером Panzer General Online.. Игра понравилась.

Из плюсов:

  • Годное аудио

  • Музыка Норм

  • Интересное оформление поле боя

Real player with 105.2 hrs in game

Okay so this game is fun and very good, but there are a few mistakes in either spelling, grammar, missing translation and the names of the achievments are totally bugged out. You may want to take a look at my screenshots on my profile. I published some screenshots with the above mentioned mistakes. I hope you correct them in a future update, but very great game, I love it! (Btw I would be willing to help you with german translations if you are interested.)

[Original; February 10th]

Alright, now that this game has been updated, I must say, that it defently improved and

Real player with 25.9 hrs in game

HoCWar on Steam



So this game is tons of fun, I gotta say, it’s fantastic to play with a group of friends because, as always, Uno is great fun. The card packs and new rulesets are also fantastic and really change up the pace of the game and make it even more fun, beyond what normal Uno can provide.

That’s about all it’s got going for it though. The coding of the game itself and the networking are absolutely atrocious. For absolutely no reason, people will drop from games, be incapable of fully loading into games, crash on startup, etc. etc.. Many core features (like calling out Uno) are broken to a degree that makes a potential win into a complete loss. Needless to say, the entire game is pretty much broken somewhere somehow despite the fact that it’s literally just Uno. I have no idea how you screw up Uno this badly, but these developers apparently made that a reality. If it was just one or two of these bugs in isolation, I could put up with it, but the quality of this game makes me feel like unpaid interns created it and that it’s literally just a project for Ubisoft interns to work on that generates them some cash on the side. There’s no care at all for quality put into it, which I mean sure, it can’t be that popular of a game and isn’t a flagship, but it still flagrantly displays it’s made by Ubisoft and is grossly broken. Not that I expect anything else out of Ubisoft, but for god’s sake, it’s just a damn card game, how do you make it so that just to play an online card game it can take 20 minutes of restarting games just to get it to work, only to then have people just disconnect at the start or mid-game for no reason despite them having no connection issues at all on their end?

Real player with 14.8 hrs in game

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Real player with 13.4 hrs in game

UNO on Steam

Card Hunter

Card Hunter

If you have ever enjoyed playing a table-top fantasy game then I would definitely suggest giving this game a try. It is very nostalgic to the early days of AD&D and full of adolescent sibling rivalry and nerd humor. The interplay between card use and the figures on the map is very well thought out. Like any game there can be some mini-maxing going on, but, if you want to play the game for fun, then there is a lot of fun variation that can go on. The game has single player, cooperative, and player versus player modes. And, yeah, regardless of how well you make a deck of cards for your character, board tactics, and the-luck-of-the-draw can make or break a scenario or match, but that’s part of what makes this game fun and challenging.

Real player with 355.9 hrs in game

I enjoyed the game. Lots of choices.

It is free to play and you don’t have to spend $ to beat the game. The pvp on the higher levels would require to have better cards, but it’s farmable if you are willing to put the time in.

Real player with 349.0 hrs in game

Card Hunter on Steam



If you’re looking for an alternative for UNO, look no further this game is it what you want and way more interesting, with more option for multiplayers (up to 8).

Give love to the dev of this game he deserves it!! This game need to be lifted from “profile features Limited” 3 3

Real player with 18.1 hrs in game

Fast and Clean! since Ubisoft UNO is really bad at handling multiplayer, this game become our game to play while chatting in my group. Really quick to set a game up and play.

Real player with 8.9 hrs in game

Quin on Steam

Sentinels of the Multiverse

Sentinels of the Multiverse


Sentinels of the Multiverse is a turn based cooperative card game for 3-5 heroes (Can be played solo as one player controls from 3-5 heroes). You gather your team and embark on a specific location to defeat the big bad villain. Each character you choose have their own personal unique deck that comes with them. The villain also has a uniquie deck and the enviroment you play also has a unique deck! The basic game comes with about 10 distinct heroes, inspired by some iconic comic superheroes of our times, withought ever being way too similar. The game flow is simple yet captivating, with the just right amount of suspence and amazing teamwork and synergy amongst your champions!

Real player with 341.2 hrs in game

If you are a comic book fan like me, there’s a lot to love about Sentinels of the Multiverse.

It is the digital version of a tabletop card game, where each character and environment is a fixed deck of cards.

There’s a lot of variety here, different heroes with backstories and themes that remind you of famous DC or Marvel characters, many variants of those heroes that unlock after certain conditions are met. These are really fun to accomplish and sort of introduce you more and more to the lore of this universe.

Real player with 184.8 hrs in game

Sentinels of the Multiverse on Steam