Card Games Mega Collection

Card Games Mega Collection

I play canasta in this app. the video is badly rendered - cards and nameplates overlap your hand and played cards so you can’t see. controls are variable - the same action sometimes plays a card and sometimes discards a playable card. The logic is flawed in measuring your actions - preventing you from making legal plays because one of the multiple things you could do would result in an illegal play (for example, if there are three playable cards in the discard, you can’t pick it up and play two, discard one - because it sees you *could play all three, and if you did, *then you’d have to discard the card in your hand but you aren’t eligible to do that).

Real player with 268.2 hrs in game

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The hand you use to select a card is a terrible … often grabs the wrong card accidentally. The pass/order up round go so fast if you blink you can’t tell if it was your partner or your opponent who made it and there is no indicator on screen. If there was another version of this, I would try it instead. If you turn hints on, you also must go to the hint button every time to make your election. Awkward game to use.

Real player with 27.4 hrs in game

Card Games Mega Collection on Steam



A long, long time ago, an ancient evil was trapped inside of a magical gong. The gong was struck and released this evil into the world. Now, only one thing can stop it- comedy warriors that compete in improv challenges to appease the evil spirit. If any of them aren’t funny or mess up, they will be punished!

BATSU! is a digital party card game full of hilarious improv challenges and humiliating or painful punishments! The game is based on the hit live Japanese punishment game show in NYC and Chicago. Put your “funny” friends to the test in improv challenges while risking a BATSU! (“punishment”, in Japanese.)

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BATSU! on Steam



Extremely Fun game with a unique and well designed card game mechanics. While there are a few things I think that could be improved, overall they really pale in comparison to the fun I’ve had from this game.


  • Fresh new card game mechanics with well designed factions that are both unique and synergistic

  • great story

  • Very replayable

  • Fun Gauntlet mode make your own deck each win with difference Champs

  • Great sound track and voicelines


  • animations and walking can get a little tedious on multiple playthroughs

Real player with 88.5 hrs in game

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This game could have been AMAZING but has some design and balance shortcomings. I’ll list them briefly then go into more detail below.

  1. No way to collect all the cards or undo certain permanent changes

  2. No real post game or new game+ to try out different deck types. Unskippable cutscenes ruin the thought of replaying the game.

  3. Some balance shortcomings can make a couple parts almost impossible in some cases, this game is otherwise extremely easy.

I still had fun with this game and not a lot of people make games like this anymore. The story and writing is charming and the art grew on me. The complaints only hurt so hard because the rest of the game shows so much promise. I still had fun with my 14ish hours of it but I wouldn’t recommend paying full price unless you really love these types of games.

Real player with 33.9 hrs in game

Cardpocalypse on Steam

Faerie Solitaire Harvest

Faerie Solitaire Harvest

At its core, Faerie Solitaire Harvest is Mahjong; that is, matching cards of identical value to remove them from the board.

Just like in Faerie Solitaire, Subsoap includes a good supply of abilities- in this game called “Talents” - which help to give the player more options than in a real-life card game of the same nature. The gameplay allows creativity and strategization, and I for one very strongly like that.

The music is very enjoyable as well. Placeholder paragraph for Harvest’s music.

The art in this game is, I’ll have to settle on saying for now, very good. It is staunchly improved from the first Faerie Solitaire; each Card, each icon for the Talents, and the pets are interesting and encapsulating to behold. I let this be a placeholder paragraph for until I can share my more fleshed-out review.

Real player with 329.2 hrs in game

Standalone game set in the same universe as Faerie Solitaire.

I have always hated this type of solitaire… Until now. During the course of beta-testing, Faerie Solitaire Harvest has become the best, most-addictive solitaire game I’ve ever played.

The story is not like what we experienced in Faerie Solitaire. This time we find “shards” of lore that give us a lot of information about Faeverse and its denizens.

Options include separate sliders for Music, Ambience and Effects, plus Full-screen/Windowed and Custom Cursor. Under Game, you can even customize the colors of your suits! For instance, I made mine Violet and Pink instead of Black and Red.

Real player with 235.7 hrs in game

Faerie Solitaire Harvest on Steam

Interplay Solitaire

Interplay Solitaire

This is one of my best games from Interplay ever.

  • Various card games to play with like the original Klondike, Pyramid, Poker Solitaire, etc.

  • Cool background images and some cardbacks.

  • Great Playing Card Details

  • This game not only has the original Challenge Counting, it also has Traditional counting too.

It ran properly without any problems. I also like how I can change Background and Deck between games. I just wish there’s some background music and a feature where I can use my own Background images.

Real player with 14.5 hrs in game

I’m a simple man: I see Interplay game - I buy it.

I’m a simple man: I see a solitaire game - I buy it.

Actually, no. I just used an old meme (all the best to Ron Swanson!)

The math behind this deal is pretty simple: with 90% discount, I’ll gather with Steam cards more than I paid for the game.

Plus it’s the Solitaire: not the best game in the Universe, but hey, I’m old-school, I remember the time when Pinball, Solitaire, and Minesweeper were only options, so I can’t really complain.

More to it, it’s a good and omnifarious Solitaire game: 26 different sets of rules, such as Klondike, Spider, Pyramid, FreeCell - and many more. If you don’t like card games yourself, you can always gift it to your parents or grands…

Real player with 7.6 hrs in game

Interplay Solitaire on Steam

Top Trumps Turbo

Top Trumps Turbo

An interesting designed 1 vs 1 table top mini-games battle that feature 6 different mini games and alot things to collecct and accomplish.

Sounds Fun right? Well it’s not for many different reason.

I played Top Trumps™ in Real-life for a bit with my friend and It doesn’t have something that game have lots of..


This game is filled with bugs.

Memory leaking bugs, Graphics engine crush bugs, resizing bugs, sound bugs, loading errors, Card graphics loading into blank screen, Access the setting mid game cause game freeze for 10 minutes.

Real player with 1.6 hrs in game


90% of the in-game textures do not display and, instead, show a blank pink. All of the cards in the game display as pink rectangles. I tried to fix it - I really did. I tried verifying the game cache, and that didn’t fix it, though it did find a file in error and redownloaded all 0 bytes of it. I tried changing the graphics quality, which did nothing except alter how laggy the opening video was. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling, and that did squat.

Due to this, I can definitely say it’s an issue with the game files players are given, and not something caused by the player’s computer or a Steam glitch. There’s no way for anyone but the developers to fix it, and they have yet to acknowledge it as an issue.

Real player with 0.7 hrs in game

Top Trumps Turbo on Steam

Jewel Match Solitaire 2 Collector’s Edition

Jewel Match Solitaire 2 Collector’s Edition

The main game is okay. The bonus games are useless. I tried several and every one of the attempts ending with “No moves left.” Some times this happened very early in the spread.

I tried the “Hint” feature and discovered it moved cards around unproductively.

I am not completely disappointed as the main game is functional and mostly entertaining. There are a few spreads near the end where I spend more time flipping the deck cards than I care too because only one or two cards are open for use.

Real player with 41.7 hrs in game

This Collector’s Edition is two games in one! After finishing the main game it unlocks a new game, plus more stuff to buy in the store, more backgrounds, etc. So this game is well worth the money.

It took me 28 hours to complete everything, except one of the hard achievements (play ace, king, queen, jack, and 10 all of the same suit and in that order! What are the chances that can happen?!?!?!)

For those of you who already know how to play this type of “solitaire” you can skip this paragraph. For those who are new to it, let me explain a bit how it works. You are given a display of cards facing down with a few cards facing up on top of them, and at the bottom there is your deck and any jokers and bonus abilities you have plus an undo button. You play by clicking on cards that number one up or one down from the card dealt from the deck. For instance, if you have a four, then you can click on a three or a five. You can rack up chains sometimes like: 2,3,4,5,4,5,6. Try to go back and forth, up and down like that. If you do a long enough chain (I think it’s 6 cards) you get a bonus. The longer the chain, the bigger the bonus.

Real player with 28.7 hrs in game

Jewel Match Solitaire 2 Collector's Edition on Steam



Now, you may be wondering why I have over 100 hours in a game where there’s DLC and a season pass. It’s not about the money, it’s about the gameplay. I don’t have any dlc as it’s just the same gameplay but with different skins.


Steal money from friends, bots, or others in online

Have pets (just dogs or cats)

Exploit the economy if you’re lucky enough not to land on tax spaces

You can be single just like real life

When married, it costs nothing and you actually earn money from it

There’s no divorce papers so your partner doesn’t take anything from you

Real player with 424.4 hrs in game

I’ve had this game get stuck three times now right at the end. It counts the money and the pieces just stand there, moving their heads and jumping around. On top of that, all the maps except one are behind a paywall. Had I known I was only gonna get one map with this game, I wouldn’t have gotten it. I figured since it was so based around having new maps, that there would be more than one available to play without paying. Ha. Nope. I bought this during the Steam Summer Sale and it still wasn’t worth the discounted price. What a joke. Greed has gotten the best of this one.

Real player with 15.6 hrs in game




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

Nofrills Solitaire

Nofrills Solitaire

It’s Solitaire. Nothing too fancy about it. Plays well.

Real player with 514.6 hrs in game

great relaxing game

Real player with 95.4 hrs in game

Nofrills Solitaire on Steam