Book of Beasts — The Collectible Card Game CCG

Book of Beasts — The Collectible Card Game CCG

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Book of Beasts is a free-to-play Collectible Card Game. It is nothing like Hearthstone, Magic, Yu-Gi-Oh, and the likes. It’s more like a Puzzle game.

Your Deck consists of 20 cards. Each turn you draw up to four cards. You can play all of them on the field. Each card has (a) different element(s). There is fire, water, air, earth, and spirit. A card can have different elements on each side which means you will have a card you can connect to another fire card and have a connection to a water card at the same time. You can’t play a card if you can’t connect it to another one.

Real player with 0.7 hrs in game

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First Impressions:

I learned how to play the game after just the first introduction match. That is impressive!

The game is so simple to learn, I think I can get others who would be intimidated by other card games to try this out. I REALLY hope a Mobile version of this is on the way, because this game has great potential for a strong scene.

Also I was curious on how they monetize the game. It appears to be SUPER generous. I mean, 15 bucks for the ENTIRE first season of cards? Insane value!

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

Book of Beasts — The Collectible Card Game CCG on Steam

Detective notes. Lighthouse Mystery Solitaire

Detective notes. Lighthouse Mystery Solitaire

Quite a good solitaire game, with an intriguing story, good graphics & suitable suspence music. I’d say, it’s on par with Regency Solitaire & definately deserves more players.

It has a short intermediate sequence at the end of every chapter of a hidden objects game. I am not really a fan of hidden objects games or majong, which some of the solitaires also have included, but i find this HO mini game not very hard to master & matching well the atmosphere of a detective story, so still a recommendation. On top, you can just skip it.

Real player with 17.1 hrs in game

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As much as I love shooters and RPG sword play etc, sometimes I like to play a chill game and relax. This game does that. I am a fan of solitaire and hidden object games, so I like the idea of bridging the gap between the two and also having an in depth story line. I’ve only played chapter 1, but so far I have not encounter any bugs. The game play seems smooth. My only complaint is I wished the developer would have included puzzles like that are in other hidden object games, but over all I am enjoying the game. So, yes I recommend this game to anyone else that likes the solitaire/HOG genres.

Real player with 5.0 hrs in game

Detective notes. Lighthouse Mystery Solitaire on Steam

Faerie Solitaire Remastered

Faerie Solitaire Remastered

I’ve given this remaster 10 hours now and made notes on the differences, and I feel like I can do a decent review now. Disclaimer: I love the original Faerie Solitaire. I got it on sale for 99 cents, and I love it enough that twice now I’ve deleted the game file that keeps track of the in-game feats (not the Steam achievements) so that I could have a more legitimate reason to play it more. I’m not nearly as enamored with this version, so I’ll start with the cons.



Real player with 71.3 hrs in game

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I finally decided to give this solitaire game a try after seeing it mentioned as a favorite by users in their reviews of various other solitaire games. I waited for a while to see if it would go on sale, but this apparently has never happened.

Initially, I can see the appeal. In Faerie Solitaire, you collect “eggs” while playing levels, which you can then “hatch.” A creature is then revealed which will grow as you continue to play. Once the creature is “grown,” you can spend a combination of three different resources (also found within the levels) to “evolve” the creature. As far as I can tell, these creatures have no impact at all on completing the game’s solitaire levels – however, they provide an additional progress bar and goal to pursue for players.

Real player with 57.9 hrs in game

Faerie Solitaire Remastered on Steam



A nice concept with good possibilities.

Don’t expect a huge breakthrough in card games here, but the concept is nice and fun to play.

It speaks to the imagination with its atypical resources and cards.

There is no combat. Instead you need to be ruler of as much locations as possible on the map by being the one with the most resources on that location.

Getting resources is easy, you just need a bit of luck with getting a card to be able to own a specific resource. Luck is a factor in this game. When you get other types of cards, they can be ways to frustrate the opponent (AI) by deleting his resources, changing his resources, blocking resources you know he will want to have, etc… so these are other ways to become the major resource holder in a location.

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

Vilundia on Steam

Astral Masters

Astral Masters

One of the first online card games and still very unique and entertaining. Most important features:

  • Game is easy to understand and games don’t take long (though some might, which is also interesting)

  • No endless monetization - you buy it, you have everything.

  • You still have a feeling of progression as with levels you gain more points to increase the power of cards you can have in your deck.

  • Proper drafting experience where you actually have table where people draft from same pool and play against eachother.

Real player with 14.6 hrs in game

This game is amazing!

I love the cards, the synergy, the deckbuilding possibilities. The artstyle is unique and amazing. The gameplay feels a bit off, but once you get used to it, you realize how the game has been built with the “less is more” philosophy in mind.

You have quick duels with pre-made decks. You have “League” mode, which is a tournament versus nine AI opponents, all of which are unique both visually and in gameplay style. Trust me, after the 3-4 league play, you will have distinct favourites and most-hated opponents.

Real player with 13.1 hrs in game

Astral Masters on Steam

Card Crawl

Card Crawl

Card Crawl is a really good casual, card based video game. It’s easy to learn and enjoyable to play. There are two things that make Card Crawl great: First, playing a full game doesn’t take long. A full game averages maybe five minutes. Second, this is a game that is a lot more tame when it comes to the difficulty. This is not another frustrating/rage inducing game. Success in Card Crawl depends on what cards you are dealt, and how you choose to play them. There is some strategy involved and you do have to think about how you want to play your cards. There are also a lot of special ability cards that you can unlock as you continue to play and get better. The game’s randomness with regards to what cards you are dealt, and which special ability cards are also randomly chosen for you, provide tremendous replay value for Card Crawl. There are also extra gamemodes and characters that can be unlocked as well. This is a game that can be enjoyed in both short play sessions and long play sessions. There’s also a mobile version available for Android (on Google Play), and for iOS (on the App Store). Card Crawl is definitely one of the very best card based video games that there is. For a game that costs so little, you get so much in return. Card Crawl is great if you like casual games and/or card games. I highly recommend it!

Real player with 120.9 hrs in game

Very fun, well crafted, simple game hampered by its unnecessarily grindy quest/unlock system.

You play against a random deck drawn from a fixed set of cards 49, and you get to choose 5 “ability” cards to mix in for a total of 54. The ability cards are fun, but you’re heavily reliant upon the luck of when they show up.

You unlock more ability cards with credits you earn as you play. Credits earn decently fast and you can read card descriptions before you pick which one you want to unlock, so earning them is not bad at all.

Real player with 105.8 hrs in game

Card Crawl on Steam

Cards of Patience

Cards of Patience

Great game of Klondike/Patience (sort of) combined with simple random-generated Dungeon-Diving. You get thrown into a Solitaire type game in-progress against an enemy and have to discard from the Line into the Discard Pile all while managing items, potions and spells. Work your way through the dungeon to the boss. Don’t forget to keep upgrading your character after games, with the diamonds, because the bosses are not easy.

Only thing lacking is an in-game-progress Save feature though it does save your character development from game to game.

Real player with 4.5 hrs in game

Solid rogue-lite card game.

You need some braincells to advance in this game - but this is what makes it worthwhile and replayable.


Real player with 2.6 hrs in game

Cards of Patience on Steam

Epic Card Game

Epic Card Game

Extremely interesting gameplay, like a mix between Magic the Gathering and chess, that is, more thinky than MtG and more luck-based than chess. The game is a carbon copy of the physical card game with the same name: Epic Card Game.

The app is made by a small group of people, and it is not perfect by any means, but the gameplay is so rewarding that it is well worth it. I have played at least 1000 games during the alpha testing in the last couple of years, and I look forward to 1000 more.


-free to play

Real player with 4561.5 hrs in game

The game itself is very good. I played with the physical cards before trying out the digital game, so I had some familiarity with the game to start.

There are some significant issues with the digital version. The most annoying of these has to be the time limits. Presumably, they exist so that players can’t just run the clock down when they get mad and lose. However, the time limits are prohibitively low. The first time I did a dark draft, I timed out on the drafting process. The first time I played constructed, I timed out during the game. I just timed out of another match that was pretty even and could have lasted a lot longer. This is coming from somebody who has played the game a fair amount. New players will probably find the time limits even more restrictive, and I can’t see them sticking with the game.

Real player with 56.7 hrs in game

Epic Card Game on Steam

Fantasy Quest Solitaire

Fantasy Quest Solitaire

Fantasy Quest Solitaire is an excellent solitaire game. It is refreshing to play a solitaire game that isn’t a grind fest. There are 100 levels, which is much more pleasurable than playing 200 or even 300 levels! All the achievements are possible without being an agony of playing the game over and over again like Fairie Solitaire.

It was a pleasant surprise to find Match 3, Hidden Object, and Jigsaw puzzle levels in the mix. I estimate about 20 of the 100 levels are of this variety. None of the levels are timed, which is a plus for me. A fun addition was collecting stickers for gold points throughout the game. The sticker drops were random but you will get them all.

Real player with 12.4 hrs in game

Fantasy Quest Solitaire

An enjoyable, if rather easy, version of solitaire with a mixture of mini games and with just 100 levels proves to be shorter than most of the genre.


👍 Relaxing

👍 Nice sounds and visuals

👍Meaningful achievements

👍I liked the fact it was shorter – It didn’t outstay its welcome.


👎 Too easy for seasoned veterans of the genre

First Impressions

Fantasy Quest solitaire proves to be a polished and professional effort with great tunes, visuals and a variety of mini games to keep you busy for 8 hours.

Real player with 7.9 hrs in game

Fantasy Quest Solitaire on Steam

Memory Battle

Memory Battle

Classic and Casual memory game, never get old, it’s fun and improves your memory! Has a nice 2d art. They created a “battle mode” that should be the twist… But tbh, i don’t feel like it have any “real twists”, almost same as classic mode but can take longer, and the board gets a bit easier since it gets divided between shield/sword cards, so you know what you’re looking for more easily.

So far you can play 1v1’s on local and it has remote play steam support, which is awesome, but a direct multiplayer and increased player cap (for classic) would be welcome. Also you can fight AI in three difficult settings (ez,normal,hard).

Real player with 10.8 hrs in game

You’ve played memory before, right? Find the cards that match… Use the pairs as attack and defence in a fight. DLC for different cards. Can be solo, but it’s really better played 2player VS

Real player with 1.7 hrs in game

Memory Battle on Steam