Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Champions

Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Champions

Genre - Warhammer Fantasy CCG

I have played quiet a few card games in my advanced years both digitally and in the real world. I am also a huge fan of the Warhammer universe, but more so the old world. I mean what the heck is an Orruk or a Grot?

I bought some packs of the physical game first and played a bit on my android phone. I found it quite difficult to work out the game mechanics and the user interface was a bit busy for a small screen. So I only played a few quick games.

Once I saw it was on Steam I thought I’d give it another go, especially as it allows you to link your android account and has sought after achievements you either love or hate.

Real player with 90.5 hrs in game

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If you like Magic the gathering, there are a bunch of Magic TCGs on here, go play any one of them.

If you’re looking for something new and different… Go play Hex. Hex has really interesting PvE options, and a lot of different features that kept me interested for quite a while.

If you’re looking for something new that isn’t magic, and Hex isn’t doing it for you either, I’d recommend one of the Yu-gi-oh games, or hearthstone, or god, anything other than this.

It’s interesting at first, utilizing a mechanic involving the cards having values at each corner and being rotated each turn. If you enjoy card games, you will most likely enjoy this as much as any other.

Real player with 74.8 hrs in game

Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Champions on Steam



This game bring me back the nostalgia of Box Head

Real player with 9.2 hrs in game

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Fun game with a cleverly devised difficulty curve. Easy to get started, yet not trivial to complete. The deck building aspect and different characters allow to adjust for individual play style quite well and card combinations in-game can lead to quite some entertaining effects!

Real player with 3.6 hrs in game

ACardShooter on Steam

Z. Year One

Z. Year One

Short version:

Besides the initial (at times very frustrating) hour or so, I have found this game extremely fun to play. It’s a decent challenge, looks incredible and the developers are very responsive and diligent at tackling bugs. It is a gem of a game that has production values and mechanics on par with the elite digital card games out there, but which will cost you a fraction of the price to remain forever competitive.


  • Looks great!

  • Unique location mechanics, card abilities and strategies versus other digital card games.

Real player with 23.4 hrs in game

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Great card game, lots of promise for the future. Good concept, good photo artwork, fun to play even when you lose. Still a bit of work to do, could benefit from a lot more locations and location specific event cards but looking forward to seeing how it turns out when it’s finished.

Will kill Zombies and get disapproving looks from partner for having an all female deck again…..

(Addition) After a few more updates since first posting this review you can tell how committed the team are to producing a decent game. Hats off to them for all the hard work. The decision to put a pricetag on the game and giving booster packs to unlock cards through gameplay is a much better idea than a f2p version, the game is worth it.

Real player with 18.9 hrs in game

Z. Year One on Steam



Chaincards is a JRPG where you play as Chain, a young wizard whose goal is to find out his master’s magic notes to reveal the secrets behind his mysterious death. Search powerful spells exploring dungeons. Learn how to control them and unleash the power of magic cards to fight demons and evil magicians. Unveil the truth.

Chaincards on Steam



Ignore the mixed reviews. It’s not a bad game when you play with your friends. Quite brutal tho. Funny when you see your buddy looking out the window when they can’t beat your card. Would be nice if that hit man looking dude would play his guitar while playing cards. He may be an evil dude but, he does know how to play that guitar.

Does have a bit of buggs, mainly for the person joining the game.

Real player with 2.4 hrs in game


You play as an unkwon character on an train. Your sitting at a table with a masked dealer standnig by your side ready to deal whatever damage of the cards you have chosen for you or your opponent. Theres one opponent across the table of you and you must play a deadly card game to earn your life. You and your oppenent have someone elses face stitched you yours and your mouths sown shut! The cards your dealt, deliver the amount of damage you or the other player will take from the dealer. Fight for your life in this card game of torture.

Real player with 1.9 hrs in game

LINCH on Steam

Martial Arts Brutality Premium

Martial Arts Brutality Premium

I didn’t expect the combat to be as fun as it is given how this game is like hearthstone x shadow fight and the soundtrack helps get your blood pumping if kicking a guy eight times in the heart and making him go into cardiac arrest isn’t enough for you

also, ninjutsu sucks

Real player with 8.7 hrs in game

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Martial Arts Brutality is a real fun game. It started some time ago on mobile and is a really fun timewaster.

You get a deck of attacks and take turns. Each card has to be executed with a “swipe” in a special pattern. The faster and more accurate the swipe, the better the attack.

On the counter turn, you try block those attacks with swipes against their attacks. All this ends up in a fierce fight. But it is not just 1:1! It’s lots of fighters against lots of fighters.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Martial Arts Brutality Premium on Steam

Eviron’s Chronicles

Eviron’s Chronicles

Changing my review to a thumbs up.

This game should really be labeled as early access as there are many bugs, although not game-breaking or super annoying. Mostly just ui bugs that you can work around. It could use a little more documentation as well.

Other than that this is better than other TCGs, IMO.

You are able to level up your player (not sure what it is good for except you get small rewards when you level up and your level can be seen by other players). You can also level up your general, albeit very slowly. When your general levels up you are able to adjust his health and attack power and also choose is portrait and abilities. You can level up many of your cards as well, with dust. You can get gray dust as rewards for completing adventure matches and colored dust by destroying cards you might have. attained other than by destroying your cards. There are several colors of dust used to level up its corresponding car set, you can use any dust but you don’t get full effect for using dust not made for your set. Lastly, there are rare evolution cards that you may use rainbow tokens to alter their powers. This allows you to spend a little extra energy in a match to change your units abilities.

Real player with 80.9 hrs in game

Generally an OK rpg game with a steep pve difficulty curve for the player. Don’t expect to get a lot of quick victories with starting decks unless you spend a fair amount of money. Should I play? Well if you can tolerate a fair amount of time and limited money then it’s a positive.

Real player with 74.6 hrs in game

Eviron's Chronicles on Steam

Library Of Ruina

Library Of Ruina

This game taught me that if something an enemy uses seems cheesy, simply use it as well and turn the dial to 11. Exploit or die. Use Gebura and Myo’s effect and leave all your worries behind, until Xiao ends you. Coming off of Lobotomy Corp made me predestined to love this game.

10/10, makes me feel like my IQ is room temperature, in Celsius

Real player with 176.7 hrs in game


Library of Ruina is a bookstore the size of a city block–you’ll get lost in it for hours at a time, exploring a bottomless well of new and interesting stories to experience and share.

Review as follows:

I spent 160 hours with this game, but it’s lived rent-free in my head for so much longer. The world and story are evocative, unique, and at times disturbing. But the gameplay is just as unique, you’d be surprised how much changes when you strip the “roguelike” from “roguelike deckbuilder”. There’s depths to this game, and thanks to being singleplayer, it’s an ocean of archetypes and strategies that don’t centralize around a defined “meta” you might find in something like YuGiOh or Hearthstone. It’s all the joy of first discovering Magic the Gathering with friends, except in this case you don’t even need friends!

Real player with 160.0 hrs in game

Library Of Ruina on Steam

Green: An Orc’s Life

Green: An Orc’s Life

The idea is cool and interesting. Rising true orc by selecting cards with events. I loved the variety of events and humor sense. Now I’m sure it’s not easy, but trully challenging and funny to rise my own orc! The gaming design is very unusual, but pretty comfortable to play.

Real player with 19.9 hrs in game

An interesting role-playing game.

You play as an ogre and decide its future.

The game gives you the right to freely choose. I loved the variety of events and the sense of humor.

The game also has artifacts and abilities, as in RPG games.

A very cool idea from the developers and they made a cool project.

Every time, I relax when I play this game. I advise everyone,

who is tired of active games.

Real player with 12.4 hrs in game

Green: An Orc's Life on Steam

Wildemist Isle

Wildemist Isle

Wildemist lsle is a 3D adventure game with card based battles. You are a hero who’s ship has crashed while sailing to the capital. You wake up on this Island that has been covered in a mist for months, but the villagers do not know whats causing it. Due to the protruding stones in the sea and the razor sharp reef no ships can leave nor enter. So for you to get off this island you must discover what is causing the mist and stop it. So you explore the island doing quests for villagers, looking for treasure, solving puzzles and fighting monsters when outside the village. Fights are a card game, your deck of cards is based on your items you have equipped. You can get new items by buying them at the marketplace defeating unique enemies or by exploration. The damage you receive at the end of a fight stays with you unless you can heal before the next fight, so don’t stay out from the village too long or you might not make it back.

  • Island and 2 areas to explore the Mine and Catacombs

  • 15 different enemies and 6 unique ‘boss’ enemies

  • 16 different main weapons, secondary weapons, shields and healing kits

  • 3 unique Puzzles

  • Villager given quests

Wildemist Isle on Steam