Atlantic Quest Solitaire

Atlantic Quest Solitaire

gets repetitive quick and not much to it. basic solitaire here. nothing too special.

Real player with 17.9 hrs in game

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very short game disappointing

Real player with 6.6 hrs in game

Atlantic Quest Solitaire on Steam

Cabals: Card Blitz

Cabals: Card Blitz

Well, I have had many hours of fun trying to level up in this groovy title.

I just ran out of content upon reaching rank II.

There is strategy, and nail-biting, edge of your couch moments, and

there are times you take a break and play something else while you let

your high levels take time to level.

Looking forward to my first card over the monumental level 10 but

will wait for new content that is promised. With NO real end…

there isn’t a lot of drive to carry on at the moment.

BobMan’s Final verdit:

Real player with 464.4 hrs in game

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I’m currently #4 on the worldwide PvP ladder in this game.

As you can see by my time spent in this game, I really tried to like it. It’s a fun browser game concept.

BUT you asked for $$$ after essentially everything you do. You can still have fun, but it’s God damn annoying.

Which would be something I could life with, if this game was more than a cash in.

There’s so much wrong:

  • At some point PvE simply ends. You LITERALLY can’t fight a single battle anymore.

  • You can only fight 5 PvP battles/ hours without paying $$$

Real player with 356.3 hrs in game

Cabals: Card Blitz on Steam

Fantasy Memory Card Game

Fantasy Memory Card Game

Finding pairs might sound easy, but this game will definitely challenge your brain!

Train your memory, concentration, accuracy, attention, the speed of thinking and logic skills and much more. This game is a great way to exercise your memory and keep your brain fit!

✔ Play by making matches of cards

✔ 4 game modes

✔ Simple and easy-to-master interface

✔ Colorful HD graphic

✔ Visual memory training

✔ Improve memory skills

How to play?

For each level, player is required to tap the square buttons and need to memorize what is behind it in order to match its couple. It is a single player game, but it can be played by two or more players. Players can compete with others or with their own record. It has time counting.

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Fantasy Memory Card Game on Steam

System Crash

System Crash

System Crash is a strategic story-rich cyberpunk card game both developed and published by Rogue Moon Studios. Set in the not too distant future this is a story of intrigue, corporate espionage and cyberwarfare. Being a runner is a good, if not dangerous, career choice but after a mission in Berlin goes horribly bad you spend the next couple of months forcibly globetrotting while on the run from Corporate assassins intent on killing you. Eventually evading the pursuers you finally end up back in the “Sprawl”, a.k.a. San Angeles, down on your luck and looking to make some much needed credits. But a runner without a console can’t get any credits so after forging a deal with a local loan shark and finally getting your hands on some black market cyberware you hastily start down your road to redemption. A road that will take you through the darkest most dangerous places in both cyberspace and the real world…JACK IN!!!

Real player with 49.5 hrs in game

I really love this game.

System Crash is a single-player deckbuilder set in a cyberpunk-style universe. Battles unfold as a number of 1-vs-1 card-based duels over the course of the campaign. The campaign follows a comfortably generic story about hackers and back-alley doctors and shady corporations. There’s a very home-brew feel to the game in general, like it was cobbled together out of assets that were sitting around on a shelf in a garage somewhere.

Despite this, the card-battle system at the heart of System Crash is fantastic. It is extremely easy to pick up, but is highly addictive.

Real player with 48.8 hrs in game

System Crash on Steam

Klondike Solitaire Kings

Klondike Solitaire Kings


Real player with 5.0 hrs in game

No option for changing the background which is unfortunate because the default really sucks. It’s so busy that I have problems seeing the cards easily. The choice of card backgrounds is very limited all of which are the same type artwork.

Real player with 1.4 hrs in game

Klondike Solitaire Kings on Steam

Jewels of the Mysterious Woodland

Jewels of the Mysterious Woodland

Overall: Eh.

I bought this because I’m struggling to find simple games on Steam that don’t try to incorporate story elements or other types of gameplay.

This game is fine, it’s simple and straightforward. It doesn’t bother trying to shoehorn in some adventure.


It’s hard to figure out what everything does, how a level ends, and I didn’t realise it was even timed until the 5th time the game just stopped and told me that I had lost.

Real player with 15.6 hrs in game

Unsatisfying experience.

Bad game design.

Poor controls.

Annoying sound effects.

Many beautiful pictures and meditative music but it doesn’t save the day.

Real player with 7.1 hrs in game

Jewels of the Mysterious Woodland on Steam

Doodle God

Doodle God

I became interested in Doodle God because of my job. I figured any game that could keep a special needs child entertained and quiet (and not poking his neighboring van mates) during an hour long ride home AFTER being cooped up in school all day had to be worth looking into. The game is certainly mind absorbing, with all the combinations of “elements” that can be combined in the main game alone (249 total). Now add to that all the other “mini” games that can be played. Hours of entertainment, or at least mind absorbing nullness.

Real player with 19.6 hrs in game

Every now and then a mobile developer tries to take their successful, beloved mobile game and bring it to a more traditional gaming platform. These efforts always result in dumpster fires of failure. It isn’t that mobile games are necessarily worse than their more traditional counterparts, just that different audiences expect differetn things from their gaming experience. People that want to waste a couple of minutes on the ride to work aren’t going to want the same exact thing when they actually sit down and play something in their own free time, and Doodle God is just the latest example of that.

Real player with 19.5 hrs in game

Doodle God on Steam

Weapon and Armor: Mahjong

Weapon and Armor: Mahjong

Yep. This is Mahjong.

Real player with 7.1 hrs in game


Real player with 4.2 hrs in game

Weapon and Armor: Mahjong on Steam