MIYAMOTO is a single player card game with a miniature board.

Game art is simple and oriental world with Samurai.

Open the box of the board game and you will be dive into a world of miniatures!

The important tactics is"when" and “where” and “which” play your card.

Random deck on each battles will not promise their results, It’s up to your tactics.

Collect unique heroes and defeat MIYAMOTO.

MIYAMOTO S includes the extended content “Shiba Inu”.

New units including “Shiba Inu” have been added.

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Smash Up

Smash Up

If you like the card game you will probaly like this game as well. It is a great “port” and the artwork is beautiful as always. I really hope the developers keep adding expansions. At the moment only the base game and awesome level 9000 are included. Please give me my sharknado!

The AI is pretty good and can be quite challenging to everyone but really experienced players. But it is of course way more fun to play other people and I hope this game grows so you can just queue up for a game.

If a developer randomly reads this I have some suggestions for UI improvements:

Real player with 213.9 hrs in game

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Smash Up is an excellent card game, and the digital version is fun, but imperfect. The bot AI strikes a nice balance between competence and efficiency, leading to challenging but not impossible games without the frustrating wait times for AI pondering that some other games suffer from.

The UI design prioritizes streamlined gameplay over clarity, so it takes some getting used to to understand what’s going on. It also is not a 100% bug-free game. Both of these issues are manageable, but definitely take some getting used to… don’t turn off the Proceed button, make sure to check the log if something happens you don’t understand, keep an eye on the scrolling text at the bottom of the screen, quit+save+restart+continue if a technical glitch occurs, and if all else fails, ask for help in the forums.

Real player with 46.9 hrs in game

Smash Up on Steam

Spellsword Cards: Demontide

Spellsword Cards: Demontide

It’s not finished so maybe this review is not fair but it’s not in early access.

I finished only the 1st chapter because the 2nd is not done.


  • creative monsters, unqiue enemies

  • long campaign (example: longer than the Northmark’s campaign)

  • autonavigation in quest menu

  • some art is nice

  • gauntlet / puzzles minigames


  • the campaign is not polished

I couldn’t finish the 1rst chapter when my hero was a warrior because I couldn’t defeat two monsters (stirred up & in flight),

and I don’t like the slow grind (job board)

Real player with 22.3 hrs in game

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Sometimes I think what’s happening with Steam and why there are so many negatives. One reviewer says that ‘it needs a pass over with someone who understands card games’. Really, mate? Dev has just designed the whole card system and is good at it. Dev is often active and updates the game, but it seems that you want to push him away.

The game is good, it has a really interesting character development, cool story and well-designed battles in which you have to tune your deck. It is a deep system, not crossing the line of ‘read the fine print’, check the guide here to see it yourself:

Real player with 12.0 hrs in game

Spellsword Cards: Demontide on Steam

Spellsword Cards: Origins

Spellsword Cards: Origins

So I read through a few of the other reviews and I can see how some may find it negative. No it is NOT flashy and doesn’t have ‘interesting’ characters, but to be honest, it’s kinda refreshing. I’m an old school gamer and I’ve played Many card games, rpgs, whatever and I have to admit I’m addicted to this for some reason. I’m determined to beat the stupid lich with all my characters if possible. That being said, it’s also VERY frustrating and will P1ss you off many times! The cards are a bit unbalanced, for example I’ve reached the lich with no access to mana or healing cards depending on who I choose. This makes it a bit unfair, as well as not being able to meet the boss with a full health. No matter how hard I try to finish the previous battle with as high health as possible, it just doesn’t cut it. There was one game I used to play a lot, had over 400 hours until some new dev, crappy pants, redid the whole thing and made it vegas like…I truly hope these devs Don’t do that to this game at all! It’s a game unto itself and Yes it Does need work but it can be challenging and fun if you know how to use the cards given to you. I noticed the new game from these makers and I wanted to give it a shot thinking it would be similar to this style, but I think they already headed to the slot machines….

Real player with 170.1 hrs in game

An interesting take on Card Game / RPG / Roguelike hybrid. I like the mechanic of dumping cards to the discard pile to gain extra action points (earned quite a few 1 turn kill combos that way). I do like the card combinations and various synergies thus far, and I due appreciate the card upgrades system as well.

EDIT: Some previously written issues turned out to be user error, and thus deleted that portion of the commentary above. Other than that, the above aforementioned is exactly the same prior to the deleted, and erroneous (on my part again, sigh) critique.

Real player with 26.8 hrs in game

Spellsword Cards: Origins on Steam

Pixel Puzzles Illustrations & Anime

Pixel Puzzles Illustrations & Anime

A grudging thumbs up. It uses the same engine as the other Pixel Puzzles games since Ultimate, with the same flaws - dumps all unplaced pieces when you leave the game, problems picking from the “pond”, pieces don’t stick together but only in place - and the selection of free packs is a bit sparse; but it’s puzzles, about every month they throw a freebie at you, and the pictures are nice.

Real player with 68.3 hrs in game

I downloaded this game and another jigsaw game on the day of release. I did not expect to like this game because the images are all paintings whereas I prefer photographs. When I started I could not find any option to autosort the border pieces or turn all the pieces the right way up. The other game had all these things.

However I’ve only played the other came for a couple of hours and I have genuinely played this for twenty-seven. Once I started I reasoned that a real jigsaw does not have these aids and I got stuck in. So far I have completed just one of the free puzzles, half of a Flash puzzle that timed out on me and half of the current Flash puzzle and I am really enjoying it.

Real player with 47.1 hrs in game

Pixel Puzzles Illustrations & Anime on Steam