The game is more about luck eg. my opponent had 3 cards and me just one , after he kill my card my next drop was a ship card with many soldier cards so i dominated him since i had level and gems and i was able to fill up the table with cards and win:) another game i managed to buff a card from 3 to 10 and the enemy has a spell wich can capture my card and use it on his side , another game i use the spell: i captured the highest card the enemy had and after i got another spell to redraw cards from boneyard so i captured another high card again :) … it is just bs and luck in the first case didn’t win since i wasted to much on that card the enemy got a ultimate card and my next drops were shit in the second scenario i win even against the enemy who ca copy the skill of any card yet another bs card :)) , bs cards that can kill you on their first attack , additional moves that can stack :) Every faction has similar overpowered cards so it’s balanced. Artifacts are again about luck and are way to over powered , basicly you can win just by stacking artifacts and do automatic damage to the enemy , in my opinion only two artifacts at a time should be activeand if you want more you can but you got to burn mana and gems and for auto damage artifacts once you destroy the artifact the enemy should recive a procent of the damage dealt by the artifact so it’s fair and balanced .The durability gain when your constrcts die is way to overpowered , in my opinion the damage should be dealt to all the artifacts not just one , after mid game if you have more then 3 artifacts the game is just stacking contructs and wait for a better cards . The Matryoshka artifact is bs with low mana and gem cost and durability 10 lolz it removes the skill from the game , the same as many artifacts. Played against a dude with 75 cards deck and he beat me only because he was lucky and got artifacts who can attack my minions and reduce their hp/attack so with no artifact remove cards it’s a 100% lose since he spammed constructs and also my artifact didn’t drop all game so this is again about luck and unbalanced.

Real player with 504.4 hrs in game

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as far as imaginary cardgames go, Mythgard hits all the right notes:

  • cards are acquired in more different ways than I have ever seen in any CCG: 3 cards/day for playing; 1+ cards for completing each of the~20ish story episodes so far; ~30 packs are available through promo codes; you can uncraft and craft cards into Essence currency, including Wild cards which can be crafted into any card of a certain set, colour, and rarity; Silver currency is awarded for playing matches and completing rerollable missions, I find I can quite easily earn 2 packs a day this way; Maat currency is awarded for GGing opponents in matches; and this technically doesn’t GIVE YOU cards, but there are several play modes where you can “borrow” cards and deck lists to check out what you might enjoy playing. Unlike other CCGs, it seems like Mythgard really wants you to play it!

Real player with 476.8 hrs in game

Mythgard on Steam



If you’re looking for an alternative for UNO, look no further this game is it what you want and way more interesting, with more option for multiplayers (up to 8).

Give love to the dev of this game he deserves it!! This game need to be lifted from “profile features Limited” 3 3

Real player with 18.1 hrs in game

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Fast and Clean! since Ubisoft UNO is really bad at handling multiplayer, this game become our game to play while chatting in my group. Really quick to set a game up and play.

Real player with 8.9 hrs in game

Quin on Steam



I have been playing digital card games all my life and I now have almost 200 hours in Manarocks. I’ve seen it evolve from what it was in the beginning and have been able to track the process of it as well as see how everything has been handled - allowing me to predict how things will be handled and how things may change in the future.


*** Completely free to play.** There is no store, you earn cards through playing. You do earn the cards faster if you buy the Mana pass, but getting good cards is easy even without paying, since there aren’t all that many bad ones.

Real player with 333.8 hrs in game

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I initially started playing Manarocks in beta, & 2 months in I am hooked. The game feels a lot like Hearthstone, but the diversity of deck structuring allows for the inclusion of any card in any deck. This could be both a good and bad thing, as the element of surprise is always advantageous, but causes some cards to become staples in the majority of decks (incinerator, doom, king jari). The business model they have adopted is what initially compelled me to try the game out ($10 for faster levelling & cosmetics & an entirely new set of cards to unlock every season), but the dev team’s dedication to feedback is what has kept me. Since obtaining the full collection a couple weeks ago (250-300 2v2 games in practice mode, 45-50 hrs of gameplay), they have increased the pace at which you level up & unlock cards & added handfulls of quality of life improvements such as speeding up all animations, adding more ladder tiers, and increasing xp gain when you partner up with a friend in 2v2. In the discord, devs respond to players within a couple hours, answering questions, helping to fix bugs, & responding to every single individual’s feedback. In the future, I’d like to see more variety in card abilities & board synergy. Currently, there are about 20 cards with unique abilities, and the majority of those unique abilities revolve around hard control or “stopping play” (take another turn, all cards cost 2x, destroy all mana). I have a lot of faith in the future of this game, & I’d recommend it to anyone who is sick and tired of paygates and/or playgates in vCCG games!

Real player with 263.3 hrs in game

ManaRocks on Steam



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

draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4, draw 4,

Real player with 13.4 hrs in game

UNO on Steam



abi karakterlerde arkaya vurmada olsun artik arkaya vurmadigi icin base batlatliyolar bide report yeri ve oneri yeri koyda onerileri sorunlari yazalim can felan verdigmizde donuyor rakibi kendimize cekdigmizde donuyor. bunun gibi sorunlar var

Real player with 10.5 hrs in game

dümdüz çöp

oynanış hiç akıcı değil

kart oyunlarının en önemli özelliği olan deste yapmak için yeterli sayıda kart yok vede olan kartların hepside birbirinin sadece stat değişmiş hali olduğu için farklı bir oynama stili yok

neredeyse her kartın yeteneği sadece önüne doğru saldırıyor dolayısıyla oyun çok sık kitleniyor

şans içeren birşey yok

pozitif oy verenler hayatında kart oyunu oynamamışlar

Real player with 3.1 hrs in game

Hobs on Steam

Sentinels of the Multiverse

Sentinels of the Multiverse


Sentinels of the Multiverse is a turn based cooperative card game for 3-5 heroes (Can be played solo as one player controls from 3-5 heroes). You gather your team and embark on a specific location to defeat the big bad villain. Each character you choose have their own personal unique deck that comes with them. The villain also has a uniquie deck and the enviroment you play also has a unique deck! The basic game comes with about 10 distinct heroes, inspired by some iconic comic superheroes of our times, withought ever being way too similar. The game flow is simple yet captivating, with the just right amount of suspence and amazing teamwork and synergy amongst your champions!

Real player with 341.2 hrs in game

If you are a comic book fan like me, there’s a lot to love about Sentinels of the Multiverse.

It is the digital version of a tabletop card game, where each character and environment is a fixed deck of cards.

There’s a lot of variety here, different heroes with backstories and themes that remind you of famous DC or Marvel characters, many variants of those heroes that unlock after certain conditions are met. These are really fun to accomplish and sort of introduce you more and more to the lore of this universe.

Real player with 184.8 hrs in game

Sentinels of the Multiverse on Steam

Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links

I have put a lot of thought to what I would give this game. From about 2500+ hours worth of play I will say that I WOULD RECOMMEND AND NOT RECOMMEND this game to others. I wish there was a neutral choice when it comes to reviews.


The overall game has the different faces of NOSTALGIA; the anime, the TCG and the OCG before newer summoning conditions and cards were introduced. The format is a bit different but its EASY to catch on. Reliving the past life of Yugioh! gave me vibes and had my attention. There are even WEBSITES and DISCORD CHANNELS that are available for ADVICE and STRUCTURE build decks to go for KOG (King of Games). Duel Links not only provides PvP around the world, but the game launches weekly (or 2 week) PvE events that are helpful to receive new cards or obtain in-game currency. Gold, Jewels, Skill Chips, Keys. Those items can be used in exchange of new cards or skills from the card trader( when you level up at a certain level), which is very useful for newer duelists. I really do like the addition of skill chips because it would take awhile for me to obtain every skill form every duelist. Though it is still slow, it still helps out. The one thing I believe we care about most are the GEMS! Whenever its winning a duel from PvP, a new box is released, an apology notice, PvE events or any special occasion days we are happy to receive gems. These gems are used for purchasing packs(packs of 3 cards, excluding selection boxes) from set boxes.I believe this year Konami decided to decrease the gem value given to duelists, that way everyone would have to play much more than before, but also for something else (Will get back to). Basically, WE ARE GETTING SOMETHING NEW each week or any other day whenever we initiate Links. Konami may not give out the exact things we want, but AT LEAST THEY ARE ACTIVE and provide new or some content. If I were to persuade or meet any friends to play Yugioh Duel Links, that be wonderful! For newer duelists that like Yugioh! and is curious about Duel Links, I say give it a try and DECIDE if this is your type of game.

Real player with 4088.8 hrs in game

I’ve played over 4000 duels on the mobile version as I’m writing this, and I’m sure I have at least a few hundred hours invested into this game. I enjoy playing this game a lot, and I’ll explain why this game is worth my time here.

For a lot of Yu-Gi-Oh veterans like myself, the newer, flashier, modern TCG is too fast and lacks strategic depth. Synchro summoning may be passable for some, but XYZ, Pendulum, and now Link summoning is… weird. We miss Tribute and Ritual summoning, and we enjoy the slower format of the game.

Real player with 1424.1 hrs in game

Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links on Steam

Dresden Files Cooperative Card Game

Dresden Files Cooperative Card Game

Dresden Files Cooperative Card Game is set in the Dresden Files universe, with characters and plot mechanics from the books becoming cards that work for or against you. Each book is its own set of obstacles, advantages, foes and cases that become the board that Dresden and his allies try to overcome.

If you are the kind of player that runs away from a challenge because of a bloody nose, Dresden Files is not for you. You will lose in the beginning, a lot. I know I did. To win takes elements of both skill and luck, like any other game with cards and dice. However, it seems the more I play, the luckier I get … hmm, that could be the skill factor of being able to recognize the better plays to make and better risks to take.

Real player with 371.4 hrs in game

This is very much a Marmite game, you’ll either love it or hate it with equal measure. For me its a winner, a game I can turn on anytime I have a few minutes to kill and don’t want to be bogged down in something more involved. and if you’ve played this game in its real world form you’ll appreciate all the Automation this digital rendition brings.

Pros: Its nicely put together and contains all the characters a Harry Dresden fan could wish for the mechanics of the card battles are easy to learn but difficult to really master which makes each victory one to be savored.

Real player with 192.8 hrs in game

Dresden Files Cooperative Card Game on Steam

Clash of Legions

Clash of Legions

Not a terribly sophisticated game…easy to play…easy to understand…easy to spend money. If you want to play a quick, fun, and low level of intensity game this is the one that fits the bill.

Real player with 119.6 hrs in game

64 hours an frustrated. I love this style of game and when this one works its really fun. However do not spend money on any rubies. Actually don’t spend any of the rubies you earn right now. So much of this game is broken in a horrid way. The pet shop doesn’t work at all but it will take your 200 rubies or 50000 gold every time you try it. I lost 150k/600 rubies testing this. Thats 3 REAL DOLLARS of in game currency. The honor store doesn’t work. You grind pvp battles to earn enough points and then can’t do nothing with it. You grind MP Dungeons and get lucky picks then you just don’t get the rewards. Packs cost to much for what you get. I opened 10 packs at once 3 times with rubies. ONE ORANGE PER 10 PACKS! THAT’S $21 REAL DOLLARS WORTH! The creators carbon copied a super fun game from Kongregate and are now using it to rob fokes. This is a FULL RELEASE! How is that even possible. It should be early access with 0 pay features. Y’all owe me actual paper fools. Just gonna take my rubies and dip wit the package. Y’all should be ashamed of yourselves. Did I forget to mention the devs don’t exist. 0 contact with players and no way to complain. I wanted this game to do well but it flopped all over my face. if the Devs exist y’all got some serious butt to kiss. Its to late for me. I’m in way to deep already. If you want to save yourself DO NOT JUMP DOWN THIS HOLE! Its a cold hole.

Real player with 116.5 hrs in game

Clash of Legions on Steam

Dead Exit

Dead Exit

Received a steam key for Dead Exit from DadsGamingAddiction after his gameplay video and I gotta say, Well done devs! Well done indeed!.

TLDR; Worth it.


A thoughtful, strategic card game that I’ve enjoyed and am sure others will as well. This game has provided plenty of hours of fun and will most definitely provide even more, especially if you’re a completionist and you’re the type to strive for achievements.

I’ve still yet figured out a strategy for Impossible mode, (and admittedly have pulled out many hairs along the way), although trying to come up with working combos from the cards you were dealt with is quite enjoyable! The deck in your hand, city and discard pile are constantly changing via your choices and/or RNG so having a specific set way of beating the other modes doesn’t always apply.

Real player with 29.2 hrs in game

Dead Exit is a tactical card game, with zombies.

It can be played single player or multiplayer (online and local).

However you are playing, the basics remain the same. You must defend your base from zombies, trying to stockpile enough resources to escape before you are overrun. You get 3 actions per turn, which may seem like plenty but will soon run out. You can play survivor and vehicle cards inside or outside your base, or even sacrifice them for different results. These cards remain in play (unless killed / stolen / etc) so can be used again and again. For example, you’ve played a survivor to kill an undead that was outside your base. Want to do the same again next turn? You can but returning the card to your hand before playing it again has used up 2 out of 3 actions for your turn, so you’d better know what you plan to do next. You can use an action to draw a face down card, but doing so will bring a dead along with it. Other cards can be played as one use only action cards, getting to retrieve a card from the trash or revealing a face down card etc.

Real player with 11.5 hrs in game

Dead Exit on Steam