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

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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

Governor of Poker 3

Governor of Poker 3

As a poker game goes it has it all. + Some blackjack. Collecting hats ,badges ( i don’t need no stinking Badges) Coins etc all adds to it. Wasted many hours. My only down side is The amount of people who just throw in all the chips every hand.

but once you weed them out the game you find some damn good Players who just want to have fun.

If you like poker but dont want to use real cash This is as close as it gets. and if you do run out of Free chips . you can allways buy a few more. or wait for a free roll to come around every 4 hours.

Real player with 1845.3 hrs in game

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GOP3 is a multiplayer poker game. They have a nice BlackJack table and a Slotmachime just to make you spend your chips. Another pay to win game. But its not bad, you can spend $10 on a HAT! there are hundreds of them. Like Im gonna wake up on a sunday morning and think…. I should spend $100 on HATS to play a poker game. YAY….awful. despicable.

Real player with 328.4 hrs in game

Governor of Poker 3 on Steam

Mighty Party

Mighty Party

So long story short: Stay as far away as you can. All the devs care for is quick ways to grab money. The recent “fixes” all did one thing- they made the game harder and impossible for anyone not spending a fortune (and I’m talking 5 digits here) in the long term. You will have some early success and than you will hit a brick wall, that gets higher and higher and higher.

When I started the game, it was already pay to win, but in a fair kind of way. You had lots of activities to participate in- sure without spending reaching the top is nearly impossible, but you could enjoy the game.

Real player with 5408.6 hrs in game

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If you want to play the game, do so on the Kongregate website. (I am not discussing the P2W aspect here).

I have 2 accounts, Steam and Kongregate, I started both on the same day, both are Rank 45 and League 13, I have spent equal ammount of money on both. The ammount of rewards, events and deals the Kongregate account gets compared to the Steam account is ridiculous!

The Kongregate Account got 4 days ago the “incredible summon” event, buy 10 chests and you get a legendary chest (containing best cards in game) for free, today again the same event. The Steam account didn’t get such an event at all.

Real player with 3438.9 hrs in game

Mighty Party 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

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Real player with 13.4 hrs in game

UNO on Steam

Werewolves Online

Werewolves Online

Plays like the movie series but the community is not english?

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

Werewolves Online on Steam

Gremlins, Inc. – Card Game

Gremlins, Inc. – Card Game

This original digital card game offers intense sessions for 2 to 6 players. At the core of gameplay lie two key mechanics: “hand management” and “take that”.


The game is set in the world of corrupt capitalist gremlins of the future, the setting that’s already familiar to the tabletop community from the digital board game Gremlins, Inc. .

This card game is a standalone game with its own original set of rules and mechanics, and does not require ownership or previous experience with the previously released digital board game.


The sessions are played for score and for rounds. The player with the highest score at the end of the session wins. Build temporary and permanent projects, play instant action cards and camouflage your plans from the opponents while preparing your attacks.


The sessions typically last between 20 and 60 minutes. The game supports single-player and multiplayer modes, including peer to peer sessions as well as games played on the official servers, and allows to play with different decks.


Before we set to make it into a digital game, this project existed as a real-life card game enjoyed around the world in 6 languages.


We release this card game under the Early Access program as we’ll be expanding and modifying it based on the community feedback. The roadmap includes such features as team mode, ranked sessions and the support of Steam Workshop.

Gremlins, Inc. – Card Game on Steam

Republic of Jungle

Republic of Jungle

In Republic of Jungle, 5- 10 players role-play as the advisors of President Puma. His Loyalists try to form commissions to deal with scandals, but a few Leakers among them are trying to sneak into commissions and leak the scandals to Fiona Fox.

**Who do you trust to put on your commission?

How do you convince others you are not a Leaker?**

Running party games can be hard.

Rulebooks, long setups, and your friends' attention deficit doesn’t help.

With Republic of Jungle, you can get games started quickly and let the game handle all the moderation. We make it easy to join, get going, and learn as you play. The guided experience makes the game accessible to players of all skill levels. The novel mechanics add a new depth of skills to master. The continuous action creates a more immersive, intuitive and dynamic social deduction experience.

We make information easy to digest and distribute, so you can focus on making interesting gameplay decisions. This helps new players to learn faster, and helps experienced players to act faster. So, a wide range of people with different skill levels can enjoy the game.

Entertain your friends at your house, play remotely with your online pals, or host a DIY game show for your stream audience. No matter where your community loves to hang out, you can take our game there to have fun. You don’t have to be a player to have fun. The audience portal will let you be a part of the game and enjoy a different flavor of its fun as a viewer.

The best way to learn Republic of Jungle is to gather your friends and jump right in. We have designed the game with simplicity and accessibility in mind, so you can easily learn the game as you play. Don’t start your game night with long setups and reading rulebooks. Jump right in, make small mistakes, and have fun learning. Most players get the rules after finishing one or two games. For more information visit RepublicOfJungle.com

  • Win by delivering 3 tasks confidentially, and protect the identity of the Agent (if any) from Leakers

  • Vote wisely to keep the Leakers out of the task forces

  • Use deductive reasoning based on task results and voting patterns

  • Read other players for any suspicious or inconsistent behavior

  • Use special power drops to discover or share information

  • Guide other Loyalists without giving away sensitive information

  • Win by leaking 3 tasks, or discover the identity of the Agent (if any)

  • Leak confidential information and frame Loyalists for it

  • Convince other Loyalists that you are on their side

  • Pay attention to conversations to detect the Agent (if any)

  • Coordinate with other Leakers to give minimum information to Loyalists

  • Beware of special powers and take advantage of Loyalists mistakes

Do you love social deduction games like Mafia, Werewolf, The Resistance and Secret Hitler? We do too! But we noticed some shortcomings in the genre. They are sometimes hard to set up and inconvenient to play. Some games need too much room or a big table, some require a moderator with godlike precision, some require to close your eyes for minutes, and quite often the game is ruined because someone forgot to do their part correctly or a newbie player asked the wrong question and revealed their secret. We have built Republic of Jungle to address to these issues and distill the fun of social deduction games into a more enjoyable and convenient experience. Inspired by Jackbox Games, we have built a platform where players can use their smartphones (or any device with a browser) to play the game. This way, the game does all the moderation for you, guides the players throughout the game and adds a fun narrative on top. More importantly, we have unique mechanics specific to this platform because they are almost impossible to implement in a traditional tabletop setting.

Republic of Jungle on Steam

Stolen Crown

Stolen Crown

Assume the role of a prince who has been exiled from his home after his father was struck down. Adventure through the realm, encountering dangerous foes, forgotten dungeons, and unlikely allies. Gather powerful new tools to defeat the usurper who stole your throne, and reclaim the crown that is your birthright!


  • Deck Building: As you adventure through four distinct zones, you’ll earn cards from combat, dungeons, and encounters. Pick and choose cards to create a deck unique to your playthrough!

  • Dialogue Encounters: Take part in branching dialogue encounters where you can tell your own story. Whether you choose to play the role of a benevolent hero or a greedy villain, each set of choices leads to a different outcome.

  • Companions: Recruit companions to join you on your quest to reclaim the throne. As you level up your party, equip your companions with new abilities to dominate the battlefield.

  • Relics: Relics are powerful objects that grant boons or change the flow of battle. As you make your way through the realm, you’ll come across these relics and experience their unique effects.

Stolen Crown comes with:

  • Three distinct classes

  • 120+ cards

  • 60+ abilities

  • 60+ relics

  • 4 zones with unique enemies

Stolen Crown on Steam

The Corpsmen

The Corpsmen

Unless you have a passion for making an ultimate abomination, the content of this game, at the moment, only amounts to 2 hours tops.

Game got great concept and a very solid core, but very messy in many ways. Bugs, crashes, lags. Afaik the devs are aware of the bugs and UI issues, so it should be fixed eventually, but for now, if you can’t stand “true” early access games, I’d say you wishlish this and wait. “True” early access as in, it really is an early access game, unlike many modern games where it’s pretty much complete but they just put the early access tag there as an excuse in case anything goes wrong, this game really is in early access state where the game pretty much is incomplete, but out there early so people can test it out.

Real player with 33.8 hrs in game

Warning before I post this. This game is still in development, and as such has some issues. That being said it just had a huge update, and a rather riveting beta phase for such an update. The development team seems to be paying attention to the forums and are able and willing to answer questions, even inane ones like that kind I ask.

They are working hard on fixing the bugs and issues, even at this current moment as I type this up.

That being said, I do recommend this game.

I should go over it, so here I go.

Real player with 33.3 hrs in game

The Corpsmen on Steam

FAWE: Enchanted Forest

FAWE: Enchanted Forest

FAWE: Enchanted Forest - board card game about mystical forest where magic has been saved.

Fight 3 or 4 Players in FFA or Teamplay mode on 1 Board with unlimited amount of Cards of 5 types - 4 Base Cards and 1 Super Card. Every Card has Attack and Defense and gives Buffs and Debuffs. In addition Super Card gives you ability to Upskill.

FAWE: Enchanted Forest on Steam