10. Mabinogi Duel Following in the pathways that Magic the Gathering paved, Nexon Company’s fantasy-themed card game isn’t that far behind. Boasting a “true trading card game experience,” it puts its own twist on gameplay that might look familiar to players of the Witcher series’ Gwent cardgame. By making the whole deck of twelve cards available at the beginning, Mabinogi makes strategizing for the duel all the more challenging. Shuffle through all of 1000 different card types, and try your hand against the beasts of their story campaign or against players online. A fantasy cardgame that seemlessly blends Asian and Western sensibilities, it has a PlayScore of 9. WWE SuperCard – Multiplayer Card Battle Game While it’s not the most traditional cardgame on this, let’s face it: every franchise has got one and WWE is cashing in. What makes their venture into the genre unique is how it combines the action of the ring with the cardgames’ strategic elements. Round up your favorite wrestling superstars and create the ultimate deck to get that sweet King of the Ring title.
Choose and collect over 250 cards, and pit them against each other in the ultra competitive PvP battles. Step inside the ring and partake in their fast and addictive gameplay. The Hall of Fame awaits you, with a PlayScore of 8. Magic: The Gathering – Puzzle Quest Of course, who could forget one of the most popular trading card series? Except, it looks like, with the folks at D3 Go they’re putting their own spin on their own thing in this hybrid RPG that mixes match-three puzzles with role-playing and the essential cardgame elements.
As usual, craft and build your very own custom deck using their all-new card sets and use your match-three skills to dole out big punches against your opponents. It even lets you recruit the mages and warriors of the MtG lore as your champions. Level up your decks and your planeswalkers and show off your skills against players in the global leaderboards. Scratching your itch for puzzles, RPGs, and cardgames in one go, it has a PlayScore of 7. Card Wars Kingdom With the success of Jake and Finn’s original cardgame, Cartoon Network is bringing it all to the next level, spreading the fun and competition to the land of Oo and beyond. Back with its colorful, cartoony designs, Card Wars Kingdom expands on their card battles with a host of new creature types for you to floop and whomp as you see fit. While it stays true to the series’ signature wackiness, there is a surprising depth to the games’ cards and battles.
Play as Finn, Jake, BMO and all the rest of your Adventure Time favorites, and prepare to release the wrath of your mighty pig. Packed with specially made voice-overs, it’s the Adventure Time you’ve always loved and more, with a PlayScore of 6. Miracle Merchant Instead of the epic battles to death, Miracle Merchant wins you over with its imaginative charm. Playing the role of assistant to a powerful alchemist, your task is to prepare delicious brews for the wandering adventurer.
With your deck of randomly generated cards, create powerful potions according to the demands of your customers. Simple as it is, it packs enough of a challenge to leave you scratching your head while keeping you just shy of frustration. Other than its fun, solitaire-like gameplay, its oddly adorable doodle art is definitely its biggest draw. Brew potions, solve daily puzzles, and immerse yourself in a world steeped in chemistry! It has a PlayScore of 5. Battlejack: Blackjack RPG Certainly not the Blackjack we all know, but with Grand Cru’s RPG twist on the classic card game, it’s definitely an improvement.
Slapping a fantasy theme on the high risks, high rewards game, Battlejack lets you count your cards towards dealing powerful attacks against your opponents. With a lore directly inspired by Norse Mythology, your mission as hero is to free the mythical Yggdrasil tree and restore balance in the world. Collect your band of legendary icons and go on an adventuring spree across the plains of Midgard. An epic fantasy with a side of Blackjack, it has a PlayScore of 4. Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes Pulling you into a light vs dark adventure in a galaxy far far away is none other than George Lucas ubiquitous space opera. Muster all your midichlorians and hop in for an interstellar ride along with your favorites from the Star Wars cinematic universe.
From the originals to the latest Last Jedi, Galaxy of Heroes will let you live out your dreams. Create a team of rebels, imperials, or both, and carve out your legacy with quick moves and strategic mastery. Not only does it offer exhilarating turn-based wars and battles against ginormous bosses, it also tests your skills in flight with their epic fleet vs fleet battles. An all around Star Wars experience, it has a PlayScore of 3. Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links If you haven’t heard of Magic the Gathering, then this just might fit your idea of classic card duels. With this digital adaptation for the smartphone, Bandai Namco revitalizes the iconic battles, welcoming duelers into their very own playground.
Meet the characters from the anime, and show off your skills in story mode and PvP battles. It’s a journey to the top of the dueling foodchain that begins with choosing your persona and creating the perfect balance of spells, fusions, and the anime’s beloved monsters. Coming complete with the voices you knew and loved, it’s a nostalgia trip that’s great for anime and strategy fans alike. It has a PlayScore of 2. Hearthstone Blizzard’s massively successful Warcraft series around have branched off in several directions over the years, and its bore fruit to so many games we now know and love.
Hearthstone is one. A play on the vast lore of the beloved franchise, it stormed into the collectible card game genre and slowly became one of its most popular names. Find your place around the warm hearth of the tavern, and play out fantasy-laden battles against a lineup of proud Blizzard superstars. Boasting the company’s triple A production value, Hearthstone might have quite the difficulty curve, but it’s a dazzling experience either way. It has a PlayScore of Here are the runners-up before we reveal the number one: 11. Magic 2015 The original collectible cardgame, Magic 2015 offers a simplified version of the complex battles that welcomes newbies into the card collecting biz. It has a PlayScore of 12. Order & Chaos Duels Travel to the fictional Haradon and use the familiar faces of the Order and Chaos series to rid the world of evil. It has a PlayScore of 13. Card Crawl Dungeon exploring is no solitary business, but it for this solitaire style cardgame. A sampler of what’s behind the premium curtain, it has a PlayScore of 14. Pyramid Solitaire Saga From the creators of Candy Crush, journey to ancient times with Helena the treasure hunter as you master the art of solitaire.
It has a PlayScore of 15. Shuffle Cats It’s rummy…but with cats. It’s fun, furrier, and definitely merrier with its multiplayer modes. It has a PlayScore of 1. And the best FREE card game on the Android is Clash Royale SUPERCELL knows just how to read their the mobile audience. From the super popular Clash of Clans, they went on to conquer strategic card battles for the masses. It’s not far off from their last success. Trading the impenetrable walls and superpowered tesla towers of their village defense game, Clash Royale moves on towards medieval castle sieging. Fighting alongside the giants, sorcerers, and goblins we knew and love, comes Kings, Princes, and Knights ready to take down walls in intense real-time battles. With your army decided and powered by luck and effective deck construction, each PvP battle is unpredictable ride. Begin the castle-sieging with a PlayScore of .
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