Onirim - Solitaire Card Game

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4.4
20.5K reviews
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this game

A Golden Geek Best Solo Board Game Nominee, Onirim is a card game where you play as a Dreamwalker, lost in a mysterious labyrinth, and you must discover the oneiric doors before your dreamtime runs out - or you will remain trapped forever!

Wander through the chambers of dreams, hoping that chance will reveal the doors, or linger in each type of room. In either case, you will have to deal with the slithering Nightmares which haunt the hallways of the labyrinth.

Onirim is a solitaire card game. You must work against the game to gather the eight oneiric doors before the deck runs out. You can obtain door cards either by playing cards of the same color three turns in a row or by discarding one of your powerful key cards when a door appears from the deck. In both cases, you will have to decide the best use of each card in your hand and carefully play around the Nightmares. Those cards are hidden in the deck and will trigger painful dilemmas when drawn.

In addition to the exciting solo mode, players will enjoy the intuitive user interface, automated deck management, and stats to track their progress and successes against the game!

Onirim includes:
• Shadi Torbey's base Onirim game in solitaire mode
• 2 expansions: The Glyphs (free) & Crossroads and Dead Ends ($0.99)
• Original artwork from the base game by Philippe Guerin and Elise Plessis, enhanced by animations
• Solo play
• Detailed, interactive, turn-by-turn, in-game tutorial
• Scoring sytem with global leaderboard
• Offline stats record so you can track your progress
• Languages available: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish

***One of my favorite solitaire games! - Zee Garcia, The Dice Tower

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Updated on
Apr 12, 2018

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4.4
20.5K reviews
A Google user
January 15, 2020
The game play is smooth and interesting. The goal is to navigate through a deck too find color combinations of cards to open a door in the labyrinth. The nightmare cards add a good level of difficulty, but the shuffling can be frustrating sometimes. Like three nightmares in a row? I'd call that bad shuffling, but honestly, IF you got the right cards and think of what is already discarded, there is still a way to win despite situations like that. Classic mode is free, no ads.
16 people found this review helpful
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M
September 22, 2020
As other players have noted, I'm also having issues with the discard pile. Even during the tutorial, the game won't allow me to place cards there....the card just keeps bouncing back to my hand, resulting in an unfinished game. Other than that, the game would be fun. The graphics are decent as well as the background music.
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A Google user
June 15, 2019
This is a great solo game! Strategy really boils down to risk/probability assesment. You have to choose what colors, symbols, and discard choices are likely to get you closer to completion of a goal. Play is fast and intuitive, but there are multiple options each turn and especially with each oni encounter. I really like the fact that there is a win condition, instead of just a scoring mechanism. I don't see why anyone would use the original app games like candy crush when this is free!
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What's new

- reveal denizen cards in the deck after unlocking first door with 3 cards
- show exact denizens cards inside discard pile
- updated classic vs score attack rules
- fixed Repentant Treasure Keeper description
- cross platform save of DLCs
- bug fixes:
1. After using a key to discard a denizen, when you tap on the discard pile, the image of the card gains a glowing highlight
2. The left-most card in your hand can now be interacted with reliably, with "The Door to the Oniverse" expansion