Cards of Terra

Contains adsIn-app purchases
4.6
2.7K reviews
100K+
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Content rating
Everyone 10+
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About this game

Cards of Terra is a single-player card game. It combines light solitaire-like card play with the in-depth mechanics of collectible card games.

You play as an alien princess stranded in an unfriendly fantasy realm. Luckily, our heroine has psi-powers which she can use to make enemies fight each other. Drag-and-drop enemy cards and remove them from your path to salvation.


FEATURES
- designed for one-handed play;
- more than 70 unique cards to explore;
- gentle learning curve and intuitive mechanics;
- campaign with 80 handcrafted levels and 9 bosses;
- draft mode with challenging deck-building gameplay;
- great for offline play;
- beautiful art in a charming fantasy setting;
- no free-to-play nonsense. Single IAP purchase to Remove Ads;
- made with indie spirit;
Updated on
Jun 5, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Location, Personal info and 4 others
This app may collect these data types
Location, Financial info and 3 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
4.6
2.7K reviews
Mingwei Zhang
January 9, 2022
The game is pretty good, with great graphic and good core gameplay. It's probably still in early development stage hence it doesn't contain much content and challenge. Campaign is rather easy, while is good for me to get used to the rules. Puzzle mode is a little bit more challenging but still very easy. In draft mode, which I feel like the most interesting part, there's a little bit roguelike gameplay. Overall it's good and worth a try, but still has a lot to be improved.
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Denis Buslaev
January 10, 2022
The game isn't at the early stage of development. It's just a small game with a limited scope. And it's only small compared to major CCGs or neverending F2P treadmills. We weren't making either. We wanted a small and cozy game that even non-gamer could clear in a reasonable amount of time, and hopefully walk out with an appreciation for the genre.
Michael Carpenter
July 9, 2022
Edit: I commented previously that the game was incredibly creative with it's mechanic but a bit too easy. The developer suggested I try draft mode for a more challenging experience, and so I wanted to return and confirm that draft mode is definitely the challenge I was looking for. Thanks dev! The many ways this game makes use of it's simple core game mechanic is incredibly impressive.
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Denis Buslaev
July 8, 2022
Hi. It's actually easy to increase the difficulty by adjusting the starting energy or adding more cards to the level. Campaign is a little bit on the easy side overall. I didn't want players to get stuck (although many still do). Draft is more challenging and special powers are often required to complete the run or post a better score.
Geoff Van Ess
May 11, 2022
This game is a great puzzle/solitaire game. Very addictive, I blew through almost the whole campaign in a few nights. Ads are spread very far apart and are not intrusive. Only complaint is the campaign went by too quick, but for a free/cheap game that is fine. I'd happily pay a couple dollars for an additional campaign after the first.
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