Going into this game I didn't expect it to be as good as it is. I feel fairly neutral abt card based video games but often find them dissapointingly simple. This one is very simple in design but has a surprising amount of strategy involved that increases as new cards are unlocked. Truly a great example of easy to learn but challenging to master. The game doesn't change a ton from play to play but I still find myself coming back to it anytime I have a few minutes to kill.
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It's a good game and I've been playing it for years it's a very good time killer, yet on my new device for some reason the audio sounds like a badly emulated PS2 game. Like the audio is too stretched out and it skips, this also happened on my older device after a certain update I don't remember which one. I tried to find a contact me button so I could email but I couldn't find one so now I'm writing this review which I never do. Still, great game I hope the audio issue doesn't happen to you
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I really liked the concept, but the execution was a hard miss for me. The quests and challenges are built more around grinding than making things more entertainingly difficult. I enjoyed the base game enough to drop the money on the full version, but it quickly became apparent that there really wasn't any value add -- took less than a full day of playing intermittently during my downtime before it went from a cute, fun little time-killer to a tedious grind. I'd say the free version is worth a download if you'd like to give it a try, but I personally wouldn't recommend paying to unlock the rest
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