Posted: December 17
I'd like to start by saying that this isn't a bad game. For the price, you could easily do worse. But, when I honestly think if I'd recommend this game to someone... I have to say the answer is no. But you could easily do worse, and there's a fair amount of content for the asking price.
For the game itself, it's fairly simple. You play a relatively simple card game against AI opponents throughout a number of enviornments. The core of the game is easy to pick up without much difficulty. You connect cards on a 3x3 grid using the arrows on the cards to do an effect. The effect depends on the card, which will have symbols on it. You win if your opponent can't play anymore cards due to their board filling up or if they lose all their health. Personally, I found attacking opponents' cards and stalling their board to be the most effective way to deal with most opponents.
In order to not go on and on, here's a list of the things I liked and disliked about the game.
+Simple art style
+Decently entertaining gameplay
+Good Sense of humor
-Art style seems too simple sometimes, with repetitive designs. Card art style seems unfocused.
-Cheating AI (sometimes literally)
-Gameplay gets old fast
-The system to get new packs and better cards feels somewhat convoluted and grindy.
-There doesn't seem to be an options menu I could find. I couldn't figure out where to change my board, or adjust volume, or do similar important things.