Card City Nights
© 2014 Ludosity AB
275.5 MB, iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac OSX, Windows, Steam
Teaches: Strategy, deckbuilding, reading, puzzle-solving
With a cast of humorously written characters brought together from Ludosity's previous games, this single-player, arrow-matching card game is full of personality that can be enjoyed by parents and children together, and features all the fun of collecting and playing cards for les...
With a cast of humorously written characters brought together from Ludosity's previous games, this single-player, arrow-matching card game is full of personality that can be enjoyed by parents and children together, and features all the fun of collecting and playing cards for less than the price of a coffee! As CardPlaya, or whatever you decide to name yourself, set off into your new hometown and meet the local card-nuts. Most of the folks living in the city are raring to play cards with you. If you want to make it big and win the one million coin prize, you'll need to earn eight legendary cards from the best players across the city, and challenge The Card King! Children learn to string together combos of three symbols or more in order to attack, defend or revive disabled cards. Each player starts with seven life, and victory is achieved by bringing your opponent's life to zero, or disabling their cards (both accomplished via attack combos) causing them to fill their 3x3 board so that they are unable to continue playing. Matches can consist of single rounds, best of three, or best of five. Strategies are varied here, and computer players are no slouches. Children will need to learn careful and adaptable play to make it to the end of the adventure. Don't worry though, there's no penalty for losing, and opponents are happy to play you as many times as you like. Deckbuilding is a major part of the game, and between card matches you'll definitely want to keep updating your deck with newly earned cards and create new decks to counter tricky strategies. Optional battles can be undertaken repeatedly to earn booster packs and an in-game mall offers a selection of card singles to spend your gold coins on. Worry not, In-App Purchases are completely absent, everything in-game is earned through play.