Tuesday, March 20, 2018

The best free card games on Android

Card games are one of the oldest forms of entertainment that exists. For centuries, we’ve enjoyed them and are still discovering new ways to play. The digital world has opened up a whole Pandora’s box of possibilities for old and new to converge and morph into totally new experiences. From battles with collectible cards to complex one-player games, card games have definitely found their niche on mobile devices. We’ve put together a list of the greatest and we’re sure you won’t want to miss a single one of the best card games on Android. 

Card Heroes

Medieval fantasy is one of the typical settings in two-player card games. Well, actually it’s one of the most common settings in the world of videogames in general. So it’s completely normal that in Card Heroes, we experience battles between dwarfs, elfs, and powerful mages. What’s interesting is that it’s simpler and quicker than most of its kind, since you can only put down four cards on the board. This doesn’t mean that it’s easy though — you have to think carefully to play your cards just right and win each round. This one is definitely recommended for anyone who’s looking for quick, short rounds. [Download]

Card Heroes

Solitaire: Decked Out

It would practically be heresy not to mention even one classic game on this list. Solitaire has been around for eons and it has a special sort of relevance in the digital world. We could get lost among the many, MANY versions of solitaire that exist on Android, but we’ve selected this one for two reasons: it has incredibly outstanding graphics and it’s completely free. What more could you ask for? [Download]

Solitaire: Decked Out

Mabinogi Duel

Although there are tons of collectible card games out there, Magic: The Gathering is probably the most important of all of them. It’s a game that’s influenced the majority of games of the genre and its relevance is undeniable. Mabinogi Duel is just one its many offspring that we can enjoy on Android. It’s an excellent title that’s played with a vertical screen, unlike many of its genre. It’s not the most original game of its kind, but it comes in an attractive package and offers the most elegant interface out of all the games on this list. [Download]

Mabinogi Duel

Miracle Merchant

This isn’t the first time we’ve mentioned the name Miracle Merchant around here. And there’s a good reason for that. This work by Arnold Rauers deserves all of our love thanks to its originality. Miracle Merchant is a one-player game where you get to create potions by combining cards, and it’ll keep you hooked like no other. It’s an impressive title that almost looks as if it were taken right out of Adventure Time and that we’ve crowned as one of the best Android games of 2017. [Download]

Miracle Merchant

Top Stars Football

Soccer may be one of the last themes that comes to mind when thinking of examples of card games, but here we are with Top Stars Football. It’s an incredibly fun collectible card game that has you put together a deck full of the best soccer stars possible. Sure, soccer fans are sure to love it, but in reality, it’s a game that’s fun whether you follow the world’s most popular sport or not. [Download]

top stars

Card Thief

Okay, so we admit it. We absolutely love the work of Arnold Rauers. While we’ve already taken our hats off to the developer for Miracle Merchant, we have to say that Card Thief is another work of genius. It’s an original card game where you have to steal as many treasures as you can without getting caught by the guards. And it’s all using cards. In short, Card Thief a dark toned game that’s complex enough to really make you think. [Download]

Card Thief

Shadowverse

Anime meets medieval fantasy in this outstanding game that takes bits and pieces from the most typical competitive card games: Magic: The Gathering and Hearthstone. What’s more, its interface is extremely similar to the game from Blizzard, although luckily, it’s not simply another parody. One of its main features is that you have the possibility to evolve your cards to make them more powerful. Plus, it’s campaign mode is pretty long and you’ll go along discovering the ins and outs that make up the Shadowverse universe. [Download]

Shadowverse

Underhand

It’s not everyday that we get to play a member of a cult, and especially not in a card game like UnderhandThis fun one-player card game is swamped with inspiration from Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos, and you’re mission is to stay alive as long as possible. Underhand is similar to Reigns, but with a higher degree of depth that makes it unique in its own right. Without a doubt, Underhand is one of our favorite card games. [Download]

Underhand

Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links

Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links is one of the most played games on Android thanks to the fact that it’s an adaptation of the collectible card game that many of us have played with physical cards. It’s hard to resist a game like this one, especially if you’re a fan of the legendary anime. That said, the real question is this one: are you more for the Dark Magician or the Blue-Eyed White Dragon? [Download]

Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links

Hearthstone Heroes of Warcraft

The appearance of Hearthstone has been a sort of paradigm shift in the world of collectible cards games. Everyone always referred to Magic as the benchmark… that is, until the arrival of the work from Blizzard. Here we have a game that simplified the intricate gameplay of Wizards of the Coast and has even influenced a change in its rules to be able to compete against this game’s greatness. Hearthstone Heroes of Warcraft is a game that’s popular beyond belief and that oozes greatness from each one of its pixels. Just Blizzard being Blizzard, once again. [Download]

Hearthstone

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