If you want to play card game on mobile, you can think about top 10 best card game on mobile below. Besides, you will have more selections if you play card games on PC with many type of Solitaire online free card games.
- Star Realms
Star Realms is a mobile port of one of the best deck-building games ever designed. (If you’re ever played Dominion, it’s like that… but in space). Players take turns buying starships and star bases from a central market, and then using those ships to assault their opponents. Thanks to the four separate races/factions of cards, each with their own special abilities, you can replay this game dozens of times before it feels stale. The only downside to the mobile app is that the cards are quite small, requiring a lot of zooming in to read when you first play the game. Cost: “Free” (but the full game is $4.99) Platform: Android and iOS 2. Earthcore: Shattered Elements Earthcore is a simple yet refreshing take on the trading card genre. The game has an elemental paper-rock-scissors approach, where water cards beats fire cards, fire beats earth, and earth beats water. Each card, rather than having a set attack/defense stat, has a risk value—damage you suffer if the card loses a head-to-head battle. At first this might sounds like an over-simplified Magic the Gathering, but within Earthcore’s constricted set of rules, entirely new play styles and power dynamics arise. Cost: Free Platform: Android and iOS 3. Nightfall A deck-building game like Star Realms, Nightfall has enormous differences in both feel and gameplay. Here, amidst werewolves and ghouls, you’ll face up to four online opponents at a time—focusing less on jockeying for the best cards and much more on outsmarting fellow players by chaining together clever combinations of card effects. Some deck-builders can feel like all the players are locked in their own games of solitaire. Not so with Nightfall: When you’re not repeatedly attacking and defending against your opponents with minions in the combat phase, you’re trying desperately to outwit them and tap new minions for the next round. Cost: $2.99 Platform: iOS only Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 4. Sage Solitaire There’s something frighteningly addictive about this single-player card puzzle. Your job is to make poker-hand combinations out of a 3×3 grid that draws from the standard deck of 52 cards. Sweep the table clean by forming card-eliminating poker hands, and you win. Each round takes only a few minutes, making this the type of casual game that’s perfect for killing time or waiting in line. But, if ‘casual’ strikes you as a dirty word, you can also take this game super-seriously with Sage Solitaire’s True Grit Mode. Here, you wager fake money on each round, but if you fall into the red, you will never be able to play the mode again. Ever. Cost: Free Platform: Android and iOS 5. Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft Hearthstone is a mobile trading card game with an outrageously devoted fan-following. That’s certainly due to the fact that this game incorporates everything players love in a strategy-focused trading card game like Magic the Gathering, and adds an extra layer of bluffing and poker-esque mind games. Most importantly, with the game’s massive library of cards, you can spend hours just thinking (and, inevitably, arguing online) about various decks to piece together and the strategies behind each. While the app version of Hearthstone falls is in the dreaded ‘free to play’ category of mobile games, meaning there’s always something new to buy, at no point do you feel like wining requires hemorrhaging real dollars. Cost: Free To Play Platform: Android and iOS 6. Card Crawl If you’re ever wondered what characters in the Dungeons and Dragons universe play instead of solitaire, meet Card Crawl, a game that’s simple and repetitive—yet somehow in the best way possible. To play, the game throws 54 cards at you in sets of four. These cards are either gold, deadly enemies, or the weapons, spells, and potions. Your goal is to defeat all the enemies in the deck using the other cards, all the while hoarding as much gold as possible. Win a game and you keep the gold, which can be used to buy powerful new cards for future games. For an extra challenge, try to complete all the game’s quests—win conditions that can only be met with luck and clever combinations of spells. Price: $1.99 Platform: Android and iOS 7. Ascension: Chronicle of the Godslayer Of the three deck-building games we’ve listed, Ascension is easily the most masterfully designed. Like Star Realms and Nightfall, play is based on putting together decks of powerful cards by purchasing them each turn from a central market. The difference with Ascension is that this fast-paced app plays even better than the physical card game. With fantastic online play and seemingly endless stream of card set expansions—all of which are bursting with a modestly corny, early era DnD sword-and-sorcery aesthetic—you could (and probably will) be playing this one well into 2016 before you start to tire of it. Price: Free (Expansions are a must, and range from $6.99 to $0.99) Platform: Android and iOS 8. Five Card Quest Okay, calling Five Card Quest strictly a card game is a bit of a stretch, as it straddles the line into tactical RPG territory. But you’ll thank us for recommending it. In Five Card Quest, you select heroes to hack and slash through increasingly challenges dungeons. The kicker is that each hero has their own deck of playable cards for attacks and spells, which are shuffled together and form your hand and draw pile used to defeat your enemies. Because the game is so strategic, it pays to agonize over which card you’re about to play—especially when you’re at the beginning of this game’s excessively steep learning curve. Price: $2.99 Platform: iOS Only (Android Soon) 9. Magic 2015 In the early 90’s, Richard Garfield created Magic the Gathering at the request of his publisher Wizards of the Coast, as part of a deal he made so that they would publish his adored robot-programming themed board game, RoboRally. The rest, well, you know. RoboRally went nowhere as Magic exploded into a worldwide phenomenon, its latest installment being the Magic 2015 app. How does the app stack up to MtG, the unmatched holotype of all trading card games? We’ll say ‘well enough’. The gameplay is a bit slower than you’d hope for, the menu is a tad confusing, but… it’s still Magic! You will buy it anyway. Price: $9.99 (And like real Magic, it’ll cost ever more $ for new card sets) Platform: Android, and iPad Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 10. Card Shark Collection (Deluxe) Trading card games? Deck builders? Tactical RPG hybrids? If this jumble of nerd words only aggravates and confuses you, then the app you may be searching looking for Card Shark Collection. Here you’ll find more than 50 more traditional games, from Rummy 500 to euchre, FreeCell to spades, even Texas hold ’em, Egyptian ratscrew and… Australian solitaire (this exists?). With the app’s intuitive and smooth layout, Card Shark Collection could be the last you’ll ever need to download for traditional card games. Price: $2.99 Platform: Android and iOS