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rated 4.16 / 5 stars
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Oct 1, 2011 | 7:24 AM EDT

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Sci-fi collectible card game. This new version of HD features new cards and additional gameplay modes.

*Single player* :
There are several gameplay modes available for single player games.
Random : you can choose what colors the computer will play with.
Storyline : the computer plays with decks related to the background story of the various alien races in Hidden Dimensions.
Game deck : play against your own decks.

*Challenges* (available from the single player screen) :
These a special decks and environments. Winning against a full set of decks will reward you with elite cards.

*Combat* :
In short you have to play structures which provide you with energy. This energy can be used to play ships and actions.
Ships both defend your base and attack your opponent's base or ships. To defeat your opponent you have to bring their base HP down to zero.

The cards at the bottom of the screen are available for playing. If you have enough energy to play them, simply click a card and a number of locations will light up on the board. Click any of those locations to place your ship or structure.
Sometimes, actions do not require a target and can be cast right away. If a target is required, valid targets will light up on the board. Simply click the target of your choice.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

As far as the typical flash game goes, this game is pretty in depth. Lots of content to play around with. You can create & save your decks. At least up to 14 with 50-60 cards per. This is what I'm seeing currently. This is a fun game & can easily spend several hours just playing, building up your decks, trying to pass challenges, etc. Has a story mode too. I think it's worth playing. If you got a lot of time to kill, I think it will do the trick. The more you play, the more you may discover.


Rated 2 / 5 stars

It could be better

It seems interesting but nothing special. A video tutorial would be nice. Even on normal the enemy seems to have powerful ships by the 4th turn whereas it took me until the 7th. It looks nice though.