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Dec 29, 2012 | 9:25 AM EST

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Warcard 2 is my latest card games, you have to use your card to build and defend your castle from the enemy attack, and also use the card to attack the enemy. Every card require some resources, so your skill to manage the resources is vital.
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Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Quite good but a bit boring...


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

The RNG in this game is really bad. You either get too many attack cards or too many resource cards. Maybe if the numbers were tweaked or if there was a deck editor then the game would be a lot better. Plus maybe more music. The same tune gets really annoying


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

ok alot of stuff needs fixed or something cause im sending in attack cards tht has 15 catapults and cards that has 50 warriors i even sent out 2 black dragons and the castle isnt taking any damage what so ever and thy havent put up any steel gate cards or magic defence cards wtf is going on ive pgraded my stuff like crazy not a great game if the defence gets so high nothing can be done just to let u know


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

I was having fun until the 5th castle when he got 5 magic barriers in a row and alls I had was magic spells and then while waiting for melee units he put up towers so I couldn't hurt him at all, and no curse cards to weaken him show up at all so I surrendered, and once I got back to the castle it still had all the barriers and towers still in effect.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Overall good game, until the last 2 or 3 castles I played. Without any form of deck customization I was forced to wait for very specific damage cards while receiving completely useless resource cards. I wanted to pick all my best damage cards that I used my upgrade points for.

During the final battle I played, the enemy castle was so defensively buffed that the Green Dragon did absolutely no damage and my Swordsman Horde (50) only did 11 damage. It wasn't even enough to keep up with the numerous heal cards the AI was receiving.

This game is simply either unbalanced or intentionally padded for game play length.