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Card Battler

Category Tier-3 Genre

Top 150 best Steam games of all time tagged with Card Battler, according to gamer reviews.

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
94% 3,316 votes
90% 8,751 votes
90% 5,506 votes
85% 2,427 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Card Battler is also tagged with a correlated tag, the correlated tag has 20% correlation. 100% correlation means the pair of tags always appear together.

Tags most frequently applied to the same games as Card Battler, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Card Game 86%
  2. Strategy 83%
  3. Deckbuilding 58%
  4. 2D 56%
  5. Singleplayer 49%
  6. Casual 40%
  7. Turn-Based Strategy 40%
  8. RPG 39%
  9. Turn-Based Tactics 36%
  10. Fantasy 36%
  11. Roguelike 35%
  12. Indie 35%
  13. Turn-Based Combat 34%
  14. Roguelite 33%
  15. Adventure 27%
  16. PvP 22%
  17. Early Access 20%
  18. Roguelike Deckbuilder 19%
  19. Trading Card Game 19%
  20. Cute 19%
  21. Board Game 18%
  22. Colorful 18%
  23. Anime 18%
  24. Multiplayer 17%
  25. Tactical 17%
  26. Turn-Based 15%

The Card Battler tag refers to a genre of video games that involve strategic card-based battles and deck-building mechanics. In these games, players collect, customize, and use virtual cards to compete against opponents in turn-based or real-time combat.

Card battler games typically feature the following elements:

  • Deck Building Players start with a basic set of cards and gradually expand their collection by acquiring new cards through gameplay or other means. They can create custom decks by selecting specific cards that synergize well together or suit their playstyle.
  • Card Acquisition Cards are obtained through various methods, such as winning battles, completing quests or challenges, purchasing them from in-game stores or via trading systems. Some card battlers also introduce rarity levels for cards to add an element of collecting and progression.
  • Battles and Strategy The core gameplay revolves around using the acquired cards to engage in battles against computer-controlled opponents or other players. These battles often involve strategic decision-making, as players have limited resources (typically represented by mana points) each turn to play cards from their hand. Choosing the right combination of cards and timing their plays becomes crucial for victory.
  • Synergy and Combos Successful card battlers emphasize crafting decks that showcase synergy between various cards. Some combinations can create powerful combos that allow players to unleash devastating attacks or perform game-altering effects.

A few notable examples of Card Battler games include:

  • Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft Developed by Blizzard Entertainment, this popular digital collectible card game features iconic characters from the Warcraft universe engaging in head-to-head battles using spellcasting minions represented as cards.
  • Slay the Spire A deck-building roguelike game where players ascend a mysterious tower, battling enemies and collecting cards to build a unique deck as they progress.
  • Gwent: The Witcher Card Game Based on the card game from CD Projekt Red's acclaimed Witcher series, Gwent is a standalone card battler that emphasizes strategic decision-making and bluffing, with cards representing units and special abilities.

Card battler games provide an engaging and strategic experience for players who enjoy collecting, customizing decks, and outsmarting opponents through careful card play. They combine elements of traditional card games with tactical gameplay mechanics to create unique and compelling experiences.

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