Card City Nights is not a traditional card-trading game. It's an adventure game with zany characters to meet and weird locations to explore. In the center is our new card battle system that breaks away from the fantasy TCG mold with connecting cards to form combos.
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1.1 Valentine's update!

This version adds two new characters, Multifarious Mammal and Rock Enthusiast, who can be battled for a new Princess Remedy booster. They also come with a small optional sidequest, which is fully compatible with your existing savefile and can be experienced at any point in the main story. But make your choices carefully, as there is no going back on your word in this amorous sidequest!

There are also some other hacks thrown in that only apply when you start a new game, for the truly cardcore. Please see below for details.

Full changelist:
- Multifarious Mammal booster battle in Harbor Street.
- Rock Enthusiast booster battle in Big Chest Casino.
- New Princess Remedy booster with ten new cards, which can also be obtained through the Recycle Shop at random.
- Small Boss rematch deck tweaks.
- Renarama card buffed slightly (Cannot be disabled).
- Entering HardPlaya as your name begins the terribly unfair Hard Mode, where the player begins each match with 4 HP and the opponent with 8 HP. There is no reward for beating this mode and no other changes! Not recommended for new players!
- Entering ReallyPlaya as your name begins the farcical Impossible Mode, where the player begins each match with 1 HP and the opponent with 10 HP. There is no reward for beating this mode and no other changes! Not recommended for anyone!

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“Effortlessly charming .. a simple yet rock-solid addition to the genre that's well worth a play.”
Jay Is Games

“The real hook is the CCG that serves as the game’s engine. Fortunately, it’s fantastic.”
Indie Game Reviewer

Об этой игре

Card City Nights is an adventure through a city filled with card-nuts and lunatics. Battle for the 8 legendary cards to enter the biggest competition this city has seen yet.

CCN is not a traditional card-trading game. It's an adventure game with zany characters to meet and weird locations to explore. In the center is our new card battle system that breaks away from the fantasy TCG mold with connecting cards to form combos.

* 8+ hours of gameplay in a singleplayer adventure
* Connect cards to form combos
* 180 unique cards with characters from the Ludosity universe
* No IAP's in this game! You collect booster packs by simply playing the adventure from start to finish
* An amazing soundtrack in a blend of Jazz and Hiphop

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    • ОС: Windows XP
    • Процессор: 2 GHz
    • Оперативная память: 1 GB ОЗУ
    • Видеокарта: Shader Model 2
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    • ОС: OSX 10.6
    • Процессор: 2 GHz
    • Оперативная память: 1 GB ОЗУ
    • Видеокарта: Shader Model 2
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    • Процессор: 2 GHz
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senor_sombraro
( 9.8 ч. в игре )
Опубликовано: 27 мая
Bit repetitive after a while but nevertheless good time waster with slight bit of strategy needed in deck creation.
Space Ghost
( 34.3 ч. в игре )
Опубликовано: 23 мая
Card City Nights is a great casual adventure that is worth several playthroughs. The soundtrack takes this game to a new level with a jazz/hiphop fusion that fits with the wacky and bizzare world your character inhabits.

The gameplay takes some getting used to as instead of fighting with monsters and spells, you have cards with directional arrows on them that connect and have different effects based on said connections. However, once understood Card City Nights takes on a new life as you try and figure out the optimal strategies against each opponent and craft the best cards available to make grinding packs quick and easy. Hope Ludosity makes another one soon.
Medium
( 15.0 ч. в игре )
Опубликовано: 21 мая
Basic Overview
Gameplay? 9/10, one of a kind
Story? 6/10, straightforward, occasional funny dialogue
Replayability? 5/10, depends on person

Thoughts
It's a unique TCG game, I'd say it's a puzzle + TCG mix - it's not something that you would play absent-mindedly imo. You collect cards that have arrows on it and you line up the arrows to combo into different actions (attack/revive/defense). It sounds simple, but the game pulls it off really well and makes you consider if placing a certain card down into a certain position is the right thing to do. I'd say the level of difficulty really depends on the player, but I'd give it a medium difficulty. It's the uniqueness of this game that makes me recommend it, I can't think of any other TCG game currently that utilizes this style of gameplay. The storyline is average/straightforward, not particulary interesting but fun enough with humorous dialogue here and there. I wouldn't say this game is incredibly replayable - there aren't any "random" opponents to play that have really new strategies every single time, you'd be playing the same characters over and over again if you wanted to keep playing after defeating everyone. The AIs will stick to their playstyle - defensive, offensive, etc. I guess it really depends on if you *really* get sucked into the gameplay. For me, this is probably the only time I will be playing it through unless if new content was added. It was really compelling to finish the game and I found the experience thoroughly enjoyable; and here I am, writing a review days after buying the game and "completing" it - after completing it though, I just don't feel the urge to keep on playing and rebattling the revamped opponents (the game kicks up the difficulty a notch once you complete the storyline).
It took me around ~15 hours to achieve 100% but I'd say 2-3 of those hours I spent idle/afk, also, I could probably get another hour or two of new gameplay in if I went ahead and challenged the "revamped" characters.

Verdict?
This game is well worth the money regardless if it's on sale or not. Give it a try.
Skulls
( 5.9 ч. в игре )
Опубликовано: 16 мая
I was sitting around bored thinking to myself. I have 40+ games in my wishlist maybe I should try one. I sorted it by price and bought the cheapest one which was this. It's given me hours of enjoyment for a very low price. I highly recommend it. It's an interesting little card game with a fun mechanic and you get to open packs and keep changing your deck. It reminds me of when I used to play Knights of the Old Republic and spent hours just playing Pazaak.
margaret_friday
( 3.8 ч. в игре )
Опубликовано: 15 мая
AI characters are overpowered and have cards that I can only dream of (and I cannot get them, because I can't win, hence I cannot level up). Winning with AI is almost impossible. Also, navigating throgh the level map is annoying and counter-intuitive. I lost my patience with this game.
DF
( 13.4 ч. в игре )
Опубликовано: 13 мая
I bought Card City Nights in May of 2014 for 99 cents and almost two years to the date, finally started and finished the game after around 13 hours. I only used my mouse and didn't try the other control methods, or was even aware there were any.

True to its name, Card City Nights is a collectible card game with a strong focus on combat. As a new arrival to the island, you quickly learn about the game and how everyone is positively bonkers about it. The plot is fairly basic--find the eight Legendary cards and face the Card King in combat for the million-coin prize. The protagonist resists at first, but they have a free deck of cards and there are plenty of people to face, so why not?

The tutorial gave a pretty easy overview of the rules. You and your opponent each have a 3x3 board, a coin is flipped to determine who goes first, and you both draw five cards to form your hand. Then it's a matter of linking your cards' arrows together in order to attack, defend, and recover. You lose if your life hits zero, if you fill your board and can't place a card, or if you completely run out of cards to play. Matches are played in best of 1/3/5 format, and there didn't seem to be a penalty for losing other than having to start that fight over from the beginning. Several cards have a variety of effects, such as one reviving a random downed card and then disappearing off board, or moving to an open space every time you start your turn, or having an additional effect depending on what kind of combo it's a part of.

And like most other card games, most of the game takes place outside of battle where you try to put together a deck that can't be beat. You have to build a deck of 25 to 40 cards, and you're allowed five dupes of common cards, three of uncommon, only one rare, and only one total Legendary per deck, so there's a lot of options. My interest in the game kinda waned until I woke up and just made a deck from scratch, paying attention to arrows and effects I wanted. Everyone in the game uses a different deck though they only stick to one, so you could honestly tailor a deck around destroying specifically everyone as you play. In battle, you're at the mercy of RNG on your draws as well as what the opponent feels like using on you, but outside of perceived biases, the game felt fair about random targets. Kinda hard to say that when victory is snatched from you with a convenient draw for your opponent, though.

I was kinda surprised at how much dialog there is. You can talk with several people at each location and everyone has quite a few things to say, especially if you can fight them since they'll have different things then. Of course this is entirely optional, but it's kinda neat. Characters have things to say about other people, or you, or other things. One NPC in the mall had what felt like 100 things to say, though thankfully that wasn't the norm. That all of the characters come from prior Ludosity/Daniel Remar games might be a treat to some, seeing familiar faces in different roles (and on the cards), but this was my first so I'll be facing retroactive recognition whenever I go back for Ittle Dew and pick up some of the others.

As for things I didn't like...I initially didn't like that you couldn't outright buy new cards. When the shop unlocks early in the story, you're only able to buy extra copies of the non-Legendary cards you have already. To get new cards, you have to fight certain NPCs for their boosters (or trade them in later on), so you're at the mercy of RNG for what cards you receive, but each booster NPC provides only one specific pack and each card is tied to a specific booster. You can keep fighting them to eventually get the cards you want, but my only other complaint is that there's no card catalog to fill out. It'd have been especially helpful to at least see what cards you have/have seen/haven't seen so as to know how to get that amazing card you saw your opponent use and to scratch that completionist's itch, but I guess the guides on Steam have you covered there if you want to do some cross-referencing.

Overall, I liked CCN and I think it's definitely worth the buck I gave for it. If you're into card collecting or deck building or whatnot, you'd probably like it too. Difficulty is kinda hard to pin down since each person has their own deck setup, so you can go from being stonewalled to being locked down to being blitzed to being drained of cards. You'll probably have to lose your first fights with everyone so you can learn their decks and how to counter them, so that might turn some people off. But as someone who seems to have interest in card games but rarely plays them, this was not a waste of time at all.
Sheriff Mintz
( 1.9 ч. в игре )
Опубликовано: 4 мая
Better than Hearthstone
mkimask
( 13.2 ч. в игре )
Опубликовано: 1 мая
Наверное, лучшая карточная игра, из тех что я играл. Если честно, даже не ожидал что игра так затянет. Приятная рисованная графика, хорошее звуковое сопровождение, незамысловатый сюжет, простой тем не менее увлекательный геймплей. В общем, я очень-очень рекоммендую эту игру.

Начинал играть без каких-либо ожиданий, а в итоге запоем прошёл всю игру.
VIEoD
( 22.3 ч. в игре )
Опубликовано: 27 апреля
card city nights is a concept that shouldn't work, i should totally hate it for being too frustrating and overcomplicating TCGs - which are already overcomplicated

but i don't, it's actually really elegant in how it implements all its mechanics and i rarely feel as if i don't have a handle on how the game works

plus the music is great and the art is charming and the characters are all pretty fun; i was half-expecting this game to spew memes at me like a broken internet sewage-pipe but no gimmick or character outstayed their welcome and i never found myself getting annoyed by anyone i was made to deal with. it's punchy, it's self-aware without constantly having to remind the player of how self-aware it is, in short, it had enough personality where i didn't get bored but enough restraint to keep me from hating the presentation

this game really deserves online multiplayer, and i wish more people were into it so that the devs would have more of an impetus to make it so

what i'm saying is that you should play this game
Enkazadas The Indomitable
( 11.6 ч. в игре )
Опубликовано: 26 апреля
An absolutely excellent and fabulous card game. I sincerely and thoroughly reccomend this to anyone who has ever been a fan of card games at any point. Excellent art, excellent characters, fun dialogue, and an interesting premise. Thoroughly, Highly suggested. I'm also pretty sure it's free
Condor Castle
( 13.0 ч. в игре )
Опубликовано: 16 апреля
80/100
[RU]Вспышка
( 6.2 ч. в игре )
Опубликовано: 12 апреля
Я не любитель подобных игр, но как вариант посидеть поломать голову использовать можно.
Поночалу все очень простенько. чувствовать подвохи начинаешь только в финальных боях, и то не сказать чтоб прям очень тяжело было бы собирать комбинации. достаточно не святить связующие карты и нпс будет заниматся своими делами до самого момента вашей победы.

LuckyRoot
( 88.8 ч. в игре )
Опубликовано: 9 апреля
A very creative and cute card game!

It combines the aspects of the traditional card games with tic tac toe-like puzzles that can create a variety of combos that can bring numerous elements to the battle.

Not to mention that it has a cute, cartoony, and colorful artstyle with diverse, unique, and interesting characters to interact and cards you can obtain^^

This game will provide you hours of addictive gameplay where you will be able to truly test your persistance and creativity in terms of creating your very own effective deck and gameplay style.

If you've played any of the Ludosity's previous titles, the fun will be doubled as you meet some of the characters you already knew and loved in different fashion~!

I promise you that this game will be a unique and worthy addition to your game library and offer a refreshing experience to your gaming life ;)
osamabinyoshi
( 31.4 ч. в игре )
Опубликовано: 5 апреля
Genre: Single-player collectible card-battling campaign
Campaign length: 10 hours
Game length: < 10 minutes
Length of campaign: ~ 100 games
Difficulty level - normal (only difficulty)
Complexity: Ages 10+

Card City Nights is an altered version of the 9-square mini-game from Final Fantasy VIII, except that in Card City Nights, it's the entire core of the game. Childish humor fills the game, as the main character goes on a quest to collect all 8 legendary cards from a variety of card masters. Defeating associates and assistants to the card masters in best of 3 or best of 5 collectible card matches, you collect enough cards by winning battles until you have an almost unbeatable deck. Cash dropped by these thugs give you money to buy more cards and more 9-square boards, until you have enough rare cards to absolutely mow these people down.

The mechanics of this game design are well thought-out. Excess cards can be recycled into card packs, preventing the player from collecting 10-20 of each common card in a never-ending quest to collect enough rares (cough Pokemon TCG for Nintendo's Gameboy cough.) In addition, there's a minor alchemy system to process cards that may not be affordable from the game's card store in the mall.

All an all, a moderate-speed economy system gets this game going. The delightful humor prevents the game from getting dull, and this is a must-play for card genre fanatics or older children. 5/5 stars.
++
( 3.4 ч. в игре )
Опубликовано: 2 апреля
It is a small game, but fun for a while. More a puzzle game than a deck builder in my opinion.
Icarus Amadeus
( 34.0 ч. в игре )
Опубликовано: 1 апреля
10/10 WOULD CHASE THE MYSTERIOUS LEMON AGAIN!
Chaotexe
( 28.1 ч. в игре )
Опубликовано: 29 марта
My only complaint is that there isn't more of this game to enjoy. A simply fantastic, simple CCG that has a very unique approach to the genre. Definitely worth its modest price.
Mire
( 2.5 ч. в игре )
Опубликовано: 13 марта
A fun single player card game with a surprising amount of depth.
Delfrod
( 0.9 ч. в игре )
Опубликовано: 3 марта
The weirdest card game on Steam.
Woogy
( 22.1 ч. в игре )
Опубликовано: 20 февраля
This game, for the short amount of time the story takes up, was hilariously awesome and worth every penny of it. I have nothing but good things and positive critisism to speak of it.

Into card games? This game is exactly for you, and will scratch that itch your having. It's very easy to catch onto, and you'll learn the ropes quick. Not every opponent goes down from just brute force cards, sometimes you'll have to use your wits and think it through.

The cards themselves are uniquely drawn, very child-like and vibrant, and a lot of which are references to other games. Some of those games you should even go try for yourself.

My only critisism is the game does't have enough cards, and deserves so many more. As well as more locations and opponents to play against, sadly it looks like nothing else is being added to the game, but it's still amazing and deserves a moment of your time. :)

*Edit*
Apparently they did an update, holy crap. :D
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15.0 ч. в игре
Опубликовано: 21 мая
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Gameplay? 9/10, one of a kind
Story? 6/10, straightforward, occasional funny dialogue
Replayability? 5/10, depends on person

Thoughts
It's a unique TCG game, I'd say it's a puzzle + TCG mix - it's not something that you would play absent-mindedly imo. You collect cards that have arrows on it and you line up the arrows to combo into different actions (attack/revive/defense). It sounds simple, but the game pulls it off really well and makes you consider if placing a certain card down into a certain position is the right thing to do. I'd say the level of difficulty really depends on the player, but I'd give it a medium difficulty. It's the uniqueness of this game that makes me recommend it, I can't think of any other TCG game currently that utilizes this style of gameplay. The storyline is average/straightforward, not particulary interesting but fun enough with humorous dialogue here and there. I wouldn't say this game is incredibly replayable - there aren't any "random" opponents to play that have really new strategies every single time, you'd be playing the same characters over and over again if you wanted to keep playing after defeating everyone. The AIs will stick to their playstyle - defensive, offensive, etc. I guess it really depends on if you *really* get sucked into the gameplay. For me, this is probably the only time I will be playing it through unless if new content was added. It was really compelling to finish the game and I found the experience thoroughly enjoyable; and here I am, writing a review days after buying the game and "completing" it - after completing it though, I just don't feel the urge to keep on playing and rebattling the revamped opponents (the game kicks up the difficulty a notch once you complete the storyline).
It took me around ~15 hours to achieve 100% but I'd say 2-3 of those hours I spent idle/afk, also, I could probably get another hour or two of new gameplay in if I went ahead and challenged the "revamped" characters.

Verdict?
This game is well worth the money regardless if it's on sale or not. Give it a try.
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Опубликовано: 13 мая
I bought Card City Nights in May of 2014 for 99 cents and almost two years to the date, finally started and finished the game after around 13 hours. I only used my mouse and didn't try the other control methods, or was even aware there were any.

True to its name, Card City Nights is a collectible card game with a strong focus on combat. As a new arrival to the island, you quickly learn about the game and how everyone is positively bonkers about it. The plot is fairly basic--find the eight Legendary cards and face the Card King in combat for the million-coin prize. The protagonist resists at first, but they have a free deck of cards and there are plenty of people to face, so why not?

The tutorial gave a pretty easy overview of the rules. You and your opponent each have a 3x3 board, a coin is flipped to determine who goes first, and you both draw five cards to form your hand. Then it's a matter of linking your cards' arrows together in order to attack, defend, and recover. You lose if your life hits zero, if you fill your board and can't place a card, or if you completely run out of cards to play. Matches are played in best of 1/3/5 format, and there didn't seem to be a penalty for losing other than having to start that fight over from the beginning. Several cards have a variety of effects, such as one reviving a random downed card and then disappearing off board, or moving to an open space every time you start your turn, or having an additional effect depending on what kind of combo it's a part of.

And like most other card games, most of the game takes place outside of battle where you try to put together a deck that can't be beat. You have to build a deck of 25 to 40 cards, and you're allowed five dupes of common cards, three of uncommon, only one rare, and only one total Legendary per deck, so there's a lot of options. My interest in the game kinda waned until I woke up and just made a deck from scratch, paying attention to arrows and effects I wanted. Everyone in the game uses a different deck though they only stick to one, so you could honestly tailor a deck around destroying specifically everyone as you play. In battle, you're at the mercy of RNG on your draws as well as what the opponent feels like using on you, but outside of perceived biases, the game felt fair about random targets. Kinda hard to say that when victory is snatched from you with a convenient draw for your opponent, though.

I was kinda surprised at how much dialog there is. You can talk with several people at each location and everyone has quite a few things to say, especially if you can fight them since they'll have different things then. Of course this is entirely optional, but it's kinda neat. Characters have things to say about other people, or you, or other things. One NPC in the mall had what felt like 100 things to say, though thankfully that wasn't the norm. That all of the characters come from prior Ludosity/Daniel Remar games might be a treat to some, seeing familiar faces in different roles (and on the cards), but this was my first so I'll be facing retroactive recognition whenever I go back for Ittle Dew and pick up some of the others.

As for things I didn't like...I initially didn't like that you couldn't outright buy new cards. When the shop unlocks early in the story, you're only able to buy extra copies of the non-Legendary cards you have already. To get new cards, you have to fight certain NPCs for their boosters (or trade them in later on), so you're at the mercy of RNG for what cards you receive, but each booster NPC provides only one specific pack and each card is tied to a specific booster. You can keep fighting them to eventually get the cards you want, but my only other complaint is that there's no card catalog to fill out. It'd have been especially helpful to at least see what cards you have/have seen/haven't seen so as to know how to get that amazing card you saw your opponent use and to scratch that completionist's itch, but I guess the guides on Steam have you covered there if you want to do some cross-referencing.

Overall, I liked CCN and I think it's definitely worth the buck I gave for it. If you're into card collecting or deck building or whatnot, you'd probably like it too. Difficulty is kinda hard to pin down since each person has their own deck setup, so you can go from being stonewalled to being locked down to being blitzed to being drained of cards. You'll probably have to lose your first fights with everyone so you can learn their decks and how to counter them, so that might turn some people off. But as someone who seems to have interest in card games but rarely plays them, this was not a waste of time at all.
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Опубликовано: 27 апреля
card city nights is a concept that shouldn't work, i should totally hate it for being too frustrating and overcomplicating TCGs - which are already overcomplicated

but i don't, it's actually really elegant in how it implements all its mechanics and i rarely feel as if i don't have a handle on how the game works

plus the music is great and the art is charming and the characters are all pretty fun; i was half-expecting this game to spew memes at me like a broken internet sewage-pipe but no gimmick or character outstayed their welcome and i never found myself getting annoyed by anyone i was made to deal with. it's punchy, it's self-aware without constantly having to remind the player of how self-aware it is, in short, it had enough personality where i didn't get bored but enough restraint to keep me from hating the presentation

this game really deserves online multiplayer, and i wish more people were into it so that the devs would have more of an impetus to make it so

what i'm saying is that you should play this game
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Опубликовано: 13 марта
A fun single player card game with a surprising amount of depth.
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20.8 ч. в игре
Опубликовано: 31 декабря 2015
If you enjoy an easy-going yet skill-based game, or if you enjoy the elements of both puzzles and trading card battles, I highly recommend 'Card City Nights.'

In 'Card City Nights', you fast travel through an island city with a chill, evening atmosphere, talking to comical NPCs, and battling them in a TCG for booster packs. In the card game proper, each player has a 3x3 card grid, and seven Defense Points. The goal is either to fill up your opponent's grid with occupied space, or decrease their Defense Points to zero.

Cards have three main categories: ATTACK, which can disable opponent cards, or damage your opponent's Defense Points; DEFENSE, which can increase your own Defense Points; and REVIVE, which can bring your disabled cards back into play.

The challenge of the game is that cards must be played in combos. Each card has a specific set of arrows which tell you where on the grid it can be placed for maximum efficiency, and cards in a combo must point to each other in order to be played. While some cards have multiple arrows, others only have one (some trick cards have none). They can also have additional effects such as rotation, teleportation, or extra damage, making gameplay interesting, unpredictable, and especially fun.

The game works in an almost Rock-Paper-Scissors type of balance, where a specific strategy you use for your deck to counter that of your opponent's will expose you to another vulnerability. Having the freedom to make your own deck allows you to explore and create your own combos. Each NPC uses a consistent strategy, making training accessible, but not simple-minded, since the variability of play is kept intact by the limited number of cards you're allowed to use at once. This could actually be printed as a physical card game, and I would invest in it without hesitation.

Personally, this game meets all my standards for a perfect single player game: completely replayable, expansive but not overwhelming, customizable, encouraging of practice, and a smooth, approachable mood shown through the art style, music and NPCs (I once spent a quarter hour just reading the funny lines of the gossiper at the city mall).

An online multiplayer mode would send my love for this game over the top, like a rocket that shoots through the sky and explodes, scattering its awesome rocket parts over the world. Seriously, game designers, if you're reading this: give 'Card City Nights' an online multiplayer mode, or the aforementioned physical card game.
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Опубликовано: 15 декабря 2015
This was pretty fun! The characters are awesome and the gameplay is smart, fast and simple enough. Deck building is interesting, but no deep strategy is actually needed, as the game is very easy, although it can be implemented,

I wasn't stuck in any battles for too long, the last battle has an incredibly big difficulty spike but even then I only had to try like 4 times.

It's a shame there's no multiplayer, a feel like that's a no-brainer.

Overall I'd say definetely worth a try, if it's on sale.

(But I got the impression there's a tablet version? If so, that one is probably better since touch controls would work perfectly.)
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I found it fun from the beginning through the post-game. As you progress, you can start building up bigger combos which is really fun. My advice is to focus on damage cards. Burn through your opponent's health as fast as possible.
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Well, this game was certainly a lot of fun. I for one love card games and in Card City Nights, I have to say, I was quite entertained and throughly enjoyed it. Initially, it was a bit uninspiring with the first few battles and trying to build my own deck. However, that quickly subsided as I progressed throughout the game and was presented with specific goals and opponents. The game itself is cheerful, and funny with a nice simple yet colorful design and aesthetic. The soundtrack is amazing as well, probably one of the best, if you like jazzy tunes. This is well worth the amount you'll pay for it (discount or not). Great casual card game to relax with.
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This is a cool magic the gathering card game-indie game in retro artistic style. its fun! not with friends though :/
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Опубликовано: 15 февраля 2014
Годная карточная игра, жаль мультиплеера нет.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFwVzP_UhF8
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Игры ночного города

Лёгкая расслабляющая музыка. Мегаполис. Ночь. Странные люди. Утконос. Вам предлагают сыграть в карты. И вы, конечно же, не можете отказаться.

Есть ли в Card City Nights ещё что-нибудь? Пожалуй, нет. А нужно ли это? Считаю, что ответ не изменится. Но карты уже разложены, поля расставлены — так действуйте! Вас не будут вводить в курс дела — вы и сами быстро разберётесь. Примите этот мир таким, какой он есть со всей его странной логикой.

Творение Ludosity сложно назвать очередной карточной игрой. Они смогли создать вокруг карт магию, культ, сделать их воздухом, которым дышат жители и гости нашего ночного города. Поэтому каждый из них непременно предложит сыграть с ним партию. И не одну. А истинных искателей приключений ждёт особое испытание, ведь где-то, в тёмных переулках и элитных заведениях в руках признанных мастеров лежат легендарные карты. И вы обязательно соберёте их. Если сильно этого захотите и приложите достаточные усилия.

А иначе здесь никак не выйдет. Новые друзья смогут дать вам бустер-паки, которые новыми картами откроют вам неизведанные тактические дорожки. А здешний способ ведения разговора, думаю, вы уже уяснили. Никто не будет ограничивать вас в выстраивании колоды, тем более что разнообразия в способе победы здесь предостаточно. Сильных противников в сумраке мегаполиса таится много, и каждый из них уникален. И каждый из них ждёт именно вас.

Сложно искать недостатки в Card City Nights, ведь со своей задачей, высказанной в названии, она справляется, бесспорно, хорошо. Можно винить её в малой длительности, отсутствии мультиплеера или однообразии. Но, исполни Ludosity ваши желания, Card City Nights перестала бы быть уютным прибежищем для всех, кто любит карты, миром, в который можно окунуться на пару вечеров и забыть о всех своих проблемах. Так что обязательно посетите наш город — незнакомцам здесь всегда рады.
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21 из 28 пользователей (75%) посчитали этот обзор полезным
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Опубликовано: 14 февраля 2014
Добротная карточная игра, в которой можно встретить персонажей вселенной Ittle Dew, да и нарисована в том-же стиле)

Всё стандартно: стол, собираем комбинацию из 3-х карт и ею стараемся одолеть противника (улучшая защиту, и не давая нанести удар по вам), присутствует прокачка колоды (с поверженных противников, либо в магазине).
Довольно красочная графика, добротный звук, неплохой геймплей (на любителя опять-же).
Из минусов: довольно неудобная система связи карт, к которой нужно привыкать, и отсутствие русской локализации

Смысл и завязка игры: собрать уникальную и мощную коллекцию карт побеждая боссов, для участия в супер-турнире и выиграть огромную сумму золотых монет)

Свою цену игра полностью отрабатывает! Смело можно брать с 50% скидкой уже сейчас)
(дак еще и наличие коллекционных карточек, которые вы можете продать, и еще существенно снизить затраты)

Могу порекомендовать игрушку, любителям таких игр как «Ironclad Tactics», «Talisman», и в какой-то мере
«Ticket to Ride» и «Faerie Solitaire»

Строго на любителя: 7/10

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Опубликовано: 14 февраля 2014
В отношение игры много не скажешь. Это обычная карточная игра … с картами Steam. Не более.

В визуальном плане игру назвать некрасивой нельзя, как впрочем, и утверждать обратное. Среднего качества картинка.
Геймплей вполне стандартный для подобного жанра.
Каких-то интересных новшеств у игры нет. Собираем карты, комбинируем их, боремся с соперниками...

Я вам так скажу: Card City Nights можно взять сейчас, с 51% скидкой. На пару часов она вас может и увлечёт. По крайней мере, даже если игра не придётся по душе, то набьёте карточек из неё. Ну а за полную стоимость я не рекомендую этот релиз.
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Очаровательная, несложная и при этом довольно увлекательная карточная мини-игра от создателей прекрасной Ittle Dew. Можно делать разные колоды с разными стратегиями, а можно по методу доктора Hearthstone собрать аггро и всех порвать без особых проблем (из полусотни матчей проиграл лишь два). Никаких микро-транзакций, всё по-честному.
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CARDS ONLY!!!
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Неплохая мини-игрушка, напоминающая Magic the Gathering.
Игра не только чисто карточная, но и с локациями, которые нужно исследовать.
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Опубликовано: 20 февраля 2014
Игра понравилась,нет ничего лишнего.Думаю все школьники собирали и играли в карточки,вот это чудесное подобие на пк.
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Дичь а не карточная игра! не конкурент Мотыге, Хартстоуну, Талисману и прочим
Сплошной анекдот, красочная, мультяшная, юморная и несерьезная.
Эдакий Манчкин только со своей вселенной, на часик затянет но не больше.
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Юморная карточная игра с персонажами из Ittle Dew
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Опубликовано: 25 февраля 2014
Со вселенной игры не знаком, игра совсем не понравилась... Играйте лучше в ХёртСтоун
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