Grrrrrrrrreat game! Finished the entire story (which includes post-game events) in roughly 15 hours. Story follows the courageous attempt of "SpacePirate", aiming to be the best card player in the city. Comparable to Pokemon games, in a way. Rather than collecting gym leader badges to reach the elite four, you're collecting legendary cards to battle the Card King.
Game is fairly straight forward, though not as casual as it may seem. You travel from location to location in seek of information for legendary cards. Each victory earns you gold and a booster pack which may contain a common, special or rare card. There's a variety of different booster packs, which further adds to the gameplay and replay value if you intend on building your deck around a specific type or card. Legendary cards pack unique abilities, further adding to the variety of options available. You can also buy or merge cards to create your ideal deck - Whether that be an all out offensive deck (which is what I used), defensive, deck burner, healer, focused on a combination deck, or various other combinations. Storage space of 6 decks, with minimum 25 and maximum 40 cards.
Gameplay is also fairly straight forward, though the battle phase is not like your average trading card game where each card has an attack and defence point, but rather connecting card arrows to form an attack, defence, heal, and so on. Victory is earned by either depleting the opponent defence points, burning their deck, or forcing them into filling up their playing board by stunning cards or hoping they can't match anything. Very formidable opponents late game, including some challenges early on when trying to understand the type of deck you want to build and the cards to include in this construction.
Visuals are both charming and delightful. Several cards and characters, from my understanding, are characters from the Ludocity franchises - Including Ittle Dew. No complication in terms of settings and adjustment. The game in general is very accessible and user-friendly. Soundtrack is a mixture of beautiful jazz and hip-hop.
Overall: A very charming and delightful card game topped off by a remarkable soundtrack. Definitely recommended, especially for that asking price! :]