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Positive (33 reviews) - 87% of the 33 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Jun 5, 2015

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The Orange Deck

The Orange Deck adds 100 really geeky cards to Superfight. From sci-fi to fantasy to comic book nerdery, this deck takes Superfight to your mom's basement like never before.

The Red Deck

The Red Deck adds one hundred really terrible and likely offensive cards to Superfight.

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About This Content

Only the host needs to own this DLC.

Superfight is the viral card game sensation in which players use cards to create ridiculous characters, and then argue about who would win in a fight.

Included decks:



  • 500 Card Core Deck - This is the main starter deck for Superfight.
  • The Blue Deck - 100 location cards that give settings for the fights ranging from space stations, to oceans of gelatin, to the inside of a volcano.
  • The Purple Deck - 100 scenario cards that add hazards and conditions to the fights such as kitten stampedes, land mines, and opposite day.
  • The Walking Dead Deck - 100 cards inspired by Robert Kirkman’s hit comic book series. All of your favorite survivors and villains are here, along with the darkest set of attributes yet.
  • The Anime Deck - 100 cards inspired by your favorite anime. From Pocket Monsters, to Titans, to Sailor Scouts, this deck is ready to raise your fights to a new level of insanity, the kind you can only find in Japan.
  • The Challenge Deck - 100 new victory conditions for your fights. Instead of fighting to the death, now you can argue about who would win at Football, Quidditch, or The Game of Thrones. Never have the same fight twice!
  • The Green Deck - 100 kid-friendly cards. From fairy tales to cartoons to food weapons, this deck will add some good clean and sometimes messy fun to your game. Don't be fooled by the subject matter; this deck has some very powerful cards.

System Requirements

Windows
Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    Minimum:
    • OS: XP
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Integrated
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: OS X 10.6
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Integrated
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    Minimum:
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Integrated
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
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Overall:
Positive (33 reviews)
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Crythorn
Posted: August 14
Great fun game.
You ask why do i say dont buy then? simple, they brought out a steam standalone version that is superior, with packs you cant buy on tabletop version. TT version will be left to rot. (i did contact them to ask if they was adding the missing packs... i got ignored)

(edit: ok i changed my review after the update, seems they are adding new content now! still dosent have some of the micro con packs or the pop pack, but i take it. new packs to now play with friends with.
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iiwik
Posted: July 28
Friends not included
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DrFetid
Posted: May 22
Very funny group game where your comic book geekyness actually helps.
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Lashie
Posted: May 17
Good times with your friends. Bring on all the meta knowledge!
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Dex
Posted: May 17
Worth it.
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SoulSkeemer
Posted: May 9
awesome game
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Almega
Posted: May 5
If your the kind of person who enjoys debating questions like who would win a fight between Superman and Batman this game is basically that but kicked up to absurd levels. The fun to be had is proportional to your imagination and creativity. Which is to say very fun. It's also very simple. My seven year old daughter loves playing it.

On that note, I would definitely buy he green deck if you released it... (not so subtle hint).

Also, I wish the Devs would revisit this and find a fun way to liven up the environment.

Highly recomend!
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PsySnek
Posted: January 19
An old guy and a ghost in giant mechs fight in space. It's a stalemate cause the ghost can't do anything and can't get hurt, then the old guy has a heart attack cause he's in space fighting a ghost. Ghost wins.

Best card game I've ever played.
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Jacky McJacksonface
Posted: January 14
Great game, so much fun! Especialy convienient when you have online friends so you can't play the physical game. Also, aside from $20 for TTS, its much cheaper than the physical game too.
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Slippy
Posted: January 5
Awesome game, lots of fun ... even when playing with online weirdo's and /or strangers.
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12 of 14 people (86%) found this review helpful
11 people found this review funny
Recommended
Posted: July 28
Friends not included
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78 of 95 people (82%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
Recommended
Posted: June 5, 2015
Attention:
Great DLC but...
It can be better if they make it like UNO on the Xbox 360 where the one person owns the deck can start a lobby for any one to join in and play.
Update:
The awsome devs at Berserk Games really listen to their fanbase and finally made the dlc hostable for people that don't own it by buying the unlimited edition of Superfight. Great idea and still cheaper then buying the physical edition. So buy it now!!!!
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74 of 99 people (75%) found this review helpful
25 people found this review funny
Recommended
Posted: June 6, 2015
Hey everyone. I am the creator of Superfight. So I am clearly biased in this review, but it's worth saying that I think they did a great job recreating my game. Thanks, Berserk!
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19 of 25 people (76%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: June 8, 2015
A good priced and fun dlc the real board game is like 10X this amount so its good.
only dissapointing this is everybody needs it to play also they just added it where you can buy a copy called unlimited where not everyone needs it.
this is great and fun and hilarious. would reccomend 10/10
totaly worth it no regrets
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14 of 17 people (82%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: June 27, 2015
I upgraded to the Unlimited Edition so I could host the game for my friends, so unless your friends want to buy the $5 version for each player, I suggest you do the same. It's a much better solution. Thanks to Berserk Games for listening to the fans!

Anyway, onto the actual review. Superfight is a card game about random fighters with random super powers or super problems fighting to the death. To determine who wins, you and everyone else in the fight has to argue who would win in the fight. It's pretty simple when you get right down to it, but leaving the decisions to players who are biased can lead to problems. Try to use logic instead of bias.

The game starts with the youngest player first (like a lot of kid-friendly board games). Once the game starts, each player in order draws 3 Black cards, which are Effects, and 3 White Cards, which are Characters. You only get to choose 1 of each from your hand, then you discard the rest unless some cards say otherwise. Then, you draw 1 Black card from the Black card deck and add that to your fighter. You don't get to choose whether or not you keep it. After all that is when the fighting begins! You and the other players debate on which fighter would be able to successfully win in the battle based on their natural, supernatural, and otherwise aquired abilities. The winner gets a point and keeps their fighter for the next round.

Some of the Character cards can be the Mario Brothers, Stephen Hawking, and any Comic Book character you can think of. Some of the Effect cards can be "No Legs", "Armed with a Portal Gun", "Has an Infinite Sausage Lasso", etc. Some pretty extravagant and random things to be had for sure.

There are some rule variants, which is nice, but I haven't tried them yet. There's also a Blue deck with Locations, and a Purple deck with Scenarios. I haven't used those either, but you can play them before or after people make their Superfighters.

All together, I find this game to be enjoyable, but you'll probably need more than 2 people to enjoy it at its best. I unfortunately only have a few friends with Tabletop Simulator, and I was only able to test with 2 players. I still recommend it if you want a good debate-based card game about random things though.
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17 of 24 people (71%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: June 6, 2015
Its a very fun card game and well worth the price its asked but if you feel a little eh about buying a paid mod as i call it theres dozens of board games to choose from on the workshop but this is a really fun dlc and i love it 9.5/10 perfect game with friends
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8 of 10 people (80%) found this review helpful
Recommended
Posted: June 16, 2015
Bought while 50% off (Unlimited) It's worth every penny of the $10, so much fun can be had, even with randoms once you explain the game. This is like a mixture of cards against humanity and story wars, more or less the perfect mix, I can't recommend it enough.
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10 of 14 people (71%) found this review helpful
7 people found this review funny
Recommended
Posted: September 27, 2015
Well, IMO you REALLY need someone to play this with, Mic encouraged, and a good ammount of immaturity helps!

whens the other decks getting ported over?
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12 of 19 people (63%) found this review helpful
9 people found this review funny
Recommended
Posted: November 22, 2015
Super game.
Uber graphics
Perfect DLC
Excited to play
Really good
Fantastic
Intelligent (or idiotic)
Great game
High resolution makes it better
Terrific
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20 of 35 people (57%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Recommended
Posted: June 5, 2015
I bought this even though I don't necessarily have people to play it with yet. Why? Because I feel like we need to support this sort of thing and $5 is pretty cheap considering the phsyical copies of these games run around $45 for the cheaper ones, of which this is one. People complain about everyone needing to buy the DLC to play it, but that just makes sense. Even if 8 of your friends bought it you still haven't reached the price of the physical edition. It lets you share in the cost of the game, be able to play it more conveniently online with people who can't come over to your house for game night, and there's no clean up.

But seriously, we should support these efforts to supply paid DLC. Companies are finally doing something we always ask them to do... learning to work within the system instead of trying to shut it down. They are allowing their games to be sold through Tabletop Simulator instead of suing them to censor it. I think we'd all rather see that happen than not.

Edit: So I just played a couple hours of it and the implementation is done really well AND it comes with two expansion decks which clock in at $15 a piece for the physical decks. So that's $75 worth of game for $5. 15 people would have to buy it to make up for that price. And again, I think it's even better than the physical just for the convenience. If your friends don't want to shell out $5 then gift it to them. It's still cheaper than it would be if you had to buy it off Amazon.
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