Outcast Odyssey is a deep and fun card battler that launched back in October on iOS and Android.
There are more than 300 cards to collect over the course of the game, all of which can be evolved and fused to increase their power. Figuring out the best combination of these cards is key to building a strong deck.
You’ll need to master a collection of special abilities if the ultimate deck is what you’re looking for. These help you out in a bind, and can be combined for greater effect.
Once you’re satisfied with your deck, you can test it out in PvP against enemy players. This is located in the arena, where you can also join a guild and make new friends to play with.
There’s also a lengthy single player campaign, with a whopping 40 islands to battle your way across. Each of these contains hidden treasure and unique enemies.
If you’re into dungeon crawlers, you’ll be excited to learn that Outcast Odyssey contains elements of those. There’s a challenging dungeon on every island which nets you plenty of rewards if you can beat the boss at the end.
You can earn even more rewards by completing achievements. These are spread throughout every aspect of the game and you’ll earn some cool badges for completing them.
Blizzard’s take on the collectible card genre, Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, has just been released on App Store for iPad.
Hearthstone mines Blizzard’s popular World of Warcraft series as inspiration for its wolrd and characters. The depth of the franchise’s lore ensures hundreds of different cards from which to build your deck, each with their own rules and art.
The various card combinations offer a vast array of tactical options for CCG fans, while anyone who has played WoW will have a convenient shorthand for many of the individual card’s rules.
Battles can be fought against other players, or against computer-controlled heroes from the WoW universe. Winning matches will unlock new cards, letting you build your deck and develop new tactics to aid in future victories.
If you are already playing Hearthstone on PC, then you will be happy to hear that the new iPad version will sync with your Battle.net account. This will allow you to transfer deck back and forth between your iPad and PC, letting you continue your game on the go.
Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft is available for free now for iPad on the App Store. It’s pretty good, so we suggest you take a look.
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