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Cabals: Card Blitz

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BUILD THE PERFECT DECK TO WIN FAST, AUTOMATED CARD BATTLES

Cabals: Card Blitz is a free-to-play deck-building collectible card game in which you:

• Focus on pure, pristine deck-building
• Fight super fast 30-second auto-battles
• Choose your own path through a non-linear PvE map
• Fight in PvP matches without ever waiting for enemies
• Fuse existing cards to entirely new ones that can’t be bought
• Conquer strongholds and defend them against attackers

In Cabals: Card Blitz you pass an inter-dimensional portal to the world of Aea, a strange land of occult magic and steampunk-inspired technology. Your task is to discover powerful cards, build your deck and enter battle with the sinister creatures of Aea.

During your adventure, you will engage in a challenging loop of battling new enemies, developing fresh tactics, evolving your cards and re-tuning your decks to achieve victory.

DECK BUILDING AND BATTLES

Skillful deck building is crucial in Cabals: Card Blitz. The game features a wide array of stunning, HAND PAINTED CARDS to collect, each with their own unique powers and abilities. You’ll need to choose the right combination of cards to defeat different opponents, who all have their own battle strategies.

In battle, your cards are drawn automatically and face off against the enemy cards, introducing an exciting chance factor into a skill-based game. After a first battle, you’ll know your enemy’s deck. What’s the probability you should beat it with the correct combination of cards? How many battles should it take you to win?

Thanks to the speed slider in battle, you’re in control of how quickly the action happens. Crank it up to maximum for SUPER-FAST 30 SECOND BATTLES, or take it slower to focus on the abilities of your opponent. If you lose a battle, it’s back to the Deck Editor to re-tune your deck for a different strategy, and then leap back into the action.

As you collect more cards you’ll use the Anvil to evolve them, creating more powerful versions of your cards. And once you’ve unlocked CARD FUSION, your options expand dramatically, with super powerful new cards to be forged.

SINGLE PLAYER AND MULTIPLAYER MODES

Cabals: Card Blitz features a rich, single-player adventure mode alongside an instant multiplayer mode. Whether you want to focus on exploring Aea and discovering new cards or on taking on other players in PvP battles is entirely up to you.

In the single player mode, you will explore a map of the alternate world of Aea, a vast realm of scorching deserts, icy plains and lethal rain forests. You choose your own path through this world, unlocking new regions by completing battles. You can also conquer strongholds, which will generate daily rewards for you in the form of gold, new cards, and valuable gems. As you proceed through Aea the battles become progressively tougher, ensuring you always have a challenge to face.

The player versus player mode sits right alongside single player, so your deck and characters can be used in both. PvP mode in Cabals: Card Blitz is designed to guarantee you always have opponents to face, as you can play against offline rivals. This means NO WAITING around in lobbies for invitations to be accepted, or disappointment if other players drop out of battle halfway through. PvP mode is a great way to test out your deck, earn gold, and climb the leaderboard. And, if another player challenges your deck and you win, you pick up rewards as well!

WHO IS THE GAME FOR?

• CCG PLAYERS who enjoy the challenge of learning about card abilities and building powerful decks
• RPG PLAYERS who relish levelling up their characters and fighting weird creatures
• ADVENTURE GAMERS who love exploring unique universes and appreciate beautiful artwork
• MULTITASKERS! The fastest CCG in the world is the perfect filler/side game for busy players.
• YOUR DOG. Everyone knows dogs love CCGs.

THE FUTURE OF CABALS: CARD BLITZ

Cabals: Card Blitz is the latest game from Finnish developers Kyy Games and is a follow-up to their critically-acclaimed 2009 release Cabals: Magic & Battle Cards, which earned a hardcore following of CCG fans. Although set in the same universe, the gameplay is very different, with Cabals: Card Blitz leaning far more into deck building strategy and exploration.

As a well-established games developer, Kyy are committed to the long-term future of Cabals: Card Blitz and will regularly add new cards, heroes, map regions, events and other features. We’re excited about welcoming the Steam Community into the world of Cabals: Card Blitz. We hope you enjoy this fresh and entirely new take on CCG gaming!
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Developer
Kyy Games
Publisher
BISBOG SA
Age rating
Not rated
Website
https://cabals.bisbog.com

System requirements for PC

Minimum:
  • OS: Windows XP SP2+
  • Processor: 2.33GHz or faster x86-compatible processor, or Intel Atom™ 1.6GHz or faster processor for netbook class devices
  • Memory: 512 MB RAM
  • Graphics: 128MB DirectX 9.0c compatible video card
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 200 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Cabals: Card Blitz reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from French
Free game but with microtransactions that facilitates the progression... Nice strategy game that takes off as a bit the traditional card game: the battle! You build your deck and that's all: chance takes care of everything! So even with a powerful deck you can take a scraped if the cards fall at the wrong time (in 80% of cases loool) interest: 10/20 (due to microtransaction) realization: 12/20
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Microsoft from French
Not very training, little control, the game in itself solo passes gently even if it's 4/5 pure luck. PvP of course is an infamous dark dung, automatically dismantled by characters ever more high in bulk useless even trying since there is no balance system it will be the one who pays the most to have the best cards that WINS, so at final rather pay to win. so if the drawings are not fancy the game remains average to the maximum have tends to say that it is the mix maps and clicker. brief not folichon and downright suited to play on your laptop than anything else, tactical level is zero. deleted game
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Cabals: Card Lightning is a Free-to-Play Card Tactics Game. The Game focuses on PvE Mode, the PvP can actually be completely neglected, as the "Tactics" of the Game remain solely on the Assembly and Further Development of Card decks. The Game uses a rather rudimentary told steampunk comic story as a Background. We put together a Deck and compete against AI Opponents, the Fights themselves then run automatically. From the Map design and the Unfortunately only slightly hinted story I like the game, the Game System itself I think is cheese and given Away potential, actually a pity around the Game. Overall, a nice Click around for in Between with very nicely made cards. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D37OK8fGMJk
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Microsoft from French
A free game? a pay to win in reality, because if you want a little advance, you will have to acquire Anvil to upgrade your card. For this I made a minimum investment of €5, but in the end it is €5 to waste. There is no strategy in the fights, the cards come out of your deck randomly and suddenly the outcome of the fight becomes very random. It is on that programming a powerful AI would have been too complicated for the developers, instead they opted for the pure chance, it's so much simpler! 80 to 90% of the playing time is used for the up grad of the cards, so it is a game to play in the background at the same time as another game. Some combat against the AI makes appear in the deck of it, gold cards, which one is unable to procure. We would also have liked to have a card exchange between players, that is missing. There seems to be more bugs disappearing maps in the inventory. I looked good, I do not really find any positive elements, and yet I played there by 117h, finally I should overcharged say that the game was in the background for about 117h while I was playing another game, my actual time on this game not in front more than 2 or 3 hours
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