Dark Abyss


Dark Abyss's review

by Peter Warrior

A CCG themed in a dark fantasy world

  • Amount of cards and quests
  • Usual flaws of the genre
  • Loadings everywhere

"It's darker than it first looked like"

Dark Abyss is a collectible card game in which you have to ally and defeat other dark summoners in a gloomy fantasy setting full of monsters and other creatures born from nightmares. Game starts with a spectacular intro and after logging in (either through Facebook or a regular email address) you dive into the tutorial to learn the basics of the game. You'll discover that this game is split into two main parts: dungeon exploring, little less than a series of tap to advance, tap to attack incoming enemies and tap to ally (or not) wandering players; and the card game itself, when cards are evolved, traded or discarded. To make things more varied, there are three main decks or factions, namely Despair, Sin and Rage with different cards.

Whether you like the artwork or not, this game is quite gloomy, not only regarding its theme, but also because its user interface might be a little bit annoying if you aren't used to this kind of UIs. Animated battles are of animated GIF quality, indeed over average in comparison to other similar games (it may seem a contradiction, but it isn't).

In the end, there's plenty of CC Games. This is a good choice, perhaps not the best for newcomers, but it's adequate.

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by Peter , Appszoom

Apr 10, 2013

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