5,000 - 10,000 downloads

  • Fresh yet thoughtful gameplay
  • Beautiful "Western" hand-drawn artwork
  • Animations and cutscenes could be better
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Expert's Review

"Rise for the Deck Lord"

Reviewed by / Nov 06, 2013

A new collectible card game

Collectible Card Games have been all the rage since the first smartphones, and it can be considered nowadays an exhausted, abused and overused genre. Fortunately, there are who dare to gather the ashes and revive it gathering the very best of each world.

Furthermore, several features that were considered as a given as anime artwork and one button tapping quests have been replaced for a more balanced and understandable gameplay, which you can't imagine how much is appreciated this far into the CCG timeline. An enjoyable solo campaign mode ices it up.

Hand-drawn artwork is gorgeous and thankfully not as extravagant and flowery as its Eastern counterparts. On the other hand, animations and cutscenes could have been far more elaborate.

Anyway, a fresh breeze of air in a foul and barren genre as are CCGs.

Tags: appszoom, decromancer.

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AppsZoom 11/06/13 “A fresh breeze of air in a foul and barren genre as are CCGs.”

148Apps 11/06/13 “Between a varied set of cards, the hand-drawn art style, and neat battle system, there’s a lot to like about Decromancer”

Super Game Droid 11/06/13 “The games gorgeous hand-drawn graphics, a truly captivating storyline, and a highly addictive style of gameplay make Decromancer an absolute must download.”

What would happen if all species were as intelligent as humanity? Find out in Decromancer, the tactical battle card game that puts you at the core of a whirlwind adventure across an epic single player campaign!

Help a friendly Diplomat return to her people by battling your way through enemy territory. Build your deck and find the best formation to earn yourself victory in these troubling times.

▶ Command an army of hand-painted cards, each with their own tactical advantages and special abilities.
▶ Explore a large, beautifully illustrated open world.
▶ Outmaneuver your opponents in deep turn-based combat, requiring forethought and strategy.
▶ Cast powerful spells to turn the tide of battle.
▶ Unlock new cards as you progress to supplement and improve your army.

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Recently changed in this version

We've introduced:
- Elite Cards! Now, after a battle you may allocate Elite points to a card of your choice that survived the battle
- Everyplay, so now you can share your battle experiences.
- Dungeons!
- Unique cards! You now get a random chance to purchase a new card after a successful battle
- New cards!

For full patch notes please visit our blog

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  • (67)

    by HARD COR on 09/04/2014

    Story is great. Game play is unrivaled. You don't need to wait hours or days for stamina or mana like many games. One of the best and most addicting games I've played. I do have one big complaint tho. Update the game and add more content.... Continue the

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    by Hunter Hansen on 06/04/2014

    It can a very enjoyable game at times but seriously you seriously need to make it easier to level up early on! It can be so annoying grinding the same foes over and over again...and really? Sudden death? It's never useful sincen the only time you'll see i

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    by derrick gilbert on 05/04/2014

    Why is there sudden death? It really can mess up a battle. Was fighting the rat king and almost had him but sudden death ruined it. Thx

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    by Lynlyn Muzonez on 02/04/2014

    Its a very addictive game I hope you unlock more of the chapter's with greater cards

  • (67)

    by Brent Mason on 29/03/2014

    Lots of fun. Fresh full of new ideas.

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    by jaden cochran on 24/03/2014

    This game is great , and I love everyone who helped make it. Everything is balanced, and I love that I don't find myself waiting for the accursed energy bar, or have to pay money to continue playing. Thank you and keep up the good work, I'm gonna go play

  • (67)

    by Rory Haynes on 23/03/2014

    I found this game after card city nights left me wanting more. A slow start, and being dubious of the IAP, it took me a while before I actually devoted time to it. But when I did, I loved it. It's the game I always wished Orions had been. The IAP is utter