Beautiful hand-drawn, dynamic and fast, strategic in the selection of cards and tactical in the “deck building” aspect. War of Omens Card Game has been released on Feb 19, 2019. The game was developed and published by Fifth Column Games. This card game combine deck-builder and CCG mechanics, featuring fast, strategic play and 3 different playable factions. Truly F2P, but with a lot of grinding required.
Here is all about the game from steam below
About This Game
War of Omens Card Game is a digital CCG/Deck-Builder hybrid card game featuring fast, strategic battles and four distinct, playable factions. It is a dynamic and very engaging deck building game that pulls almost all the things I love from the physical medium and brings it into the digital seamlessly.
War of Omens Card Game is a strategic card game set in a dark fantasy world, depicting the evolving political and military struggle between three distinct, warring factions. War of Omens combines elements from CCGs like Magic: the Gathering, Tyrant, or Pokémon and Deck-Builders like Dominion, Thunderstone, and Quarriors. We call this type of game a Collectible Deck-Builder.
Players will be able to collect cards and customize their decks, just like in CCGs, but as they sit down to play individual games of War of Omens Card Game they’ll be buying their cards from the bank each turn, as if they’re playing a deck-builder. Opponents in War of Omens will have their own, separate deck; there are no public cards. Players will be able to use their victories to earn new cards, expanding their options, unlocking new strategies, and building their collections over time.
War of Omens Card Game features four factions: the Daramek, the Vespitole, the Metris, and the Endazu. Each one of these factions is completely distinct: they look different, have different in-game mechanics, and have completely different, original storylines. Each faction also has four distinct heroes except for the Endazu who has one for now but other heroes will be released. These heroes differ not only in appearance, but in their special abilities that are utilized throughout gameplay. Even within a single faction, play styles and strategies vary wildly because of the differences between the three heroes. Some favor offense, while others favor defense. Each is designed to complement and enhance an aspect of their faction’s overall style and mechanics.
Because players can only choose one faction per battle, and because the factions play and feel so different from one another, favorite strategies and emergent gameplay are commonplace in War of Omens.
REFRESHINGLY CLEAR, REMARKABLY FUN
War of Omens Card Game features a unique deck building mechanic that enables you to do a multitude of actions per turn. Engage in fast-paced combat with other players. Collect, win, and craft cards to assemble a powerful deck to prove your dominion over your opponents.
CHOOSE YOUR FACTION
Play as the rich and ancient Vespitole, the ruthless and savage Daramek, the mysterious society known as Metris, or the reclusive and powerful Endazu. Each faction has their own heroes, their own cards, and their own unique play style. Play over 20 different unique heroes as you navigate the dark fantasy world of War of Omens Card Game.
- Unique deck building gameplay mechanic
- Competitive real-time (player vs. player) strategic combat
- Player vs. player draft tournaments
- 4 separate factions and over 24 heroes, each with their own special abilities
- All cards can be earned through play
- Rich story-driven campaign mode
- Beautiful hand-drawn and original artwork
Pros and Cons
-4 INCREDIBLY diverse factions
-several heroes with leanings towards different strategies
-cards in each faction that give you the sense of ultimate power/control
-a fair free to play model (everything is realistically within reach from free play)
-daily login bonuses that don’t reset when you miss a day
-fun solo or multiplayer modes
-tournament style that adds new heroes and mixes up factions
-buy, craft, and level cards
-the best ambiance/music for a card game that I have heard
-infinite combos (difficult but satisfying)
-the ability to have dozens and dozens of creatures in play
-surprisingly reanimated and responsive devs who are currently rebuilding the greatness of this game!!!
-a newbie in multiplayer is not going to be able to contend with a seasoned player because of upgraded cards in standard multiplayer matches
Here is the trailer on YouTube.
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