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It's a card war! Deck out your army and claim territory in this blend of the classic card game, War, and Risk-like strategy. Battle cunning card foes across 20+ maps and knock their houses flat. Have Fun!
Use your mouse to play this free online game. Click, drag-and-drop cards. To attack drag-and-drop from your province toward the neighboring enemy one. To move your garrisons from one of your provinces to another use drag-and-drop technique, too. To rearrange your cards click your province to open the sorting table and drag-and-drop the cards on it. To sort them quickly in the ascending or descending order click the quick sorting button on the province. Every province can attack only once per turn. And if the province received the reinforcement from the neighboring one, its move is over as well. So, when you are out of moves press the "Next Turn" button in the top left corner of the screen. As the turn ends you receive additional cards, one per controlled province. The maximum number of the cards allocated to a province is 7.
The battle in the Cards Wars is the series of single card combats from the attacker's and the defender's decks. The attacking card wins only if it's stronger than the defending one. The cards go to battle one-by-one. In every combat the lost card is destroyed, and the victorious one looses one point of its value. The side which lost 50% of its initial cards retreats. If it is the defender who lost the battle and there's no ways to retreat, the rest of his cards are destroyed. The picture cards are stronger than the number ones. They are (in the ascending order): Jack, Queen, King, Ace, Joker. The Joker is a unique and powerful card. It can defeat an ace. The Joker takes on the value of the card it defeats.
In most cases you'll use the descending sorting to arrange your cards before battle. But the wise move is to attack the top card from the enemy deck not with your strongest card, but with the smallest card, which is yet stronger than the defender. If you have a stack made of mostly weak cards, you can sort it in the ascending order and send to a suicidal attack. This will weaken the enemy deck and provide the useful information about the enemy inner cards. Try to surround enemies to destroy their major forces with one strike. Playing against multiple opponents, pay attention to the game statistics. Don't let any of them to grow too strong. Sometimes you may want to postpone killing your current.
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