Explode a kitten, attempt to control an unruly empire -- even challenge Finn and Jake to an "Adventure Time" card game. The best Android card games cover much more area than Vegas-style blackjack andmore
Explode a kitten, attempt to control an unruly empire -- even challenge Finn and Jake to an "Adventure Time" card game. The best Android card games cover much more area than Vegas-style blackjack and poker games.
You can build your deck, call on beasts, and cast spells in surprisingly fun and challenging Android card games.
Android's casino apps span Vegas-style games, such as slots, blackjack, poker, roulette, and bingo. Almost all of them, however, are free-to-play, and come with limits, such as letting you play a few hands a day. To play more daily hands, you need to make an in-app purchase.
In free-to-play card games, the developer makes a basic set of cards or abilities available to everyone to play. Then, to add cards to your deck or play more hands a day, you make in-app purchases, which run from 99 cents to $99.99 per item. In paid games, you pay upfront to download and play, usually 99 cents to $9.99. While some paid games like Reigns give you everything for one price, others -- such as Exploding Kittens -- offer in-app purchases to add cards.
In this feline version of Russian Roulette, play cards with up to five friends or strangers until something draws an Exploding Kitten card. Hours of fun!
In this card game (based on a card game Finn and Jake play in the cartoon series "Adventure Time"), you battle other "Adventure Time" characters. Call up creatures, cast spells, and fight your way to victory.
Sit on the throne of an unruly kingdom, managing affairs, suppressing uprisings, and unraveling plots. Each decision has a consequence.