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In this video, Lilo reviews Mobile Game Card Crawlers!

It is another Mobile Monday! Lilo Nash picks out three mobile games to show you! Today the theme is card crawlers. Card Crawlers are a genre of the game described as a solitaire dungeon crawling and deck building game. You are given an avatar card and have to work through a deck of cards without dying. The deck usually consists of monsters, weapons, coins, and potions.

All of the games today are free! They also have minimal or no ads. The games are:

Dungeon Cards
Google Play:

This game has a 4.7 in the Google Play store. It is only available for Android devices. It is an arcade version of a card crawler.

Card Thief
Google Play:

This game has a 4.4 in the Google Play store and a 4.8 in the iTunes store. Card Thief is a new take on the classic card crawler.

Card Crawl
Google Play:

This game has a 4.3 in the Google Play store and 4.8 in the iTunes store. It won Pocket Tactic’s Card Game of the Year Award in 2015.

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19 thoughts on “Mobile Monday: Card Crawlers Reviews

  1. aww dungeon cards looked to be my favorite style. brings me back to the old school graphics, dungeon crawling(with cards instead) but i use apple lol. thanks for the shares lilo.

  2. judex says:

    It is very interesting that you explain the games really well , that way i don’t have to keep installing and uninstalling games before finding the right game. great job lilo.

  3. danesyfresh says:

    Card games are timeless even though a lot of games are being offered each day. The fact that it has minimal advertisements is also great because they can be pretty destructive

  4. moondebi says:

    I like the card games. They need patience to play, but at the end, pretty interesting to attain forward. From your description, it seems that card crawler would be my choice. Though I’f love to try others as well.

  5. I love card games! Now this reminds me that I haven’t played any card games in a long time.

  6. jolly555 says:

    I love card games,it always fun playing them.Will be trying out card thief this time around,it even better that it absolutely free.Will be playing it this weekend.

  7. gayanag says:

    I am a great fan of the card games like solitaire. It is interesting for me to know that there are more exciting card games. Thanks for the post.

  8. nnaemeka2016 says:

    I have played card crawl. I find the game fun while demanding. This is a good card game.

  9. titanierza says:

    Memory game huh? well I can play it to pass time in the long haul no!!! it gets old quick to be honest.

  10. rob3rtow says:

    I’m not a big fan of card games like these but if you’re saying they’re good… then I better give ’em a try! 😀 my muse speaks nothing but truth, after all

  11. Jen Mendoza says:

    Hey Lilo! Loved this video, I’m a huge fan of mobile games (I think they’re a great way to pass the time on my morning commute) and I’m open to trying out almost anything. I’ll probably check all of these out, especially Card Thief! Also, kudos for choosing free games with little to no ads–those pop-up ads really drive me crazy!

  12. My friends and I love to play Card Crawl. For the past few days, we’ve been playing it like crazy. It’s fun!

  13. Danielle says:

    Im glad dungeon cards works for android, it look very basic but fun to pl;ay, id like to try it

  14. joyce baumann says:

    All the games are fun and I believe worth playing but I just don’t like playing card games on a mobile device for the simple reason of I like the feeling of touching a real and actual playing cards.

  15. I have been looking for new card games to play and since I have an iPhone, I think I’m going to download and try out Card Thief and Card Crawl first. Definitely, looks like a good try with the indicated 4.8 ratings in iTunes store. Thank you very much!

  16. teamtahong says:

    I’m not that big fan of card crawler. I like card games on my phone but I prefer the classics.

  17. Hola again Lilo. So, card crawler huh? … for me games for cellphones are a big NO. They clog my phone and they eat up all my battery. So I don´t really play them. But, you just showed me a good alternative to kill some time when I´m doing nothing waiting for the train or the bus… I liked the last one better: Card Crawler. Is more like a real blackjack table game. I liked that. Anyway is good I am an android user. Gracias again for your reviews. They are always 5 out of 5 …. see what I did there? See?

  18. mchesk16 says:

    Thanks for making these picks fast and easy. I agree that simplicity is better for mobile games. I prefer to zone out to them without devoting much attention.

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