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Best ccg online browser games

1.Animation Throwdown: TQFC

with in-app purchases

Your favorite show's characters get their card renditions in this collectible trading card game! Hundreds of cards are waiting for you, which will have to be combined with another to unleash amazing powers and abilities.

  • Rachel Zhao

    by Rachel Zhao

    You know its gon be great when your fave cartoon characters gather together to beat the crap out of each other (in a card game, of course). Still, its interesting to watch and I might get my friends to play this one as well.

2.Hearthstone

with in-app purchases

Hearthstone is a card game available for different platforms like Android, iOS, Mac, and Windows. Players can collect cards, prepare your deck, and battle it out with other players. This card-based game is set in the Warcraft universe. 

  • Barbara Ellis

    by Barbara Ellis

    WoW for cheap people. I'm happy that they have a card name now. As a fan of the WC lore and card games in general, I'm ecstatic that this game exists. Kinda like WoW, but simpler and more heart-nervousness-inducing due to the unpredicatbility of your More

3.Duelyst

Free download

Duelyst is a turn-based strategy game developed by Counterplay Games Inc., released on August 23, 2016. This game features tactical battlefield that requires players to position their units and manage their resources efficiently.

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  • Wayne Chen

    by Wayne Chen

    Fan of this game ever since. Great to have this online and play all the time

4.Age of Rivals

Paid: $3.99

Age of Rivals is a strategy board game which features a variety of cards which can be used to battle against your opponents, ranging from fighting units to economy-boosting perks. The game is available for Android devices and browsers.

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  • Kevin Yi

    by Kevin Yi

    Card games + Board games = Perfection. It's got me hooked in just a span of 2 days and I've progressed so much! The online play is cool as well, lets me beat other players in cojmpetitive play :D

5.Card Hunter

Free download

Card Hunter is a 2D hybrid of a trading card game and a tabletop RPG, mixing the elements together. The game features a Game Master guide and can be played on a browser.

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  • Tyler Delgado

    by Tyler Delgado

    Playing this game made me relive my time when i used to play tabletop rps with my older siblings as a kid, this one is just like those times, but with more features which made me adjust my strategies and made me think. I love games which can make me  More

6.SolForge

With in-app purchases.
This free-to-play collectible card game combines deep strategy and amazing battles. Build your deck wisely, as you will have to play many enemies, including your own friends in the multiplayer mode. 
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  • Nicolás Anaya

    by Nicolás Anaya

    The name made it sound like a bad bootleg of Soulforge, but im glad i gave it a shot because it managed to keep me busy for a couple of hours or so. Funny at times, but thrilling most of the time. Deffo going to be addicted to this, 100 per cent sure More

7.Ederon

Free download

Ederon is a 2D trading card game which can be played on a browser, which features at least 1000 unique cards, which caters to different playstyles and strategies. The game also allows players to battle against other players online.

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  • Michael Kong

    by Michael Kong

    The variety of cards in this game is insane! So many to choose from and fits almost every other playsytle I've tried out, and I've realized that each has its own pros and cons, like a more badass and complicated game of rock-paper-scissors!

8.Copia

Free download

Copia is a card-based, free-to-play RPG game which can be played on a browser. The game's plot revolves around the races of Landrea and their peaceful coexistence which is set to be disrupted by the invasion of the demonic horde.

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  • Yao Yan

    by Yao Yan

    Haven't seen a combo of an RPG and a card game and I have to say, I love it. It's cute and addicting at the same time. The graphics are also nostalgic and brings me back to simpler times

9.Urban Rivals

Free download
Build your deck and play in up to seven different game modes in this collectible card game. There are tons of challenging missions, where you will have to outwit all your opponents from 27 different clans. 
  • Chris Tang

    by Chris Tang

    The different game modes which can cater to your card choices is interesting and theres never a dull moment with it. it doesnt get boring fast unlike the other games similar to it

WHAT'S THE MEANING?

A collectible card game (CCG) is a kind of strategy game that consists of designed sets of playing cards. The cards used in these games usually consist of artwork or images that depict fantasy, horror or other themes. These cards also contain text which is used as part of the game's strategy.

DID YOU KNOW?

The existence of collectible card games started around 1993. It was branded as a new kind of card game. What differentiated it from earlier card games was that a player needed to buy cards separately. Players first needed to buy starter decks and then buy booster packs to expand their selections. Magic: The Gathering is considered the first collectible card game. Many game creators have tried to emulate its success and it served as the prototype for future CCGs. During the 2000s, the CCG market has continued to expand. It took a turn in the years 2001 and 2002 as the CCG trend was shifting towards existing franchises. Cartoons, movies, television, and books influenced the creation of CCG games. Examples are Harry Potter, LOTR and Yu-Gi-Oh!, to name a few. Collectible Card Games have also adapted with technology as it has shifted to online gaming such as browser TCGs, also known as browser trading card games. Recent years have also seen the rise of CCG games on Android like Naruto card game apps and other platforms, as well as its presence in online browser games. The trend of CCG seems to be riding with the times and its end is nowhere to be seen. 

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