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The Best Mobile Card Games for 2022

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For some, the best Android card games are the ultimate way to relax. Killing time on your morning commute or unwinding at the end of your day playing cards can now all happen on your phone, which is fantastic. You can play solo games, connect with friends or random online opponents over classic card games, or dive into fantasy card games of every kind.
Here are some of our favorites now available for mobile devices.
Number 1, Ascension.
Ascension is a deck-building game designed by a small team of Magic: The Gathering tournament champions. The game is available as a physical card game, and in this digital version, you can play it on your phone.
Numbr 2, Card Thief.
Stealth is the name of the game in Card Thief. You play a thief who must sneak their way through a deck of cards collecting treasure while avoiding detection.
Number 3, Evil Apples: You Against Humanity.
This unofficial mobile version of Cards Against Humanity or Apples to Apples lets you play online anytime.
Number 4, Exploding Kittens .
Exploding Kittens is a game created by Matthew Inman, the brilliant artist behind The Oatmeal. The game’s goal is to force your opponents to draw cards until they pull an Exploding Kitten card.
Number 5, Gin Rummy.
This game lets you play Gin Rummy on the go against 15 different levels of CPU opponents. This is one of those classic card games I fondly remember from childhood. This game runs beautifully on any device, and it’s one that I highly recommend.
Number 6, Gwent.
If you’ve read some of my other roundups, you knew this one was coming! Gwent is my absolute favorite card game on Android, mostly because I’m a massive fan of The Witcher universe.
Number 7, Hearthstone.
Hearthstone needs little introduction. It’s a popular card-battling game set in the World of Warcraft universe that more or less ushered in the free-to-play online digital collectible card game genre.
Number 8, Legends of Runeterra.
Hearthstone was bound to have a big competitor, which turned out to be Legends of Runeterra. This collectible card game functions similarly to Hearthstone, except it’s set in the League of Legends universe. It’s a 1v1 game where your goal is to deplete your enemy’s health pool.
Number 9, Magic the Gathering.
One of our era’s most iconic card games, Magic the Gathering, is having a renaissance thanks to its foray into the digital world with Magic: the Gathering Arena.
Number 10, Microsoft Solitaire Collection.
Microsoft single-handedly made Solitare a household name by including it with every version of Windows since 1990. You can now keep yourself distracted on the go with the Microsoft Solitaire Collection, which includes the iconic Klondike version along with Free Cell, Spider, Tri Peaks, and Pyramid. Sure brings you back
Number 11, Nova Island.
Debuting exclusively for mobile devices in late 2021, Nova Island is a captivating PvP deck builder that gives free-to-play a good name. With no ads and monetized solely through cosmetic in-app purchases,
Number 12, Reigns.
Reigns is a single-player card-based game where you play as a monarch and make decisions that affect four aspects of the kingdom: the church, the people, the army, and the royal wealth.
Number 13, Shards of Infinity.
In my opinion, another deck builder, Shards of Infinity, is a beautiful card game with a really cool premise. Designed for 2-4 players, you earn cards as you go and make the best of the situation. That also means that not every game will be the same, which is something that you want in a game like this.
Number 14, Shelter Free.
Shelter Free combines deck-building card games and castle defense strategy. You wake up to find that the world is overrun with zombies, and you have to continuously fight them off to make your way out of the danger zone.
Number 16, Slay the Spire.
If you’ve missed the boat on one of the best card-based games released in the past few years, I am pleased to introduce you to Slay the Spire.
Number 17, Star Realms.
Simplicity is the name of the game here with Star Realms. The premise is wicked easy to understand, the gameplay is a breeze, yet there’s plenty of room for anyone who enjoys deckbuilding games to have fun.
Number 18, Uno.
Uno! was a game night staple in my household growing up, as I’m sure was the case for millions of families. It’s a cultural icon at this point. It follows Crazy Eights rules where your goal is to get rid of all your cards by playing the same color or suit as the last card played.
Number 19, Yu-Gi-Oh
Despite being an older game, Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links holds up pretty well in today’s landscape. Given that it’s supported by Konami, I never held much hope for it, but I was proven wrong. Sure, monetization is typical for card games, but the gameplay is quite good.

And if we missed any games the please mention them on the comments
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  1. How da hell Microsoft solitaire and gwent are on the same list? The text to speech is very distracting.

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