4 Best Card-driven games

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The best 4 Card-driven games daily generated by our specialised A.I. comparing over 40 000 video games across all platforms for Android, PC Windows, Mac OS and Linux. The order in this selection is not absolute, but the best games tends to be up in the list.

The latest addition in this selection are Cultist Simulator: Anthology Edition released the 30 December 2019 and ranked #3, Eight-Minute Empire released the 4 September 2017 and ranked #1, Solar Settlers released the 21 July 2017 and ranked #4.

1# Eight-Minute Empire - 2017

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Players spread across the map in order to collect points at the end of the game by having majority control in regions and continents. - languages: English, German, Dutch, Polish, French, Spanish, Italian, Korean, Japanese, Chinese Traditional and Simplified, Russian.

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2# Infinite Tanks - 2016

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The game features an innovative card-driven building system, which allows players to mix, match and trade individual tank parts, including engines, bodies, tracks, turrets, mines, mortars, upgrades and obviously guns, to create an incredibly diverse array of powerful and versatile vehicles. Different environments, from sun scorched deserts to dense urban areas, with expansive space for gameplay and exploration.

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3# Cultist Simulator: Anthology Edition - 2019

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This bundle includes: - Cultist Simulator (all 110,000+ words of it) - The Dancer DLC (peel off your skin at an occult cabaret!) - The Priest DLC (martyr yourself in the name of St Agnes!) - The Ghoul DLC (consume the dead, and paint in memory!) - Cultist Simulator’s soundtrack (let the Mansus ooze into your ears)

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4# Solar Settlers - 2017

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Solar Settlers is a card-driven space exploration strategy game set in the far future. Our sun is on the verge of collapse and so mankind has taken to the stars aboard colony ships to seek out a new home.

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