• Publisher: Michael Azzara
  • Genre: Card
  • Device: iPad
  • Size: 10.8 MB
  • Version: 1.516
  • Price: $1.99
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App description: "CardWarden really is amazing, every budding game designer should be using it."
- Chris Darden : Board Game Designer (Dungeon Roll).

- Pocket Tactics' Games of the Month: September 2013 -

** iPad 1 users, if you are experiencing problems launching the app, please see CardWarden.com for assistance.

The CardWarden allows you to create, import and play card games on your iPad!
Now you can take entire boxes of cards with you wherever you go.

Features Include:

Card importer to quickly and easily import any card image.
Supports pinch to zoom, rotate and pan gestures.
Manual controls for fine tuning scale and rotation of card images.
Access images from the iPad Photo Album or built-in camera.
Organize cards across 10 boxes for storage.
Store up to 1000 card images per box.
Adjustable back images supports multi-back and double sided cards.
Copy and paste entire contents of boxes including card images, decks and save games.
Unique Deck Editor requires that any card image be imported only once even if a game uses multiple copies.
Create decks by simply tapping card images.
Create up to 120 decks per box with 120 cards per deck.
Name and save decks.
Press and hold in the Deck Editor to preview card images.
Easily clear/remove cards from decks.
Built in Randomizer companion for playing physical card games.
Fully featured Game Table for playing games.
Play Online with Voice Chat.
Programmed with OpenGL for fast and smooth gameplay.
Easily add decks created in the Deck Editor.
Swipe across a deck to deal cards.
Touch and drag a single card or overlapping cards.
Touch and hold a deck to move it.
Cards can be dealt face up or face down.
Six sliding trays for storing cards offscreen for more space or multiplayer pass and play.
Multiple card scales for added real estate.
Tap cards to see a zoomed in image of the card.
Tap cards and decks for instant options to all major card playing functions including:
Flip (flip card/deck over)
Top To Bottom (move a single card to the bottom of a deck)
Shuffle (instantly shuffle a deck of cards)
Make Deck (turn one or several cards into a deck)
Destroy (remove a card/deck from play)
Rotate (turn a card/deck 90 degrees)
Add/Remove Tokens (add/remove white and red token values from cards)
Browse/Search decks for specific cards and simply drag them to the Game Table.
Double Tap to rotate cards/decks.
Drag cards to decks to add them to it.
Random Number Generator to simulate dice from min 2 (coin toss) to max 20 (d20).
Import custom images for new table surfaces.
Load music for a looping soundtrack.
Save and load games.
Auto-Save and more
09-09-2013, 07:22 PM
#41
Joined: Jul 2008
Location: Orlando, FL
Posts: 4,493
Video of Card Warden 1.5 features. Online play via Game Center and voice chat!


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10-09-2013, 12:09 PM
#42
My worry is how much space on my 16gig mini will a card game take. I dont really follow how you scan them in but it seems 1 option is to take a pic with you ipad, then import into the app from the camera roll. Sounds like you would use up a lot of space with a 300 card game. Please clue me in....
10-09-2013, 02:19 PM
#43
Joined: Jan 2011
Location: Forge World
Posts: 6,310
Quote:
Originally Posted by CaptLudd View Post
My worry is how much space on my 16gig mini will a card game take. I dont really follow how you scan them in but it seems 1 option is to take a pic with you ipad, then import into the app from the camera roll. Sounds like you would use up a lot of space with a 300 card game. Please clue me in....
I've got all my space hulk death angel cards imported (around 200 cards) and the app is about 90mb with them all in.
First I did take photos of all my cards and import them that way which works fine but the lighting wasn't very even on my cards so I ended up finding card scans online and putting them into my iPads photo library and using them like that which also works fine.
10-10-2013, 02:46 AM
#44
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Originally Posted by oooooomonkey View Post
I've got all my space hulk death angel cards imported (around 200 cards) and the app is about 90mb with them all in.
First I did take photos of all my cards and import them that way which works fine but the lighting wasn't very even on my cards so I ended up finding card scans online and putting them into my iPads photo library and using them like that which also works fine.
Thank you for the reply and spot on with the example! I am looking to buy a card game of some sort to play and that was one of the games i was looking at. Definitly going to google for scan images and go that route. I am also looking at the pathfinder base set which as like 500 cards in it but finding it hard to decide between the 2. Guess i will have to buy them both. Oh my poor wallet....
10-10-2013, 03:27 AM
#45
Joined: Jan 2011
Location: Forge World
Posts: 6,310
Quote:
Originally Posted by CaptLudd View Post
Thank you for the reply and spot on with the example! I am looking to buy a card game of some sort to play and that was one of the games i was looking at. Definitly going to google for scan images and go that route. I am also looking at the pathfinder base set which as like 500 cards in it but finding it hard to decide between the 2. Guess i will have to buy them both. Oh my poor wallet....
One thing I would say is that if your looking at space hulk it was a lot easier to learn how to play the game with the physical cards, I'm not sure I would have done it with this app.
I'd say this is more for when you already know how to play a game then you have it without all the mess but if your trying to learn how to play a game and how to move and rotate, flip etc all the cards with the app then it's going to be harder than it needs to be.
Just my opinion but I'd still buy the cards. (And good look searching it took me ages to find the scans)
12-03-2013, 06:34 PM
#46
Joined: Jan 2011
Location: Forge World
Posts: 6,310
Just had a few games of death angel while I'm waiting for space hulk tomorrow night, still love this app. It's had some good updates since the last time I properly played with it, now you can have tokens and place points on the cards.
Brilliant app.

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