★ TouchArcade needs your help. Click here to support us on Patreon.
App description: "World War II: TCG" is a free-to-play collectible card game based on the events of World War II. Create your own Army Decks with Tanks, Infantry or Aircrafts and increase your firepower with powerful weapons and strategic orders!

-= FEATURES =-
- Single player fictional campaign (more than 100 missions)
- Online / Offline PvP Mode
- Deck builder
- 5 Factions and over 700 cards
- Strategic and dynamic gameplay
- Become the ultimate General!

World War II: TCG has a single player mode consists of 170 WW2 missions starting as a soldier and progressing through different battlefields and distributed in 10 campaigns based on historical military events from World War II.

There are three major types of cards in World War II TCG Units, Items and Orders. Every card is based on historical World War 2 units and weapons (e.g.: American Soldier)

The resource system is different from other card games, and can be similar to a wargame, you have 3 action points that you can use to play cards. This mechanic gives a wargame atmosphere and creates different layers of strategy where you have plenty options from turn one.

One of the mechanics of WWII : TCG is promoting units. You can use your resources to promote the unit to be more powerful, the card starts as a simple soldier and will gain more stats and abilities while promoting.

WWII : TCG has a cross-platform multiplayer online mode where you can fight against other players on the battlefield.
Download this free to play card wargame and enjoy playing against other generals!

Keys:

-Fight on Hundreds of Unique Missions!
-Play on an exclusive battlefield through different campaigns!
-Build your own army decks from World War II
-As a soldier play online against other enemies!
-The historical strategic card wargame!

Languages Supported:

* English
* Français
* Deutsch
* Español (Europa)
04-23-2014, 09:41 AM
#2
Joined: May 2012
Location: France, Nord
Posts: 247
04-23-2014, 04:25 PM
#3
Joined: Dec 2009
Location: Fort Lauderdale
Posts: 5,580
Not very deep but fun. And not a "fake" card game either.
04-23-2014, 05:04 PM
#4
Joined: Jul 2012
Posts: 1,183
Quote:
Originally Posted by Greyskull View Post
Not very deep but fun. And not a "fake" card game either.
Not fake, but it's a pretty "paint by numbers" type of game. And I've pretty much sworn off any card game that lets you "upgrade" cards, since that either involves a lot of grinding or a lot of paying.
04-28-2014, 08:29 PM
#5
Quote:
"upgrade" cards, since that either involves a lot of grinding or a lot of paying
not so in this game, it costs action points which you get 3 of each turn. plus, re-playing missions (grinding as you folks call it) gives no gold but it does update your score and give you points in categories i haven't figured out yet nor have i figured out what good the points are. if they are used to level you up i haven't figured out what that does for me either . IT IS, in my opinion, too hard to get cards without paying $$. I've played the first 10 missions (first campaign) and only have 16 cards and the AI is starting to play cards i've never seen before making me think it has access to all 200 or at least access to far more than i have without me having to buy packs. the game is fun and very well presented but i think it's a money pit. in Magic doesn't a card deck go for $2.99 and you get 60 cards? here, for $2.99 you get 5 cards and 3 are common! oh well, it's free to try.