Two Towers is an interesting strategy card game with the goal of defeating your enemies to increase your territory to earn more coins and spells. And while you're battling, you also have to protect your own domains or they'll vanish quickly.
iPhone and iPad apps tagged "card game."
Big Win Blackjack Takes Players from Teaching to Tournament
On Friday, Mobile Deluxe, publisher of Solitaire Deluxe and Big Win Slots, introduced Big Win Blackjack for iOS, a free-to-play premium app featuring multi-hand action and tournament play.
It's Tax Season so Screw the I.R.S. with a Strategy Card Game
Just in time for tax season, iPhone and iPad users can relieve some of their IRS frustration with the Screw the I.R.S. app – a fast-paced card game in which players attempt to be the first to come up with expenses to match their salaries and play the winning “Screw the I.R.S.” card.
Black Maria Lets iPhone Users Players Hearts for Free
Fortunate Bear today is pleased to announce Black Maria 1.0, a hearts card game for the iPhone and iPod touch. Hearts is a card game where the goal is to take the fewest number of point cards - hearts and the queen of spades - while forcing your opponents to take as many as possible.
Urban Rivals Global Strategy Game Launches for iOS
Urban Rivals from Boostr is now available in the App Store for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Urban Rivals is most analogous to classic collectible card games from one's childhood, though with heavy online RPG elements mixed in.
Kard Combat Casts Massive Update, Introduces 4 New Mages
Version 1.2 now available for popular strategy card game
VANCOUVER - August 9, 2011 - Hothead Games today announced the release of a major update to their acclaimed strategy card game, Kard Combat.
Pounce Takes the Solitary Out of Solitaire
Pounce takes the solitary out of Solitaire, according to its developer, Double Apps. It’s a multiplayer card game that goes by many different names including Nertz, Canfield, Blitz, Grouch, Peanuts and Nerf.
Catch-21: A Free iPhone Card Game With No Catch
In the spirit of the Game Show Network (GSN) hit show Catch-21, now in its third season, Catch-21 for iPhone and iPod Touch is blackjack mayhem in a race against the clock for high scores. Unlike the television game show, Catch-21 for iPhone leaves out cumbersome trivia questions and opponents and pits players against the clock to make as many 21s as possible.
Hoyle Video Poker is All Aces — and We Want to Share it
Video Poker by Hoyle is exactly what it sounds like — video poker for the iPhone — but what its name lacks in "sexiness" it make up for in sheer reliability.
The Vegas-style game consists of Double Bonus, 5 Card Draw, Jokers Wild, Jacks or Better and Deuces Wild — all of which shine like a iPhone fresh out of the box.
21 & Fun – Share Scores On Facebook: Doesn't Go Bust
Card lovers that enjoy the game of 21 can find many different versions of play and devices to play their favorite game on. Many of the old handheld games offer a version of 21. Some computer games have 21 also. Splashworks.com Inc has now introduced the 21 & Fun - Share scores on Facebook iPhone app to that group of choices.
Will You Accept the Finger Flicking Challenge of Card Ninja?
I am just gonna admit that the first thing I thought of when coming across Card Ninja was Dane Cook and his “Brain Ninja” routine. Completely unrelated? Yes, but now you know how my mind works.
KarmaStar Shines, but Not for Everyone
Majesco Entertainment’s KarmaStar has gotten nice and shiny reviews in the App Store and elsewhere but I just don’t see what the fuss is about. I didn’t find KarmaStar all that engaging or even mildly entertaining.
Multiplayer Tiki Spades is Trump Card App
Multiplayer Tiki Spades - I grew up learning to play every card game imaginable and even though I’m more of a card guppy than a card shark, I enjoy card games immensely. It’s not always easy to find other people to join in, so I really appreciate a good video card game.
MP Solitaire is Contradictory Card Fun
Get this — the MP in MP Solitaire stands for "multi-player," which come on, is a bit paradoxical. After all, you can’t play a game that was designed to be played alone with other people, right?
Solitaire by Mobility Ware — Hours of Solitary Fun
Solitaire - Have you ever wondered what makes a game popular and stand the test of time? I don’t know. What I do know is that before Sudoku and the Rubicks Cube, there was a game played with a deck of cards called Solitaire also known as Patience.