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  1. Shardbound

    Anyone playing this? Came onto Steam as early access a few days ago and it's pretty good - seems to have fairly minimal RNG and a high skill cap from what i've played so far. http://store.steampowered.com/app/586030/
  2. Hearthstone is a free to play, virtual collectable card game by Blizzard Entertainment, based in the Warcraft Universe. What is Hearthstone? (Videos)
  3. Faeria

    Faeria is an early access TCG which seems to have a decent amount of potential. It's currently pay to enter early access, but eventually will become fully free to play.   I've not played Dualyst, but it seems fairly similar in terms of "card games on a board". I've played a few games of this, and it seems fairly decent.   Pricing model seems pretty similar to Hearthstone, can buy packs, or earn them with ingame currency (much faster than Hearthstone mind you) and they also have an offer to buy every released card for about $55 which seems like a good deal.   Anyone else tried this?