The Minecraft Card Game
Card games, such as the one in this Minecraft Card Game review, are the some of the best games to play for families and for people of all ages. There is something so special about finding a game that works great for everyone, that gets people off their phones and concentrating on something else.
With all the card games available to buy today, it can be a hard task to know what one is the best one to get, especially if you are looking for a family friendly game. One game available is The Minecraft Card Game, based off the hit 8-bit video game. So, is it worth buying?
At a Glance:
- Keep building the fun with the Minecraft Card Game.
- Mine, Craft or Reserve to win.
- Includes Resource, Craft, TNT, Creeper and Wild cards.
Minecraft Card Game Features
The Minecraft Card Game comes with a variety of features to have a blast playing this game! Some of these features include:
- Mine, craft, or reserve to win
- Comes with all resource, craft, TNT, Creeper, and Wild Cards
- If you get to the goal game point first you win
- Lets you create the fun of the famous 8-bit video game
- Dig deeper into the world of Minecraft
- So play begins by mining the resource cards consisting of wood, stone, iron, diamond, and goal
- You use the resource cards to get craft cards for points
- Craft cards then become tools with special powers
- The player who reaches the game point goal wins!
- Comes with 25 craft cards, 24 woods cards, 11 wild cards, 9 stone cards, 8 iron cards, 7 gold cards, 6 diamond cards, 5 creeper cards, 5 TNT
- Cards, and 4 Card Holders
- Great for ages 8 plus
- Can play with two to four players
- Takes 15-30 minutes to play
- Great for all players young and old
- Really unique game, that builds on the famous minecraft game
- Captures the mood and idea of the video game
- Bigger cards are easy to read as they have symbols and no writing
- Great for minecraft fans and lovers
- Quality of cards is really high and durable
- A lot of instructions to learn, I found it difficult to learn without knowing anything about the video game
- After a week, the buzz about the game starts becoming less and less
- Very complicated game
Just before I tell you about my final verdict about the Minecraft Card Game, I do want to remind you that this is all my personal preference. Generally, I do find card games, and any type of game to play, greatly relies on your interests and what you are looking for.
Personally, I usually look for a game that is great to host parties and have fun with young adults. This is why I generally lean towards games such as Cards Against Humanity and Drunk, Stoned, Or Stupid; however, I do understand the need for family games. Without games that are good for all ages, it can be hard; especially this day in age to find a game that everyone can play young and old.
That is why I have been on the lookout as well for great games that can be enjoyed by all.With all that being said, I only recommend the Minecraft card game to people who are fans of the 8-bit video game, or enjoy really complicated strategic card games. I have seen many people who love playing this game and play it effectively but I found I just couldn’t get into it.
I tried playing first with a group of three adults and the rules were so complicated that it took a lot of time to get the game going. I couldn’t imagine trying to explain it to someone younger than 10, but I’m sure they would pick up on it after a few tries.
But even when you get the hang of the game, I still found it to be dull after sometime and just didn’t hold my attention for long.A good aspect is that you can take it on the road, but I find I enjoy strategy oriented board games such as Settlers of Cataan or Risk a whole lot more!
The Minecraft card game is really cheap to buy, so if you are interested it won’t be a huge financial investment on your part.
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