Developer ZIMAD announced its free-to-play collectable Card Game Star Crusade: War for the Expanse is available on Steam and iOS today. The game — in which players vie for control of the galaxy — will be available on Android devices soon.

Star Crusade: WftE, features over 400 cards, enough to customize a variety of decks suited for galactic conquest. Players can build 25 to 40 card decks creating a variety of play styles. They should keep in mind that deck size does affect player health, meaning larger decks will have more sustainability.

The game also boasts a “Modules” feature which offers players even more customization — particularly adjusting their abilities before battle. In addition there is an “Energy” resource which allows players to enhance cards with more powers.

Players can now download Star Crusade: War for the Expanse via Steam, or iOS.

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  1. All these hearthstone remakes that are coming out are just bad. Even if it’s a sci-fi type of card game. I’ll probably never play these fake remakes that all these developers keep releasing.

    • I was going to say something along the lines of “Card games, and even digital card games, have been around long before Hearthstone” but upon further looking into this game.. it is just straight up trying to be “Sci-fi Hearthstone”.

    • Yeah that’s what I was trying to say squeezytime. But I was giving a personal view on it I guess but doubt alot of people will understand what I ment but yeah this looks like a sci-fi remake of hearthstone.


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