32 Cards, developed by Hypervisual, is a digital trading card game based on the last Football Worldcup, a subject of interest to most kids and adults. The game has a lot of interesting features, and besides being fun is absolutely free.
The card set shows each one of the 32 countries that took part in the last Worldcup, Germany 2006, with cards displaying interesting information on the countries and pictures of their respective landmarks.
The rules of the game are really easy to understand. Only one human player can take part in a game, with the computer as a rival. Each one receives 16 cards, with a number of attributes that apart from conveying statistics and data on each country, will be used to determine the winner. The game objective is to beat the opponent with a higher score, and to do so players take turns to show their cards and see who wins the hand based upon the attributes they have selected. There are three levels of difficulty, easy, medium and hard.
Cards are really nicely designed, and there are four different card decks to choose from, including one with a beautiful old-map style. The game interface will appeal to all football fans, and is available in 10 languages, including Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, French, and German.
- Great card designs
- Interesting information on each country
- Easy to play, and fun
- Suitable for kids and aduts
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