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PsyCard is an upcoming mix of card game and Minesweeper by the creators of Ittle Dew

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Product: PsyCard | Publisher: Ludosity AB | Genre: Card battler, Puzzle
For: Android   Also on: iPhone, iPad
 
You may know Ludosity for gems like Ittle Dew, Progress to 100 or Card City Nights.

These are often criminally underrated titles that feel right at home on mobile.

Their latest game, PsyCard, is the result of a prototype that never got turned into a full game... until now.



It's a two player game that plays a bit like Minesweeper:

"The players take turns picking cards to flip over. The contents of the opponents cards are always hidden (unless super powers are involved).

5 of these cards are ”Fruit Cards”, 2 of them are ”Star Cards” and 3 of them are ”Skull Cards”.
Finding 3 fruits makes you win the round.
Drawing a skull makes you lose the round.
The stars add points if you win the round with them.
When a round is over, the cards are reset and a new round begins. This continues until one player reaches the score limit and wins the whole match."

In short, find three fruits but avoid the skulls. Here's some gameplay:


You can check out a lot more about its development on Ludosity's blog.

It features the same kind of art style found in Card City Nights and I can't wait to try it when it comes "soon" on Android and iOS.
 

Clement Renaudin 30 March 2016
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