Card Monsters is a fast-paced collectible card game! With fun, cartoony art and lightning fast matches, Card Monsters is perfect for the casual CCG fans, and our Card Monsters cheats and tips will help you get started.
Taking a lot of inspiration from games like Hearthstone, Card Monsters focuses on simple to pick up game play with deep, complex strategies waiting for you to master.
So what are you waiting for? It’s time to unleash your deck against the world, so let’s get started with our Card Monsters cheats, tips and tricks strategy guide!
Complete the quests!
You’ll start off the game with Instructor Alfred’s Course. These quests are designed to lead you smoothly into your early game career, and they’ll offer coins and crafting materials as rewards. Once you hit level 3 you’ll unlock the Daily Quests, and these are the real goals!
Daily Quests will have you do things like summon certain cards under very specific conditions, and you will almost always get rewarded with booster packs and coins. Booster packs are your number one priority because they’re the main source of new cards!
Make sure your monsters and items match!
Each monster and item belongs to a certain affinity. You learned this in the tutorial but it bears repeating: when you’re building your deck, make sure your items are suitable for your monsters! For example, purple monsters (Chaos) can only equip purple items.
White cards are the only exceptions to this. White items cards can be equipped by ANY affinity, but more often than not they have increased mana costs, so keep this in mind when adding them into your deck. Relying on them too much might put you in too great of a mana detriment, so be careful!
Build a balanced deck!
You have eight slots for your monster and item decks, so you’ll need to choose your cards carefully. It’s important to keep a balanced set of monsters – an equal mix of melee, ranged, and magic monsters will do well against any kind of deck you’ll go up against. Too many of one type of monster will severely dampen your ability to control the battlefield, so be wary of the types of monsters you add to your deck.
Take advantage of weapon item cards!
Item cards usually provide your monsters with protection, enabling them to take some more punishment from physical attacks (keep in mind magic attacks go through armor). Some item cards are weapons that boost your monsters’ attack power and with proper planning you can do some real damage.
Certain item cards will grant your monsters additional attacks even if it doesn’t match the default attack type. What does this mean? It means that you can have a melee attacker also sling some fireballs around!
However, it’s important to remember that while items give more attack types to your monsters, the rules of the rows still apply. For example, if you equip a ranged attacker with a sword that grants a melee attack, they won’t be able to use the sword if they’re in the back row.
Moving them up to the front row lets them use their sword but also disables their ranged attack. That’s why we think it’s best to stick with magic attack granting items, as they can be used from any position.
That’s all for Card Monsters! If you’ve got any other dueling tips or tricks to share, let us know in the comments below!