Top 10 Android Card Games for Kids in 2019

Card games are another fantastic genre of games. You can play them anywhere and everywhere, they’re small in size, and there are many different kinds of card games out there. Out of which puzzle games is also a part.

It was a very popular gaming genre on mobile, and it has developed a lot since the good old day of playing Solitaire. So, here are the best card games on Android!

List of Best Card Games for Android

Android Card Games

Below is a list of Top 10 Cards Games researched manually.

1. Clash Royale

Clash Royale

Clash Royale ©

Clash Royale was released in 2016 and immediately became the most popular card games ever. The game is somewhat similar to Hearthstone and some features of the same mechanics.

You have to collect cards which are based on the characters of the Clash of Clans and use them in the multiplayer battles. You can join a clan to share cards, request cards and challenge clan members. It’s a freemium game, but a must try the game for sure.

Price: Free with in-app purchases

| Download on Google Play |

2. Deckstorm: Duel of Guardians

Deckstorm - Duel of Guardians

Deckstorm – Duel of Guardians ©

Deckstorm: Duel of Guardians is DeNA’s entry in the card game world, and it’s actually not bad. Like other card games, it has an absurd collection of cards for building a deck. You then use that deck to practice in the campaign mode or play online against real people.

The PvP mode is made in such a way that battle can only last up to five minutes, so it’s great if you don’t have much time. It’s a freemium game, but it should be a fun play for a while.

Price: Free with in-app purchases

| Download on Google Play |

3. Exploding Kittens

Exploding Kittens

Exploding Kittens ©

Exploding Kittens is a comparatively newer game in the market, and it’s already one of the best card games. In this one, you can play with two to five players. Each player picks cards until one of them gets an exploding kitten.

If they don’t counter the kitten with a diffuse card, their game is over right there on the spot. You can either play local multiplayer or with new people on the Internet. It is a pay once a game with the in-app purchases.

Price: $1.99 with in-app purchases

| Download on Google Play |

4. Hearthstone Heroes of Warcraft

Hearthstone Heroes of Warcraft

Hearthstone Heroes of Warcraft ©

Hearthstone Heroes of Warcraft is one of the most popular and widely played card games out there. It has an enormous and loyal community of players that you can watch on YouTube or Twitch. The game comes with hundreds of different cards so that you can build some unique decks.

You can also make multiple layers and switch between them as you need. It gets kind of regular updates to include new content, and the game is multiplayer only. It is free with in-app purchases, and it’s also a cross-platform app.

Price: Free with in-app purchases

| Download on Google Play |

5. Pokemon TCG Online

Pokemon TCG Online

Pokemon TCG Online ©

Pokemon TCG Online was around before the Pokemon Go craze swept the world. It’s a fairly usual, but a decent card game where you need to collect Pokemon, create your deck, and then duel it out. It is like most other Pokemon games where you will get to choose your starter Pokemon and then continue with them.

There are various cards of cards to collect and tournaments to join which helps in making things interesting. It not a bad game, but you should try it as it is a free game.

Price: Free with in-app purchases

| Download on Google Play |

6. Reigns

Reigns

Reigns ©

Reigns are one of a unique card game on this list. In this game, you need to rule a kingdom. Each card that you draw is a decision that you have to make. You can swipe left or right to render your decision.

If you do good, you will live for another year, and if not, you die, and you have to start over. It’s is pay once a game with no in-app purchases.

Price: $2.99

| Download on Google Play |

7. Triple Triad

Triple Triad

Triple Triad ©

Triple Triad is a port of a card game from Final Fantasy VIII. In this game, you need to play against an AI opponent, and you will get five cards. The player lays a card down trying to take down a card place next to it.

The winner will get to keep a card from the opponent deck and vice versa. It’s completely free as of now, but the game has in-app purchase support included which may appear itself in a future update.

Price: Free

| Download on Google Play |

8. AI Factory Limited Collection

AI Factory Limited Collection

AI Factory Limited Collection ©

AI Factory Limited is a developer on Google Play that specializes in board games and card games.

They have a variety of games to choose from, including Hearts, Euchre, Spades, Gin Rummy, and Solitaire. All of these games have a free version and paid version for removing ads.

Price: Varies

| Download on Google Play |

9. Ascension

Ascension

Ascension ©

Ascension has been around for quite a long time, but it’s still one of the best card games around. You need to collect various cards and then build decks so you can duel other players. The game contains more than 50 cards, each with their different set of powers.

You can purchase expansion packs available in the game that unlocks additional content and a few more cards. DLC is a good way to make in-app purchases, and you can play this game for free before you need to pay for anything.

Price: Free with in-app purchases

| Download on Google Play |

10. The Card Wars Kingdom

The Card Wars Kingdom

The Card Wars Kingdom ©

The Card Wars Kingdom is the new and an exciting Adventure Time themed card game from Cartoon Network. The game has hundreds of characters to collect, upgrading them to make them stronger, and an online PvP element to help keep things exciting.

It is a free game but with in-app purchases which aren’t the greatest thing, but most players seem to enjoy it.

Price: Free with in-app purchases

| Download on Google Play |

So, this was my take on the very addictive top 10 Card Games for Android that requires some good hands on the deck and a strategical mind. Were you able to pull them off?

Do let me know in the comment section below. Cheers!

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