The wrestling-based card game, WWE SuperCard, continues to rise in popularity on the iOS and Android formats, celebrating a new milestone with some fresh new content for its loyal fanbase.
Find a seat, if you can! Blizzard's Warcraft-inspired free-to-play collectible card game juggernaut Hearthstone has just hit 20 million players... and shows no signs of slowing down.
A wonderful Tumblr account has turned the super popular Hearthstone card game into a Game Boy demake, making us long for the days of the Pokemon Trading Card Game on the original Nintendo handheld.
WWE SuperCard, the free-to-play card-based wrasslin' game for iOS, reached 1.5 million downloads on its first week of release, according to 2K Games.
Ubisoft's free-to-play mobile game, Assassin's Creed Memories, brought its card battles over to the iOS format without a single Templar noticing.
The last day of the Pokemon World Championships is among us. Watch the live stream for expert-level contenders competing for the title of Pokemon Master.
Even iPad users can be the very best, like no one ever was, now that The Pokemon Trading Card Game Online is coming to iPad.
As I expected from a free game, there's not too much depth here, but I have to admit SuperCard became awfully addictive in a short amount of time.
WWE and 2K have announced that WWE SuperCard has just debuted on the mobile market, bringing dozens of wrestlers mixed into this unique collectible card game.
Epic Arena is a free-to-play, turn-based title that lives up to its moniker. The gameplay is addictive from the jump, and you'll wile away your hours smashing and spell casting your way through the competition.