Scrolls, An In-Depth Review

Gameplay: 5/10
Sounds: 6/10
Graphics: 7/10

PvP modes and PvE Trials available.

Purchase to play.

June 3,2013


Scrolls is an addictive and exciting card game where you are going to have to build a deck, develop strategies, and play confidently if you want to win. It is a great option for anyone looking for a comfortable playing experience that has enough unique twists to make it feel different.

While it maintains the same type of playing experience that you have grown to expect in these games, it is still able to stand out in the crowd. This gives you a fantastic package that anyone can enjoy and get into with ease. You can begin building your deck, fighting computers and humans, and seeing just how far you can take your team.


One of the most amazing parts of Scrolls is the art, of course. This is always one of the biggest aspects of these games because you are looking at it so much. You want art that is attractive and that fits the entire game, and you want to be happy when looking at your cards. You have that here, and you may even be surprised by how well everything works together. The art of the game, of the cards and the battlefield and everything you see, fits perfectly. It has a smooth, appealing look that you want out of these games.

Actually playing Scrolls is not that hard. If you have ever played these games before, you know how it goes. You get your cards, you go into battle, and you try to take down the opponent. The cards that you have will start with a booster pack that you pick in the beginning. You do not know the cards in the pack, just the packs themselves.


You have to choose blindly and then start building your deck from there. Become comfortable with the types of cards that you choose, start learning the moves and skills, familiarize yourself with the strengths and weaknesses, and start developing strategies for battle.

In Scrolls, you are going to have to develop strategies around sacrifices. If you want to pick up a card or build resources, which are used to summon, you are going to have to sacrifice a card. When you make a sacrifice, you can either pick a card from your deck or build up your resources to summon a new card to the field.


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Working this into a strategy is imperative if you want to win. Thankfully, it is not that hard if you know what you are doing. With some time and practice, you should be able to do this in no time at all.

Whether you win or lose, Scrolls awards you with coins. Use these coins to purchase new cards, avatars, and more from the shop. Make sure that you save up and spend wisely, too, because you want to build the strongest deck imaginable. If you are going to go into battle without putting much effort in just to earn coins, remember that losing will negatively affect your standing. If you want to look good and play at your best, give this game your all.

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Josh Keyes
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Josh started playing TCGs in second grade and collected Pokemon cards. He even went on a few tournaments and took a 5th place in European Pokemon championship. Later on he became obsessed with trading card games online. Josh believes there is always a way to win - by carefully planning ahead and predicting opponent's moves.

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