No ads. No IAP. Your prize money is your score. You got it kid? Deck Em! is a solitaire-style boxing game. A card game you play to play. Now jump into the ring, kid!
Look, kid. You're not even a contender. You're a nobody. A total long shot. The champ is a stone cold killer. As big as an ox. Stronger than oak. But you got a lot of heart, kid.
And Mickey loves you.
Deck 'Em! is a boxing card game. Try and survive twelve rounds with the undisputed champion of the world, and you'll be a winner in my books, kid.
Much like solitaire, the object of the game, much like many card games, is simply to play and strategize. Each fight is different. Sometimes you'll win. Sometimes you'll lose.
• Endlessly replayable
• Incredible art
• Simplified gameplay
• Intuitive controls systems
• No ads
• No IAP*
• 100% Free
* Tips welcome. :)
Hey kid, in this update we:
• Fixed a typo on the game description
• Updated the tutorial per request
• Added a tip jar
• Updated some meta-data
Ratings and Reviews
I never ever write reviews but this game is worthy. It’s such a beautifully simple game. I agree with a lot of the reviews that talk about ways to improve the game. It definitely has lots of room for growth but I’m also pretty happy with the simplicity of what it is now as well. It’s a really good game to pass some time here and there, and personally, I don’t really get tired of it.
There are some reviews I read about it being unfair/hard to win/etc and in the beginning, it’s a little confusing but it gets easier because you start to understand the curveballs they may throw at you. So you really have to take your time with each spread and strategize.
For example, sometimes, you’re gonna have to probably sacrifice the champ cards directly onto your fighter to avoid decreasing the number on your block card, which could come in more handy the next spread of cards. (This actually took me a few games to figure out to use as part of my strategy)
Every game I play takes me a while to get through because I think through each option that I have per spread and I try to see what my best play is.
All in all, I think you should definitely give it a try. I will never delete this game.
Great game. Would be even better if it had...
I love this game. Most of the time when I download games that are repetitive I have them for a week then just delete them. Deck em, on the other hand, I will never delete. I’ve always been a big fan of solitaire and card games in general and this gives a really fun spin to games like solitaire. The only thing that would make this game even better would just be more game modes. For example a campaign which provide you with different opponents and would allow you to earn cool rewards such as when you beat that opponent you unlock them to be used as a skin. Or you could even make a mode were u can actually beat the champ or other foes. This may sound like any other game but you could even add a multiplayer mode were you would play it almost like a card battle were instead of fighting the champ who has unlimited health, you would vs off against another player who has an even amount of health as you were you can throw lucky’s, haymakers, etc. I know the multiplayer seems I little over the top and complicated but I think that the campaign would add a fun sense of completion to the game.
Absolutely awesome game! A few additions would really make it pop
First of all this is a really fun card game. Kind of like boxing solitaire. The mechanics are really well-made and feel fair. I also like the ability to bet on yourself, although I wish it were more clear if the odds predicted difficulty difficulty of the deck or if they are randomly chosen. Not a big deal, I guess that’s part of the thrill of betting. But one thing I do think could be added is something to spend all that money on. I think the obvious thing would be to add the ability to purchase your own gym and supplies. Or maybe cars and bling. Even if it were only aesthetic just having a room to call your own and spend some of that money on would be a nice little motivator to keep coming back for more. Alternatively, you could add cosmetic differences to the fighter cards. Another possible addition would be more variety in the champ cards, perhaps connected to how much money you have earned. Regardless, these are all just a minor suggestions for a really great game which I will continue to play, even if it doesn’t change at all. It is just a great way to burn some time, and is a great addition to any puzzle lover’s collection.
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- Frosty Pop Games Inc.
- 291.4 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip or later.
- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Simulated Gambling Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © 2020 Frosty Pop Games Inc.
- In-App Purchases
- Middleweight $2.99
- Heavyweight $9.99
- Lightweight $0.00
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