Onirim - Solitaire Card Game 4+


Designed for iPad

    • 4.7 • 1.9K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



"Asmodee Digital has done a great job with their virtual board game releases, and Onirim is one of their fantastic new releases!" - App Advice

"Onirim is a simple and well-crafted adaptation of a solitaire game" - Board Game Quest

"Asmodee is very good at making modern and well thought out board games for mobile. Onirim is no exception, with a rejuvenation of the solitaire card game that is simply perfect on your phone." - Pocket Gamer

Nominated for a Golden Geek in the Best Solo Board Game category, Onirim is a card game where you play as a dream walker, lost in a mysterious labyrinth. You must find the dream doors before the dream time runs out, or you will be trapped forever!

Will you wander around the dream chambers hoping that luck will reveal the doors, or will you meticulously explore each room type? Either way, you'll have to avoid the traps of the dreaded nightmares that haunt the labyrinth's corridors.

Onirim is a solitaire card game. You must beat the game by collecting all eight dream doors before you run out of cards. You can get them by playing cards of the same colour for three consecutive turns or by discarding one of your precious Key cards when you draw a Door card. In both cases, you will need to make the best use of the cards you have in your hand while paying attention to the Nightmare cards. These cards are mixed in with the others, and if you draw one, you will be faced with a painful choice.

In addition to single player play, Onirim offers players an intuitive interface, automatic deck management and statistics that measure progress and success.

Onirim includes the following elements:
- Shadi Torbey's Onirim base game in solo mode
- The original illustrations of the base game by Philippe Guerin and Élise Plessis, with animations
- A solo game mode
- A detailed interactive turn-by-turn tutorial integrated into the game
- Statistics recorded offline to allow you to see your progress
- No purchases or ads in the application
- Supported languages: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
1.9K Ratings

1.9K Ratings

NewToThisGame456 ,

Interesting Concept

This game has a lot of dimension. Player decisions are more important here than in more traditional card games, and there are many opportunities for careful thought or instinctive action. Cards are beautifully drawn, and animation speed adjusts automatically to allow a faster pace after initial learning.

The only thing I don’t like is a certain rule that the player’s hand must always have a fixed number of cards, even at the very end when the deck has run out. In one game, the cards remaining in my hand would have won the game, but I lost automatically because the deck had run out. I have a feeling this rule exists to prevent infinite loops, but it is frustrating every time.

That said, this is a wonderful game that keeps my interest. Thinking and planning are rewarded but not required, so there is challenge without headache.

JoshuaAcosta ,

Great implementation of a wonderful game

The app all but replaces the original game for me. It is perfectly implemented, and the artwork/graphics really draw you into the Oniverse. The best part about the app is that it takes care of all of the shuffling for you, which is a huge bonus. If it contained every one of the expansions present in the second edition of the physical game (plus add-on expansion packs), this would absolutely replace the physical version of the game for me. As it stands, I’m glad that this doesn’t actually have everything I could have physically, because I do enjoy bringing out the physical game from time to time, and that would increase the barrier for me. This is great for a quick 5-10 minutes when you have nothing to do, or for playing game after game, trying to unlock the dozens of in-game Game Center achievements.

S. Gresham ,

Great game, wasted app

I’m glad I bought a physical copy of Onirim when I did. I originally discovered the game through this digital version, but sadly it seems it’s become nearly unplayable over time. I was miffed to lose my expansions after the app changed hands, and now I’ve revisited the app only to find it extremely glitchy: if it loads at all (if Game Center doesn’t crash it at launch), the pull-down for the settings menu renders a black screen, then a freeze before crashing to my Home Screen. Restarting the app, I can begin a new game, only for it to blackout, freeze, and crash as soon as I begin tapping to move cards. The biggest benefit to this app was the ability to hop into a quick game without needing to shuffle all the necessary cards myself. Big win for analog. Go buy the real Onirim & an automatic card shuffler; this app is barely hanging on by a thread, and the physical game has the benefit of multiple expansions bundled into one gorgeously compact box.

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