Runestrike CCG 12+

CCG meets RPG

Making Fun, Inc.

    • 4.6 • 321 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Enter the world of Runestrike, where mortal Champions battle to master powerful runes and overthrow ancient gods. Runestrike is an online turn-based strategy game that offers brisk play and deep strategy built on straight-forward mechanics. Download today to build decks, level your Champions, and enjoy both challenging single-player content and pvp.

Build your collection with beautifully drawn runes, whether it’s a common Hammerfist Giant or the legendary Jupiter himself. Stunning Champions and a gorgeous world map make Runestrike a visual treat you can indulge in.

As ancient gods engage in a titanic clash, the veil separating mortal from immortal tears open, and runes rain from the heavens. The world is infused with magic, wild beasts become fantastic monstrosities, and powerful Champions arise among mortals. Ascend your Champions to godhood as they learn to harness the runes once held by the gods.

Explore the world of Runestrike in rewarding single-player campaigns. Overcome Jupiter in the Trials of Olympus. Survive the perils of ancient Egypt in the Eye of Ra.

Battle other players for the top spot in the Versus Arena, compete in Ranked Leaderboards and earn fantastic rewards whatever your rank. The higher the Rank before Season resets, the better the rewards.

Collect unique Champions who engage in every battle, attacking their foes through direct combat and with powerful divine abilities. Ascend your Champion to unlock new powers and earn rewards.

With over a dozen Champions and hundreds of runes, players will find countless strategies. Download Runestrike today and enter a living world where new content is regularly released, player feedback is welcomed, and the battles never stop.

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What’s New

Version 1.1.13

Runestrike is updated frequently to provide a better gaming experience; this update brings some optimizations and improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
321 Ratings

321 Ratings

LordReyde ,

Tired of Hearthstone? Check out Runestrike!

Runestrike has been a fun and refreshing experience. I’ve played Hearthstone (many years), Legends of Runeterra and Eternal. Runestrike has elements of all these games but really shines with the various Champions and mana & blood resource system. The separate abilities used with the blood resource adds a layer of strategy and decision making that is different for each Champion. I like the Mythology theme, the artwork is great and the game looks good overall, the animations could be a little more polished. if you have played other card games it is easy enough to pick up. Some may not like having to invest the time to earn the currency to acquire all the different champions if you are free to play and want to “collect” everything. This game doesn’t have the crazy RNG of Hearthstone, the mana & land issues of Eternal & Magic nor does it have the turn phase interruption strategies of Runeterra. The Champion concept is similar to Runeterra but the variety of 3 different abilities gives the player more choices that can add depth to your strategy. The reward system feels generous so far and I would compare it similar to Runeterra. Games like Eternal, Magic and Hearthstone are tough to stay free to play competitively. If you are tired of the games I mentioned in this review then I recommend giving Runestrike a chance.

hmph123 ,

Loving it so far!

I started playing Eternium in the fall and figured I’d check out RuneStrike when I got the notification.

I’m a complete newb to this type of game, but the prologue helped me learn the basics and I’m seemingly addicted. At this point the options seem almost limitless, but, as I said, I just started playing. I haven't tried the pvp arena yet (tho did play against AI), but will when I feel more comfortable.

One small thing I’ve noticed (and I could be missing this functionality or doing something wrong) — it would be nice if I could duplicate a deck and make adjustments from there vs always having to start from scratch. It’s my understanding there are deck styles and complexities far beyond my understanding, but as a beginner, there have been times I want to keep most of a deck, but make adjustments (for instance when encountering a new play style and learning how best to adapt).

spankster22 ,

Changing my review

The later levels are absolutely ridiculous. I get it’s supposed to be challenging but it gets straight up silly. You are begging for one card out of your entire deck to deal with the monstrous “free” effects the enemy player has and you just get gang banged over and over again. I want a challenge not a thorough stomping 20 times in a row from a guy that can summon free 1/4 cavalry every turn. Or the dragon guy that blows up all non dragon minions every 5 turns. Or the noble guy that steals your spells and gives you a peon. Yes I beat them both but only because I had to play every soldier and every dragon card I had respectively AND buy a fighter that could actually cast those spells. I’m interested in playing MY deck not catering to some weird arms tied behind my back situation we’re you have to reinvent your deck every level. It’s a shame I like it until it started to be change your deck out each time, and even then you are fighting an uphill battle. No thanks. I gave up on the free every turn cavalry summoning guy. Yeah you can say I couldn’t hack it, but if that’s what’s up I’ll gladly bow outta this one. It’s just not fun. Well here’s a suggestion… the sun champion is too difficult. 10 damage from him each turn? Come on now. AND you have to deal with him killing your creatures en mass about every 5 turns. So lame.

Developer Response ,

Hi there. Keep in mind that the Fearless Campaign battles are not intended for new players. That said, we are making changes to some of the ones that are just too difficult regardless of how long a player has been playing. Kind regards.

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