Review MARVEL SNAP
It's time to du-du-du-du-du-du-duel (YUGIOH), but this time with your Marvel characters.
Marvel Snap is a strategy card game, like the popular version of YUGIOH, where your monsters on the cards come to life when you play them; for this, you must know your favorite heroes very well since they have a level of attack or defense power to protect your life points and not be defeated.
Something that can be observed in this game is that they implemented the idea of the multiverse; that is to say, you can find yourself with charming characters that will cause you a lot of nostalgia. You can use 150 characters between heroes and villains in your deck.
This deck comprises 12 cards with characteristics, such as the card's name, the energy cost needed to play it, and the card's base power, ability, and rarity, classified by color.
And each deck has a particular classification: Level S is the most robust deck of cards in the duel, Level A is the intermediate level, and lastly, Level B is the lowest rank of all. But remember, Yugioh 5Ds, Yusei, has taught us that no deck or deck should be considered wrong, and you can win as long as you believe in it.
The game design is beautiful and eye-catching, so it invites the viewer to keep playing.
Being a free game, it also has a paying system with "real money"; however, as you progress through the game, you can create a matching mass without spending your money.
Although the monetization approach or reward system is very generous, as you get gold by completing quests or tasks in the game, one negative is that you can only exchange this gold for variants of cards you already own, i.e., have a few copies of it.
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