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Level 99 Games Pixel Tactics Card Game

4.4
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Description

  • Recommended 2 players
  • 30 Minute playing time
  • Head-to-head card game
  • High Intensity
  • Step back into the Golden Age of Gaming Strategy

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Customer Reviews

Great Game Lousy ArtworkPixel Tactics is a highly strategic card game. The one complaint I have is with the cheesy pixel artwork-Drab and gimmicky. 5Awesome gameGames tend to not be as short as advertised (but that seems to be the case with all games for me and my friends). If you like RPG, Turn-based strategy then this game is great for you. You will instantly want to grab Pixel Tactics 2 once you use all of the leaders in this game, and that's easy to do because of the cheap price. 5Great, simple yet highly tactical game.This game is super fun and crazy easy. The number of characters ensures that you will play many many games without feeling like things are getting repetitive. The agonizing choices of where to deploy each of your characters, or whether to save them and use their order ability instead, really makes for some highly tactical gameplay. Every game I've played has been an all out battle until the very end without their being an obvious winner at the beginning (something that happens often with tactical games, one person gets an early advantage and the rest of the game is spent watching that person mop up). The only negative I have is the packaging. With the two decks and all the life tokens, the box it comes in just doesn't work very well. I recommend getting some old card tuck boxes or printing and building your own from a site like http://www.cpforbes.net/tuckbox/ . Just buy it, at this price you can't go wrong. 5Pixel Tactics is the greatest! I love this gamePixel Tactics is the greatest! I love this game. Great for tactical/strategic thinkers as there are many options on every card. Wonderful two player game. You really have to think on your feet and be ready to change your tactics rapidly with just about every turn. Challenging to play and highly replayable. 5Massive replay value, A+I have the War of Indines games...huge fan of Level 99 games because of that, so I wanted to try another one of their games. Simply put, out of my 50 games, two of theirs are in my top 5 now. Super fun, super addicting, brain teasing. Keep it up L99G 5My favorite strategy card game!I feel like Pixel Tactics isn't nearly as well-known as it should be. It's a very solid strategy card game that feels more balanced and tactically interesting than most (far more expensive) trading card games. Since every card can be used in drastically different ways, I've found that each game is wildly different from the last. It also means that each different person I've played the game with has had their own style of play (I like to use more orders and aggressive attacks against enemy heroes, my one friend liked to play defensively and use a lot of supporting heroes, and my other friend simply tried to blitz down my leader at any given opportunity).I would say the learning curve on the game is moderately-difficult and usually requires a "test game" to get used to it, but it plays at a perfect fast pace once you both know what you're doing. The only issue we've run into is a few of those "Oh, wait, we've been playing it wrong" moments where we missed a detail on one of the cards, though after a few initial hiccups, I found that the explanations and icons on the cards were always clear enough to avoid any of the dreaded "rule arguments". There was also a little confusion at first over the term "spell", which apparently used to be called "attack ability" in earlier versions of the game, which would have been a bit easier to understand given how the rules are written, but in the end "spell" is better thematically.I'd highly recommend this to anyone who likes card battling games. It's different enough to be interesting, familiar enough to be learned quickly, and way more intricate than you'd expect from a game with only 25 cards per player. I can't wait to see what happens when I mix in an expansion! 5For less than $15, this Card Game is (almost) perfect for anyone looking for a Deep Tactical Experience that's Pocket SizedThis is a wonderfully deep tactical card game for two people with the following caveats:1. The manual is rather obtuse at times (I'd recommend watching a youtube playthrough instead)2. This game will be absolute torture on people with decision paralysis as each card can be used in 5 different ways (4 after you choose a card to be your leader)3. You'll have to do a fair bit of reading through the game (and the text is tiny), especially when doublechecking to make sure certain terms aren't overlooked (nothing like wasting a Berserker because you forgot its ability only targets heroes, not leaders)As long as the above three things don't scare you off, I'd strongly recommend giving Pixel Tactics a try unless money is really tight (and the price tag helps there as well). 5SuperbA surprisingly deep little card game that brings up memories of old SNES rpgs. Every card in the deck has the potential to be your mini army's general. A great concept that plays smoothly once you learn the rules. Hope to see this one catch on so I can find more people to play with. 5Best card strategy game everThis game right here.. Brings back so many good memories of playing chrono trigger and chrono cross. It's a turn base strategy card game, which has 25 unique heros/leaders (total of 50 cards, 25 per player). Each player has same 25 heros/leaders so it's a fair game all around. I have all the expansions now for pixel tactics, and I'm so glad I bought them all.Pixel tactics (part one), in my opinion is the best ready to play game of them all. It's also the most aggressive deck of them all in my opinion.If you are barley getting into pixel tactics and not sure which one to start off with, buy this one! Trust me! It's the easiest way to get into this game as well (other games comes with traps, orders, operations).Each game you play is always unique because of all the choices you can make in this game. It's so crazy how you can strategize so many different ways depending on which leader you choose.Love this game, I recommend this game to anyone who loves turn base strategy games. Just buy it.In the photo I attached, I played a game with my girlfriend and hard countered her so bad lol. Unfortunately, you need to first understand the game to realize how I got her so good lol. 5Amazing game, deep strategyWhat an amazing game! I was instantly drawn in by the wonderful art on the cards, a nice throw back to the more pixelated days. The game mechanics allow for an endless amount of replayability.Each card can be played as your leader which gives the option to come up with a different strategy for every character. The more you play the more obvious the tactic part becomes apparent. For a seemingly simple, small game it is actually very deep and takes planning and a good amount of strategy to master.The one thing I would warn of is that some of the rules on the cards are a little vague. The rules or wording can be a little hazy which makes for some confusion, but for the most part you figure out what is supposed to happen after a few play throughs. 5
Level 99 Games Pixel Tactics Card Game

Level 99 Games Pixel Tactics Card Game

4.4
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
SG$ 108.00
Sale price
SG$ 108.00
Regular price
SG$ 178.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (SG$ 70.00)