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Card Thief Game Guide - Stage 1 Black Manor - iOS/Android Game Play | Strategy (by TinyTouchTales)

iOS/Android Game Card Thief - Stage 1 Black Manor - Game Play | Strategy

by TinyTouchTales

(I got a pretty low score with this one though lol :))


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Indie-darling Card Thief is a solitaire-like card game with light RPG themes where we move our thief-card around on a 3x3 card-grid map to sneak past guards (or even attack them), pick up chests, and blow out torches to avoid getting caught, all of which replaces existing cards with new ones from the deck until we finally reach the exit card at the end of the deck.

The gameplay rules are far too advanced to explain in a tl;dr review, so just go play the game or watch the video I have linked below for more. It's fun and worth it if you enjoy card games.

Equipable cards that can be used as abilities and new maps with slightly different rules keep the game interesting, but unlocking all of it is a bit of grind, which may frustrate casual players. On Android, a $3 iAP will unlock the full game, and iOS the title comes at a $3 premium price.

Total game size: 132 MB - Offline Playable

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Card Thief | Review | Sneakin, Cards, and Thieving Magpies

We’ve been in a weird void when it comes to mobile games, lately. It’s possible the bloom is off the rose when even cultural events like Pokemon Go ultimately prove to be a flash in the pan. At least, that’s what it turned out to be for me: a big, needy, pet-abuse-simulator flash in the pan. Plus, I actually have to go outside and interact with nature to get the most out of it? What is this, the dark ages? You gonna ask me to slaughter my first born son to prove my loyalty to Yahweh? Cause I fell for that one before, and fool me once, shame on you.

Part of it, I think, has to do with the free to play model. It seemed ideal at first, particularly for people who aren’t used to the idea of shelling out cash for a game they’re going to play on the phone while they’re pooping. Eventually, though, that led to enough microtransaction-fed nothingness games to fill Scrooge McDuck’s vault. These games were almost always the same, with the same mechanics, the same rules, and variations on the same themes. It used to be that you’d find the game that fit your mold the easiest, and you stuck with it. I played the Jurassic Park mobile game for a little while: built up a happy little nest of Dilophosaurus. I quickly gave that one up for the Warhammer 40K Horus Heresy game, which was essentially the same damn thing with the Emperor’s finest instead of Pleiseosaurs. And I’ll probably leave that one behind the moment they find out a proper way to create that game using a combination of characters from Aliens, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, and SEC Football, which… Christ, guys: it’s so obvious. Just make it happen.

Recently, however, I’ve been noticing more and more games out there in the App Store that are actually charging money for a finished product. It’s really the damndest thing: I’ll never know where they got the idea from. My favorite recently has been Card Thief.

At two dollars, Card Thief is hardly the most ridiculously priced premium game I’ve seen on the App Store (Looking at you, Final Fantasy 9: I mean, what the shit). And even with such a innocuous price tag, I’ve yet to see any microtransaction opportunities. Although, it is a single player game, so that makes sense. I mean, what sort of single player game would go out of their way to add microtransactions: that’s stupid. Ahem. Never mind.

As the name suggests, Card Thief is a card game. You play a thieving magpie under the cover of darkness who makes its way through various castles and manors, avoiding guards and traps and stealing everything that isn’t nailed the freaking walls. It’s a fairly simple game to get the hang of, and that really works for the stealth aspect of it. The majority of the gameplay centers around your stealth points, which you spend as you remove guards, torches, and other obstacles from your path. You can regenerate these points by picking up stealth boosts or even ending your turn by hiding in a barrel. As you progress, you’ve got to spend your points wisely, because if you’re caught in the light without any stealth left?

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iOS/Android Game Card Thief - Equipments Cards Usage | Strategy - iOS/Android Game Play

iOS/Android Game Card Thief 2017 Game Guide - Equipments Cards Usage (Black Manor) - Game Play | Strategy

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Still trying to get a better score tho!!!

iOS/Android Game Card Thief - Stage 2 Castle Wolfskull | Strategy - iOS/Android Game Play

iOS/Android Game Card Thief Game Guide - Stage 2 Castle Wolfskull- Game Play | Strategy

by TinyTouchTales

(Not exactly my best play but you get the basic idea of the level :))

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Woo finally, first video, not first attempt but man oh man I've finally done it...

This game is called Card Thief. It is on Google Play Store as well as iStore, with it being free as well as 2.99 for the respective stores.
It's considered a Solitaire-esque style game with medieval-like visuals. Made by Tinytouchtales, this game was released recently, in 2017. I've taken an unbiased approach to this game as well as any others I'll review in the future to give you guys the most honest opinion that you'll find in little-known games and find out if it is worth being called a hidden gem.

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iOS/Android Game Card Thief - Stage 3 Castle Owlclaw | Strategy - iOS/Android Game Play

iOS/Android Game Card Thief 2017 Game Guide - Stage 3 Castle Owlclaw - Game Play | Strategy

by TinyTouchTales

(Not exactly my best play but you get the basic idea of the level :))

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In Card Thief you move through a deck of cards as a stealthy thief. Sneak in the shadows, extinguish torches, pickpocket guards and steal valuable treasures without getting caught. In your thief hideout you can use your
stolen goods to unlock powerful equipment cards. Each heist you can use 3 equipment cards to become a skillful master thief.

Card Thief, the official follow up to Tinytouchtales excellent dungeon crawler Card Crawl, attempts to condense the classic stealth genre into a solitaire style card game. The game offers an accessible core gameplay with a deep layer of tactical planning and various risk reward mechanics on top. In 4 different heists you can test your skills against various enemy and trap types. By successfully completing heists you can unlock and upgrade 12 equipment cards each with a unique ability to improve your highscores.

+ Solitaire style gameplay
+ 4 heists each with different enemy and obstacle types
+ 12 unlock able and upgradable equipment cards
+ Mini deck building
+ Daily Heist with global highscores
+ Deep tactical planning for fans of the stealth genre
+ 2-3mins playtime per game

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Card Thief stealthily made its way onto mobile devices. Will this Thief inspired card game be worth a steal? Find out on the latest Tiny Little Games. Please subscribe to support my channel and share for others to experience my content. Thanks for watching and enjoy!


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iOS/Android Game Card Thief - Stage 4 Castle Bloodeye | Strategy - iOS/Android Game Play

iOS/Android Game Card Thief 2017 Game Guide - Stage 4 Castle Bloodeye - Game Play | Strategy

by TinyTouchTales

Somewhat terrible gameplay, but heist successfully anyway lol :))

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Become the real thief. Steal in free roam sandbox neighborhoods. Observe your target and gather information that will help you with the burglary. Take the challenge and rob the best secured houses. Buy some hi-tech burglar equipment and learn new thief tricks. Sell stolen goods to the passers. Do anything that a real thief does!

A good thief always observes his target. What's inside? Who lives there? What's your target day schedule? Find out when the house is empty and does it have nosy neighbours. Choose from lots of possible approaches to prepare the best plan. Many modern devices available in Thief Simulator might come in handy with gathering intel about your target and it's neighbourhood.

The faster, the better. Find and steal as many valuables as possible in the shortest time possible. Remember that infinite backpacks don't exist. When it's about time you have to maintain cold blood. In every house you'll find tons of useless stuff, which can really slow you down. If you're not sure that you can take some serious money for it, maybe a good idea would be to leave it behind and save space for some expensive goods. If you fill your backpack with worthless items, you may have to waste your time to throw stuff out just to make space for other things. Be careful, cause some things can draw police attention to you!

A real, experienced thief can spot places where there's most probability of finding some valuables on the fly. Use the flashlight at night to highlight all the valuables in sight and places where you can expect them to be.

Turn off the GPS trackers, disconnect all the devices from the internet and erase serial numbers. Disassemble a stolen car and sell parts on the internet. Prepare phones and tablets before selling in a pawn shop by removing their security.

Look around for any useful items. They will save you some time on lockpicking or hacking. Key near a window or purchase receipts in trash bins. All those things can make life of an aspiring thief so much easier and reduce your burglary time even by a half. Of course many of them are just useless trash... Or maybe they aren't?

Be careful! In some houses you can meet unexpected guests. If they catch you in the act, they will call the police. In this case hide and wait till they stop looking for you or you can always leave the loot and run away as fast as possible.


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0:52 - 1 Minute Overview
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