Battle Card Games is a game for two players.
Each player controls a single card and takes turns playing a card to control.
Each turn consists of playing a set of five cards from the deck.
Each card has a different type of attack and defense and affects the gameplay.
Players use the card as they choose.
You can play either card for the entire game, but each player has only two of the same card.
Each deck contains only one card.
When you open a card, you can choose one to add to your hand, or add one to your deck.
The only way to lose is to destroy your opponent’s deck, so you must use your opponent or yourself to do so.
There are several ways to play the game, including using cards from your deck to draw new cards, playing the same cards repeatedly to gain more cards, or combining the cards from two different decks.
There is also a second deck for players to use for extra strategy.
You are limited to playing one card at a time.
You must draw a card from the two decks, which are shuffled and then a random card from each deck is added to your own deck.
When a card is played, it has a chance to add one of the four new cards to your opponent and a chance for a new card to be added to their own deck as well.
Cards are shuffling in the middle of the game.
You need to shuffle your deck before you play a card.
You will draw two cards from each of your two decks and then add them to your opponents deck as you shuffle your remaining two decks.
When two or more players play a single deck, the game will automatically choose a card for each player to play.
There will be four players in each player’s deck.
One player will be playing the control card, the other player will play the attacker card, and the other two will be the defender cards.
There can be up to five players in a game.
Players are allowed one card per player.
The two player limit does not apply to cards that are shuffles, like special effects.
If you are playing multiple games, you must discard a card each time you play it.
Cards that have been played are removed from the game when the last card is drawn.
Cards in your opponent deck have a chance of adding to your current deck.
After a player plays a card in a certain way, that card is added and a new one is added for the rest of the player’s turns.
Cards can be played on your turn.
If a player has enough cards in hand, they may add cards from their opponent deck to their deck.
Cards you draw and play during your turn count towards your total card count.
If there are two or three players in your deck, all players get one of each card, which is called a “deck.”
There are a total of three cards in your hand.
When one player plays two cards in a row, they each draw two more cards.
If two players play the same four cards, all four cards are added to the deck as a whole.
If four players play five cards in one turn, all five cards are played.
If all players play all five card, a “winner” card is shown, and they win the game (there is no point to the game if there are no winners).
Each player is allowed one win, but there are some special rules for players that are losing the game: if a player loses all their cards, the player that has the most cards wins.
If both players lose all their decks, the person with the most decks wins.
Players can win only by playing their cards.
Players that lose all of their cards can add one new card each turn to their current deck and draw a new copy of a card they already have in their deck at the beginning of the turn.
Players must keep playing their card, even if it is not in their hand.
Players may only add one card to their hand to add a new set of cards to their existing deck.
If the new cards are of the opposite type (for example, you add a card that is of the card type “Fire” and then remove it from your opponent player’s hand), the player loses their hand, and a card of that type is added.
If an opponent loses all of his or her cards, and only one player is left, the remaining player wins.
When the game ends, the top two players from each player group score points based on the number of wins.
You may add a player to your winning group at any time, but you must wait for another player to join your group.
If another player joins your group, you may add that player to the winning group.
You cannot add another player who is not your current player to a winning group and vice versa.
If more than one player joins a winning stack, you do not need to wait for the stack to end before adding the player.