WWE SuperCard Review: No Substitute for In-Ring Action

WWE SuperCard is a wrestling-inspired card game for iOS and Android launched about a week and a half ago which has already been downloaded a whopping 1.5 million times.

It is a free to play card game with optional paid boosters allowing you to pick more cards outside of the ones you receive through exhibition and tournament play.

I found playing without paying to be very easy, and I have no problems competing in tournament play without the extra cards. You just have to play a little longer to level up your team and find better cards.

In WWE SuperCard, you go head-to-head with other players in what appears to be simulated competition where you are competing against real people, but not in real-time.

In the King of the Ring tournament mode, all battles are simulated and the 45 rounds of play take place over a period of 48 hours, enabling you to switch out your competitors and boost cards as the competition progresses.

Gameplay is very simple and straightforward. Exhibition challenges enable you to quickly draw more cards after each match, and you can level up team members by sacrificing lower-powered cards you’ve gathered which boosts the stats of the team.

It’s a lot of fun, if you like card games. If you prefer a more wrestling-oriented game, you will probably be disappointed.