Aeria Delivers the Mighty Immortalis Unto the Collectible Card-Craving …

While Aeria Mobile's latest entry in the engorged collectible card game market isn't nearly as pretty as Pirate Maidens, it makes up for it by having a name that sounds suspiciously like the ancient mouthwash of power. Behold Immortalis, more than 650 cards and 70 quest zones' worth of minty fresh fantasy battles. » 1/16/13 8:45pm 1/16/13 8:45pm

I Understand the Mobile Collectible Card Game Genre Now, But I Can't…

Look at that. There I am, in second place overall in Aeria Mobile's Pirate Maidens, one of those newfangled mobile collectible card games I've been having so much trouble dealing with lately. After a week spent dominating the female anime pirate collecting game I can safely say that I understand the genre intimately. I … » 12/05/12 4:55pm 12/05/12 4:55pm

And Then There Was a Collectible Pirate Women Card Game

The new wave of mobile collectible card games — which I still do not understand — is really starting to branch out. For awhile there it was all collectible fantasy creatures and demons. Now Aeria Mobile swaps collectible creatures for collectible women. It's okay, they're pirates. » 11/28/12 9:55am 11/28/12 9:55am

Battleforge's Drawn-Out Battles In Action

Crecente seemed to be rather impressed with EA's CCG RTS hybrid Battleforge the other day at EA's event in San Francisco » 5/14/08 12:20pm 5/14/08 12:20pm, and I can certainly see why. The battles indeed look massive, especially when the big guy is just plowing through the troops towards the end, and seeing the actual cards pictured has given the…