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Gwent: The Witcher card game introduction

Dec 4th 2019 at 3:08 PM

Have you ever thought about what makes chess unrealistic? I think the answer is lack of Chance. This factor gives some credit to games like poker or backgammon. But again in these games Some Computers with great processing power can predict all available moves and make the game much more predictable. But what about a card game with hundreds of cards with different characteristics which leads us to make thousands of tactics? A game which needs a really huge memory to predict all the moves? This is where Gwent comes into play.

Gwent: The Witcher card game is an online multiplayer game developed by CD Projekt Red for PC, XBOX One, PS4 and IOS Devices. In this game, there are two players, with a limited number of cards with different points and abilities. Each player has two rows to place their cards. Players alternately place their cards in the rows to get points based on their card characteristics and at the end of the round, the player who has the most points will win the round. Players will win the game if they win 2 rounds of 3 rounds.

Each of the game cards has different capabilities and features. For example, one card may have the ability to boost another card, or one card may have the ability to damage or reduce the power of an enemy card. (Of course there are much more features.) Then, each of the playing cards will be assigned two numbers. The first number is the card score, which determines the winner and loser of that round when calculating the final points of the round, and the second number is the actual value of that card or the provisioning cost. For example, a card that has 3 points and 3 damage points when placed in the game can have 6 provisioning costs. In addition to the usual cards called units, there are two categories of cards called Special and Artifact. These cards do not have any points per se, but they do affect the unit cards and strengthen or weaken them.

After selecting the deck and selecting its leader, each player must select at least 25 cards from the deck available. In order to establish fairness in the game, the total provisioning costs of the cards must be less than a certain amount.

After creating the deck, players can enter the game with competitors in their rank, and if they win the game they can raise their rank and face stronger rivals and challenge themselves and have some fun!

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