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Submitted by TechRaptor 500d ago | review

Card Hunter Review – Tabletop fun in your browser | Tech Raptor

Many of us spent our younger years playing Dungeons and Dragons, and various table top games in our parent's homes, and enjoying the work that comes with building a great set of characters to play with. You pick your strategies, classes, and abilities, hoping you can take down anything that gets in your way. Card Hunter, a free (and we really mean free if you want) game by Blue Manchu, distills this experience into a free-to-play online game that you can play anywhere you have a computer and internet! Pick your three heroes, and level them up as you clear out dungeons, caverns, and towns, collecting new cards and items as you go. If you're a fan of dungeon adventures, this is a browser-based game that everyone should at least try...it's well worth your time! Without further delay, Tech Raptor's Card Hunter Review! (Card Hunter, Casual games, PC) 97/100

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