01 Oct
The iPhone and Facebook game Coin Master is now available for free download on both Facebook and the Apple App Store. If you're a fan of multiplayer games, the mobile version is for you. You've probably seen many people praising the game in all sorts of forums and blogs; that's because it's free versions are available everywhere you look on the web. Like many of the best mobile games of late, Coin Master is easily available for free download on iTunes, Facebook, and elsewhere. Card trading in the game consists of drawing card after card to build your deck.
It also includes a selection of different cards that have different abilities, such as the ability to trade one card for another, or even to use its own ability to attack the opponent. It's a great game for a group of people to play together, or even for one person to play solo against a computer opponent. Card trading is, however, a bit like an investment. While it's a fun and simple game, the more time you spend playing it, the more it will cost you. However, once you've managed to collect your card collection, you'll be able to start competing with other players and build your own empire, hopefully dominating them and taking over the virtual world.
Of course, unlike actual investments, you can't simply try to trade your opponent's card and then rip them off. Instead, you'll need to build up your own collection, buy powerful cards, and increase your own income potential by making profitable trades. Like most good board and card games, the overall balance between the cards in the game is well balanced. The only problem is that there are too many cards in the game, which makes it impossible to start every single game with an entire collection of cards. This would make for a boring and monotonous experience and the developers of the game should have taken this into account.
Fortunately, the free version can still be downloaded from the Apple App Store and the official website. As a bonus, the free version is quite a bit cheaper than the version with all the cards included. In fact, the iPhone version is free to download. Of course, some of the aspects of the free version still work better than others. For example, the interface is still very basic and it can be a little annoying to see several cards before you can actually use them.
The gameplay is still fast and the "tower defense" elements are still fun, but a few features that would make the game a lot more interesting and challenging, such as a store and level-up systems, weren't included. The expansions, however, provide a great way to improve your player's deck. Some of the cards are already very powerful and once you have several of them, you can play each game against the computer using a different set of cards. Not only do you get a few challenges, but you can also learn a lot more about the various cards in the game, which will help you increase your own collection. You might be interested in playing the expansion with the other mobile version of the game: the Raid Coin Master.
Although this expansion is available for free as well, it's probably not what you were looking for. There are two reasons for this. Firstly, the online version of the game is just a single player campaign where you can earn coins and other items to upgrade your card collection. Once you have enough coins to buy all the cards, your opponent is already well ahead of you. Secondly, the level-up system is much simpler and more limited.
The Raid Coin Master expansion is just a bonus and isn't really worth your Coins. Instead, you should use the iPhone and Facebook card trading games to bring your friends closer to you.