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Such a fun and addictive deckbuilding game in which your deck of cards is also your life. I couldn’t stop playing this game till I finished all the achievements. which took around 8 hours. It has no missable achievements and there is a trick to make the hardest achievement a bit easier.


Approximate amount of time to 100%: 8h
Estimated achievement difficulty: 5/10, there is a trick to make it a bit easier, you’ll find it at the bottom of this review
Minimum number of playthroughs needed: many runs, but they are short, like 20 to 30 minutes max
Is there a good guide available: You don’t need a guide
Multiplayer achievements: No
Missable achievements: No
Grinding Achievements: No
DLC-Only achievements: No
Speedrun achievements: No
Time-gated achievements: No
RNG-achievements: Yes, to be able to collect all cards you need to have some luck. The rare one that lets you do damages equal to the enemy’s discard pile took me quite a while, if you see it in a shop or line up of cards you can choose from, pick that one!
Does difficulty affect achievements: Yes, but all except for one can be done on easy
Unobtainable/glitched achievements: No

BeaureCard is a card game in which your deck of cards is also your life. So you don’t want to draw too many cards and want to make the most of it while also getting a bigger deck to have a chance against the enemies.

When I see a card game I always feel a bit scared. So many of them aren’t balanced, hard, or just too grindy. IRL I love card games, especially deck builders but on the PC where I love to hunt achievements.. most of the time they aren’t that much fun. BeaureCard is one of the few exceptions to this. It isn’t that difficult, it has some nice deck building aspects but also does something different. It reminds me a lot of Pathfinder Adventures. I asked the developer if it was inspired by it (the digital or real-life version), but it wasn’t. it is inspired on a card game from around 15 years ago called “Clash of the Dragons”. I don’t know this game but I’m glad BeaureCard adds something special to the card games genre.

In this game, you battle enemies, but also improve your deck, by adding more cards, as well as also upgrading the cards that are already in your deck. Maybe even more important is upgrading your armor, as that will be the base defense you have every turn. And in a rare instance, you can also increase the amount of lives you have. As stated in the table above a run takes around 20 to 30 minutes to finish if you’re successful and reaching the last boss. I love that it doesn’t take too long, as this allows you to quickly get into a new run if something doesn’t work out.

The game has 3 different characters. The first one is quite basic, the second character is less beefy but can save action points between turns, and the last character… oh man that throws the game on his hat… With that one you draw cards from the enemy’s deck and the enemy from yours.. this causes some crazy effects to happen.. as you want a big deck for this one because it is your life… but you kinda want weak cards and not upgrading them.. except for the trap cards, which triggers when you get damage.

The achievements for this game are what you would expect in a card game. It lets you explore all the different ways how to upgrade your deck. You also have to win a game with all 3 different characters, but this can be done on the easy difficulty. The most time-consuming might be the one to have collected all the cards. on the screen the game starts with you can find an overview of the cards and the ones you have collected. So choose sometimes the cards you don’t like as much, and upgrade those because you will likely miss those otherwise. The rare card that does damage equal to the enemy’s discard is the one that took me the longest, it was a rare so I needed to have some luck with the casino/ having a rare drop from an enemy.

The most challenging achievement will be the one to win a game on the hard difficulty. It took me many tries, but I managed to do it with the second character. My deck has mostly traps that banished cards (especially those piercing banishing traps). I had one max upgrades card that gave me 3 action points + 3 cards, one fully upgrade card that makes the next damage card do the damage x3 and then a few high-level banish cards. It took a lot of luck to pull this off, but if I got the right combo it worked quite well. And if I didn’t get the right combo…. if you don’t click accept on the defeat screen but just exit the game and restart it, you start back at the beginning of that fight. You can’t change your deck anymore, so have those in order before you start a fight, but with this trick, you can keep trying to win a fight. sometimes you just have bad luck, and sometimes you really really need some good luck to pull it off, just don’t give up. You can do it!

BeaureCard is an addictive and fun deck-building game. I finished the game and unlocked all the achievements in one sitting, which is crazy and I mostly don’t do that. I just couldn’t stop playing.

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This review for BeaureCard was written on 19 Februari 2024, based on the current Steam version of the game which has 13 achievements at the time of writing this review. This information can be outdated, for example, when the developer adds or removes achievements or releases (new) DLC.

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