SUPERFIGHT pits players against one another in hypothetical battles of real wit. The only way to win is to make the most compelling argument about the big questions in life: Who would win in a fight between a drunk Ninja and Abraham Lincoln riding a bear? Which is the better weapon: an infinite sausage lasso or a skunk on a stick? What are the chances an army of penguins could stop a depressed centaur? Grab a microphone, join or create a game with up to 4 players, and let the votes decide!
Build your fighter with character cards (like Zombie, Shark, or George W. Bush) and attribute cards (like Super Speed, Armed with a Chainsaw, or Has Tiny T-Rex Arms). When it’s your turn, combine a character card with a couple of attribute cards to construct your fighter, then it’s up to you to make your case to an audience of friends or Twitch! The included FREEBlue, Purple, and Challenge Decks also allow players to throw hundreds of random locations, scenarios, and challenges into the mix for even MORE mayhem. Additional themed decks, like the R-rated Red Deck or the Geek themed Orange Deck, are available to purchase, with even more hilarious digital decks to come in future updates!
But wait there’s more! SUPERFIGHT has two ways to earn over 130 fully voiced titles and over 500 unlockable cards - PLAY or VOTE. Don’t have time to play a match? Vote on fighters from other matches to earn unlocks! Correctly guessing the winners from past match-ups in Quick Vote, or vote on LIVE games streamed to Twitch directly via easy to use hashtag voting in their chat – you don’t even need to be in-game to earn XP from voting on live streamed games, just link your Twitch account to SUPERFIGHT and earn unlocks whenever and wherever you watch a game on Twitch!
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A solid card game, with nice waiting music, too bad it's all you'll experience most of the time. To be honest, I'd love to play this game all the time, even bought it for other people, just so we can play, and when you manage to get in to a match with skilled players, it's awesome! No kidding, even losing can be fun. So, if someone is up for a game of fantasy debates, and bought this, drop me a message, I'd love to play against you :)
This is a digital version of the card game Superfight. You can play with up to four players, the game is meant to be played on Twitch so that people watching can vote on the winner. Two players will choose from randomly drawn cards and then are giving a third random card, these cards will list a character as well as possibly listing powers the character has, what they are wearing, or the condition that they are in. Players then argue about who will win in a battle. There are some animations for the cards but they don't do anything to match up with powers and aren't very interesting. The game has two free DLC packs that contain a few additional cards as well as multiple paid DLC packs that can take the focus away from superpowers with content like The Walking Dead characters. It's not something you can play alone, voting requires viewers so this isn't something you will want to do without having other people, and the things added to the game, such as animations, aren't very impressive but if you know other people or if you frequently stream on Twitch this will be a fun game to play with friends.
I am guessing like the rest of us you have a friend who pulls out cards against humanity any time you invite them over where CAH is all well and good it's only as fun as the cards that are in your hand, the good things is Superfight does not entirely rely on the cards dealt and more so on natural whit and quick thinking. the premise of the game you will be dealt a scenario and will have to argue the case of why your collection of cards would win in a fight between you and your opponent it's a very simple concept but is certainly fun if you get a good group together. The game is functionally fine I mean I still prefer the feeling of a real deck of cards but if you only have a few hours after work and can't get together with your friends often this is a really good option.
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