Monster Train Review
Posted: 8 weeks ago, last updated 7 weeks ago.
You collect cards (which require energy to use) as you play, helping you progress through the ever-harder levels. There are five different decks to collect, of which you use two per fight. Each deck has unique strengths and abilities which can help you in different scenarios.
You choose the route of the train which determines which levels you play. Each level offers a different challenge and a variety of cards to collect. These not only grant you new monsters but unique upgrades to your team.
Players: This is a single player game. You can play with up to 8 players online. You can also play online in all against all fights against 7 other players, where knowledge of, and adaptability to, all different play styles and decks will help you emerge victorious.
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