The Amazing American Circus

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Available on:PCSep 16, 2021

Developer: Klabater, juggler games

Genres: Real-Time Strategy, Adventure, Simulation, Strategy

Roll up and play a deck building game like no other! Gather weird and wonderful performers, amaze audiences, explore Gilded Age America, and transform your run down circus into an entertainment empire. Play your cards right and you could claim the crown of greatest showman from P.T .Barnum!

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An interesting implementation of the deck-building mechanic troubled by tedious shows and some balance issues.

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The Amazing American Circus blends deck building, management and a delightful theme to create something truly special.

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‎That card games are part of the entertainment of any culture, at different points in history, is undeniable. That over time these have been transformed and have lived in constant evolution no matter what culture, too. And, in this present of hyperconnectivity, where the digital age reigns, it is increasingly common to enjoy card games of different types. The Amazing American Circus is the result of all this, but it's also ‎‎a look at the classic and contemporary circus,‎‎a show created and directed by multifaceted artists who give away smiles emitted from the heart.‎

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I wanted to like The Amazing American Circus. The idea of a card battler game that isn’t necessarily about combat sounded appealing, and its 1800s travelling circus theme makes a rather interesting backdrop. But its gameplay just isn’t fun, and its systems are convoluted and often make little sense. Chances are you’ll get so fed up of long-winded, unsuccessful performances that you’ll give up long before you make any sort of meaningful progress. The bottom line? There are much, much better games in the genre, so play something else instead.

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