Marvel Snap Reviews
Marvel Snap packs bold ideas, deep gameplay, a punchy presentation and lots of love for Marvel. Its approach to building a collection and randomness in gameplay won't be for everyone, but it's still well worth playing.
"Marvel Snap is designed for a generation of players too distracted to keep track of an overly complicated metagame"
The version that exists now out on app stores of all kinds feels blessedly free of heavy-handed monetization, but apparently, this wasn't always the case during the game's beta period. The resulting change feels good, really; I've played a couple of Japanese mobile gachas for years and Marvel Snap is a (Tony?) stark contrast to what goes on in that particular corner of game design.
Marvel Snap is an elegantly simple and inventive approach to digital CCGs that emphasizes adaptation and creativity.
The best thing about Marvel Snap is that it requires so little effort to play yet has brilliant strategic depth. Matches are so quick that you'll rarely feel the sting of disappointment upon defeat, while each win pushes you towards the next card reveal. Like any live service game, it's constantly evolving with balance patches a roadmap teasing new content and features. Let's just hope we'll see the developers lessen the grind and give players more ways to unlock their favourite Marvel heroes and villains in future.
In spite of some growing pains, Marvel Snap is fantastic and a marvelous first effort from the folks at Second Dinner. Like Marvel itself, it should be fun to see how it grows going forward.
Marvel SNAP is a straightforward deck-builder, with simple mechanics and gorgeous card designs that'll keep you playing.
Your favourite childhood heroes step up to help you conquer territory in this beautifully designed, strategic deck-builder for smartphones
Featuring a large cast of superheroes and supervillains along with deceptively deep strategy mechanics, Marvel Snap turns the popular comic book universe into an ingenious and irresistible mobile collectible card game.
Beyond a few small limitations, Marvel Snap is the card game that many fans have been waiting for: fun, fast, overflowing with style and huge fanservice, with a simple regulation and an intriguing and layered progression system.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Marvel has become a juggernaut because it delivers a simple, good time with just enough twists and eye candy to hold your attention for a couple of hours. Marvel Snap is exactly that in the form of a mobile game.
Marvel Snap is basically improving on a daily basis and surely is one of the best and most interesting card games on the market at the moment.
Review in Italian | Read full review
A fantastic card game made by people who love not just Marvel universe, but the whole genre too.
Review in Russian | Read full review
Marvel Snap offers tons of content for its price and doesn't fail to entertain even though it's still in early stages of its release.
Review in Persian | Read full review
That’s it. That’s Marvel Snap. To be totally honest, this has been my go-to mobile game for quite a while now, and playing it on PC was neat, especially getting to see better (bigger screen) versions of all the animations.
I don’t care for card games, but Marvel Snap has just been every bit as enjoyable as it has been addicting.
Marvel Snap introduces a logic that on the one hand limits it in terms of gameplay, on the other hand it follows this philosophy faithfully and with great success, resulting in the gameplay being surprising in some places.
Review in Greek | Read full review
Marvel Snap is a highly polished and impeccably designed game that is going to grow and flourish for years to come. It feels early access in a lot of ways thanks to some missing and underbaked features, but the core is rock solid. Collecting cards is fun, building decks is easy, and matches only last a couple of minutes. It’s the perfect on-the-go game, and my favorite CCG right now.
With accessible gameplay and addictive mechanics, Marvel Snap is one of those free-to-play gems on smartphones and PCs. Other qualities of this great card game include the beautiful visuals and effects, all creatively inspired by the Marvel comics universe. It's a shame that we only have one way to enjoy the games, but there's nothing to fear: with a very solid foundation, the future is promising and the sky is the limit for this great game.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
With simple rules that you only need a few minutes to understand, Marvel Snap successfully delivers a compact, but full of fun deck-building experience. Though it seems many aspects of the game is based on randomness, that would not bother you that much since you can finish each game in about 3-minutes.
Review in Korean | Read full review