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Developer: Dire Wolf Digital
Category: Games
Price: Free
Version: 1.59.0
ID: com.direwolfdigital.Phoenix


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Six-guns and sorcery collide in Eternal, the new strategy card game of unlimited choices and unbelievable fun. Eternal brings AAA pace and polish to the infinite possibilities of a deep strategy card game. The only limits are your own creativity.

With spells and swords, six-guns and subterfuge, heroes collide in the struggle for the Eternal Throne. Where will you stand? Join the battle in Eternal, the new strategy card game of unlimited choices and unbelievable fun.

Eternal combines the infinite possibilities of a deep strategy card game with the pace and polish of a modern video game. Build any deck you can imagine by freely mixing cards from an expanding collection, and plunge into lightning-fast battles. The only limits are your own creativity.

In Eternal, there’s always something new. Frequent new cards release between set launches to guarantee that the meta-game never gets stale. A steady influx of unexplored content keeps even the most experienced players on their toes. What will you create?

Looking for a white hat that fits? Here you go. All gameplay — every card and every game mode — in Eternal can be earned or unlocked without ever paying a dime. It’s truly free to play.

Eternal’s tactical AI was hand-crafted by some of the best professional TCG players in the world. With dozens of enemy decks, wild “boss level” environments, and unique card mechanics, Eternal stands ready to challenge players at any hour of the day or night.

Version history

This update contains support for upcoming features as well as multiple bug fixes.
This update contains support for upcoming events and tournaments.
This update contains support for upcoming events and tournaments.
This update contains support for upcoming events and tournaments.
This update contains support for upcoming events and tournaments.
This update contains support for upcoming events and tournaments.
This update contains support for upcoming events and tournaments.
This update contains support for upcoming events and tournaments.
This update contains support for upcoming events and tournaments.
This update contains support for upcoming events and tournaments.
This update contains support for upcoming events and tournaments.
This update contains support for upcoming events and tournaments.
This update contains support for upcoming events and tournaments.
This update contains support for upcoming events and tournaments.
This update contains support for upcoming events and tournaments.
This update contains support for upcoming events and tournaments.
This update contains support for upcoming events and tournaments.
This update contains support for upcoming events and tournaments.
This update contains support for upcoming events and tournaments.
This update contains support for upcoming events and tournaments.
This update contains support for upcoming events and tournaments.
This update contains support for upcoming events and tournaments.
This update contains support for upcoming events and tournaments.
This update contains support for upcoming events and tournaments.
This update contains support for upcoming events and tournaments.

Cheat Codes for In-App Purchases

Item Price iPhone/iPad Android
1100 Gems
(1100 Gems currency)
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(300 Gems currency)
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2300 Gems
(2300 Gems currency)
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7500 Gems
(7500 Gems currency)
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4300 Gems
(4300 Gems currency)
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Starter Pack
(2 Theme decks, 10 Packs, 500 Gems, Card Back.)
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Starter Pack
(A bundle of goodies to help your collection!)
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The Liberator Package
(Throne, Gems, Premium Sigils, Jekk and Icaria)
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Veteran's Package
(Gems, Cardback, and Draft Tickets)
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The Bounty Hunter Package
(Throne, 2000 Gems, Premium Sigil, and Jekk)
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4.5 out of 5
1 314 Ratings


This review system is garbage,
In Response to the 1 Star Review...
This game is absolutely free to play and a record of 12-18 for someone who just started playing against a field of players who are already “so ahead of me because they’ve been playing so long” is pretty fair. There are lots of options to play the game against AI that provide great rewards (even for those of us who’ve been playing since closed beta)

The developers have created an excellent game that continues to grow and get bigger. The only things that require you to spend real money for premium currency are cosmetic, and they’re pretty cheap too. As the card pool gets bigger, new players will obviously be at a disadvantage, but there are plenty of decks to choose for competitively playing and having fun, and some of the most effective decks (aggro mostly) are very cheap to build. There will be games that you just can’t win, and there will be games you lose because they draw something dumb off the top, or because you mess up. That’s how card games are. If nothing else, you should give the game a fair shot and decide what you think for yourself. The community itself is very helpful and active, and this game is only going to get bigger.
Deck building is too restricted to balance randomness
This game has a lot going for it—free to play, lovely graphics and card design, intriguing storyline in campaign mode, and even newcomers can compete. So why do I give the game a mere 2/5? Because there simply isn’t a good way to control the randomness inherent in a card game. The decks you build must have 75 cards at a minimum. That’s a BIG deck, and it increases the potential for a long string of bad draws, not to mention poor starting hands. It doesn’t matter how well you craft your deck if you draw nothing but power cards multiple turns in a row while your opponent continues to hit you with the units he or she draws. Or alternatively, if you have too little power and only draw your more expensive cards, you’re still doomed. You might think the solution is to build a deck with cheap units and few power cards, but no, power cards have to make up at least a third of your deck (so at least 25 even in a “small” deck). As a result, almost all my games seem to have results based on luck rather than strategy. It’s enjoyable for a while, but eventually it just gets frustrating when you realize that you only win or lose because one player has bad draws. That’s always a potential issue, but to me the rules in this game accentuate rather than ameliorate the problem, and that’s just awful design.
The best online CCG out there.
As the title says, I believe this is the best online collectible card game out there. The main reason for this is the sheer amount of free stuff you can get just for playing. Every day you get a free pack for just winning a game. There’s a free-to-enter game mode against the AI that gives you a bunch of free gold. There are 2 separate draft modes, and unlike many of the draft modes in other games, you get to keep all of the cards. You get free gold and cards for just winning ranked games, and assuming you get to master at the end of the season (which is SO much easier than other games due to the ranking system), you get a free foil legendary every month. I’ve been playing for 2 or 3 months and I’ve already amassed all of the commons and uncommons as well as 150+rares and 40 legendaries. In addition, it has very good gameplay, with unique mechanics and many similar to that of Magic: the Gathering. (Considering multiple professional Magic players helped design it, that makes sense). Overall, I would definitely recommend this game to anyone who is looking for a new CCG to get into.
An Enjoyable Mashup of Magic and Hearthstone
Eternal is an enjoyable CCG that combines the best card playing elements of Magic: The Gathering with the online automation of Hearthstone. It has just enough differences to be refreshing in its own right. The artwork assets are very good, but not quite up to Blizzard levels. However, most of the artwork, animation and sound is very cool and effective. There are more single player activities than in Hearthstone. The makers of the game supply a generous amount of card packs and coins for playing parts of the game like daily quests, puzzles and tutorials. At the moment, you get a free pre-made deck to keep every 3 days, with a daily quest to accompany it. Multiplayer is standard fare, mostly comparable to Hearthstone. Crafting cards is comparable to Hearthstone also. The game mat is updated with totems on the sides relating mostly to the color of the power sigils used. The micro-transactions are not really necessary if you play the game a lot. Your gameplay activity is synced between your PC/Mac, iPad, iPhone or other tablet or smartphone. This is a very fun game that will appeal to online CCG fans.
Fairly well designed but Elder Scrolls Legends is superior
This game is well-thought out with engaging graphics, sound effects, and card animation. However, it has been on the App Store for over a year now and unfortunately, if you aren’t willing to spend money and got in late, you are screwed. I played a 30 game sample size of multiplayer games and created a deck that seemed formidable to me for being a newcomer with limited selection. I went about 12-18 in multiplayer with many games ending with the opponent really only having to play about 5 cards to create/boost an offensive onslaught that wiped me out by turn #7-10. I fully understand the mechanics of this game and it still didn’t matter. One opponent was able to defeat me by playing two actual unit cards. He had a “relic weapon” that could deal 5 damage to me each turn and the opponent had to do practically nothing to activate it each turn. Another match involved an opponent that playing a card where he brought a unit back from the void that gained charge with a boost in attack power that then summoned 2 more 5/5 creatures after the attack. He pulled this off by turn 6. Cool game, but if you are too late to the party you will have to spend $$$ or an extreme amount of time in the single player game modes to assemble a formidable deck for multiplayer.
Great Digital CCG and actually free to enjoy
I have been playing Eternal since February and I still go back and play it every day. It’s an intuitive card game, similar in some ways to Magic the Gathering but with its own take on the genre. Games are snappy and exciting and you never know what you’re going to see on ranked ladder play. It is generous with handing out rewards and cards - you get a free pack of the latest set each day and the other game modes make it easy to accumulate cards from all sets. You can play vs the AI for free and use the rewards to play other modes that give out cards, packs, and more gold to keep playing. Draft mode is amazing any my favorite by far - you make limited sized decks that encourage creative deck building and play and you keep all the cards you pick! I have spent money on this game to support the amazing developers, who are quick to fix bugs and also interact with players on the Discord channel but I’ve mostly used it for cosmetics and have accumulated almost the entire first 2 sets. Definitely try it you like CCGs!
Diovol Palmer,
Simply amazing.
This card game is is absolutely fantastic. It has loads of content from campaigns, to new and old card packs, new boards you can play on, card backs, avatars and of course the large card pool. The developers have made this game very generous with the rewarding you constantly. Whether you are just playing against a.i or real players. You’re getting rewarded. It plays similar to magic with some hearthstone but it’s risen above both those games. I’m a multi year hearthstone player, but I’ve taken a long break from it and during this break I stumbled across eternal. I’ll tell ya after playing this game, I won’t be going back to hearthstone. This is without a doubt a free game worth spending some money on to help the developers, this is f2p done right! There is so much more to write about(like amazing card art, mechanics, cross-play/cross-save between every other platform(this feature alone deserves parenthesis inside parenthesis), etc), but I kinda just wanna keep playing some matches and building decks. Again, great game :)
DeadlyWolf 844,
To the 1 star review
This game is very generous in giving you cards. They talk about you should be winning on your skills not paying for the cards, and they weren't kidding!This game is the least amount of "Pay to Win" I've ever seen! Your first win of the day is a booster pack! Compare that to Hearthstone where you need to win 3 games to get 10 coins and a pack is 100 coins. Additionally each pack comes with craft stones as well. Sure you can easily accelerate the collection process by buying all the cards, but being able to draft and keep your cards or play Forge (Arena in Hearthstone but with only AI opponents and you keep the cards you pick) makes the "grind" feel less of a grind and more fun. Hell most times I value draft, and just look for mythics and cards I want for my deck. Even the pre constructed decks they give you can get you to at least Silver in ranked matches. So no this game is super gracious in giving you cards and I love it!
Great, completely unbalanced game
Awesome game, but the balance on this game is way off. There are wayyyyy too many instant-kill cards and accelerators out there, without ready ways to counter them. I know going into pretty much every game that the moment I play most any creature, it will be torched or nullified with silence, or turned into a frog, or crippled, or any of a number of other maladies that only cost a couple of “power”, if not just one.

Late-game unit abilities are also off-the-charts awesome, in ways that make me enjoy the game less. Legendary units have a bevy of abilities that instantly shift momentum if the game manages to go past 5 or 6 turns.

The animations and overall presentation are top-notch, and I do play a lot. You get free cards and packs with regularity, and the crafting system gives you a great way to utilize duplicates. As an avid MTG player, I will tell you that I play this instead on my mobile devices. I just wish that the balance could be addressed and that the number of ways you can control the board through direct damage and kill-cards would be reduced. Great game, dire wolf.
Finally, a F2P friendly CCG
This game is by far my favorite online CCG. The gameplay is a lot of fun (MTG style combat) and the polish is really good too. (voice acting, animations, sounds, art, etc) and the best part? You don't really need to spend any money to have fun.
As long as you aren't playing in the super high and competitive ranks, the meta isn't all that influential. Unlike Legends of Runeterra, you can do stupid stuff in this game and make it work. I’ve built several decks that are a lot of fun and are mostly pretty decent, (some are just memes) and I didn't need to spend a dime to do that.
Now, if you play super competitively, you’ll need to make a meta deck and maybe spend some money, but I haven't run into any of that yet.

My only major complaint is that the shuffling algorithm sometimes doesn't work all that great. I used to get screwed 2/5 times and flooded another 2/5. That doesn't happen as much now and I can't tell if it’s because of the addition of the plunder mechanic, I got better at building decks, or because they fixed it.

This is more of a nitpick, but I wish there was a little more variety in the animations and that some (especially kill cards) were a bit more dramatic. Wouldn't it be cool if units dropped onto the board instead of warping in? (that said, some of the newer spells do have unique animations)