March 25, 2021: Our Mythgard giveaway has now ended. Keep an eye on your email to see if you won
Hearthstone, Legends of Runeterra, and Gwent are great, but sometimes you want something a little different from what the big mobile CCGs have to offer. Mythgard is perfect for players who want a card game that experiments with some cool alternatives to the usual mechanics. The game’s mana burn system, for example, lets you swap cards for mana gems, offering far more versatility than most CCGs in terms of your in-game options.
Mythgard also has a wonderfully distinctive setting and art style, combining fantasy and cyberpunk to create something belonging to both, but beholden to neither. There are plenty of other neat features, too, including a full match history, replays, plenty of unique design decisions intended to optimise the CCG experience, and even a 2v2 mode – which it was doing long before Legends of Runeterra’s most recent labs versions.
That’s why we’ve partnered with Rhino Games this week to give away some Winter War Starter packs for Mythgard. So if you feel like sinking your teeth into a new card game, this giveaway might be the perfect place to start.
Each Winter War Starter pack contains the following:
- 25 Winter War Card Packs
- 1000 Mythril (in-game premium currency)
- Rebel Safehouse and Alliance Command Center Paths
- Bolster and Erode Powers
- Exclusive Winter War Card Material and Trim
Note that you can only redeem Mythgard codes on Android, but the game’s accounts are cross-platform, meaning that anything redeemed within the Android version is also available on iOS.
If you want to enter, all you need to do is fill out the box below. However, if you do fancy taking part, please check out our terms and conditions first.
We’ll send out the codes to our lucky winners next Thursday. If you’re new to the world of Mythgard, you’ll find it available for download as a free-to-play game on the App Store and Google Play.
While you’re here, why not also check out our list of the best mobile card games for iOS and Android?