Already available on the App Store, X-Men: Battle of the Atom [Free] is one of the legit countless free to play collectable card games out there. However, it's got some neat features that might make it worth a second look if you passed it up when it launched in mid-January. Namely, massive player versus player battles that actually require a bit of coordination and communication once you get deeper in:

I'm partial to games like SolForge [Free] when it comes to these free to play CCG's, and with a release of Hearthstone potentially right around the corner it's hard to get that excited for anything else... But it's still cool to see developers mixing the formula up and including new mechanics- Especially when tied with recognizable IP.

  • ODMay

    Umm... no. /:

  • Boris Nguetie

    C...R...A...P...

  • JJE McManus

    Points for her enthusiasm but not much more

  • Jake7905

    Been there, done that, won't go back again.

  • zergslayer69

    For a second there I thought this had something to do with children of the atom. And...nope.

  • Michael Graham Jr

    card games suck

    • http://rekzkarz.com/ REkzkaRZ

      Wha? There are many MANY great card games for mobile. Your comment sucks.

      • Michael Graham Jr

        thanks i value your opinion, but mine still stands card games suck, now go play with your level 8 wombat, lisp

  • Irvin

    I don't play free to play games anymore because 99% of the time the business model destroys the game balance which in turn destroys the core game itself.

    The only exception I see is league of legends or mini games that doesn't have in app purchase at all.

    • http://rekzkarz.com/ REkzkaRZ

      Combat Monsters was pretty good, and is free with a few purchase options. (And don't tell @michaelgrahamjr:disqus -- but it's a strategic card game -- and it's awesome.)