Berserk: The Cataclysm

Genre: Collectable Card Game
Publisher: Bytex 

Berserk: The Cataclysm or BeC for short is a CCG (Collectable Card Game) on the social networking site, Facebook. The game theme is set similar to that of The Lord of the Rings, BeC has a variety of creatures including but not limited to; humans and vampires, orges and goblins, dragons and knights, wizards, witches, warriors, elves, ents and a whole host of mythical creatures. Aside from the lag (which might just be me) Berserk: The Caraclysm is quite enjoyable.

"Berserk: The Cataclysm is set in the world of Laar, a once prosperous land that is now covered in ashes after a cataclysm caused by powerful magic. The darkness covered its lands and birthed terrible beasts and monsters. Trying to protect themselves from the dark creatures, the mightiest wizards established the flying islands, rising parts of land in the sky. Now they are battling with each other for resources and living space."

Game currency = Imperials 

Game Play
Typical to most TCG's you need to assemble your cards in order to battle, in BeC however you must assemble squads which consist of 8 cards ( One hero and seven spots distributed between creatures, equipment and terrain) all heros I've seen have a majority of creatures available, I suppose otherwise having 7 swords and only 1 unit wouldn't make much sense. More advanced opponents will use multiple squads thus granting you the availability to use an equal number of squads.

Cards are collected by;

Winning Battles
Booster Packs
Special Events
The Shop
Research Laboratory

Battle modes available are;

Campaigns - Which is the normal progression to more difficult battles of the game

Daily Campaigns - Three random battles between either random players, friends or bots (depending

on which mode you choose)

Invaders - Defend your land from invading forces or help friends by defending their land

Portal - This is where you launch attacks against other players' lands

Friendly Battle - Challenge your friends to a battle with no cost or reward

Something unique is the card counter which shows your number of cards (including duplicates).

All-in-all Berserk: The Cataclysm has some worthwhile components that make it a neat game to play. I think fans of CCG's and creature battles or to those who think it could be fun, I would recommend playing just to see if BeC is for you.

Berserk: The Cataclysm Facebook