Shikihime Garden’s Overview:\nShikihime Garden is an original hybrid browser-based game of gardening and deck-building embedded with RPG elements where players must foster lovely Shikihime (female characters with magic abilities), take care of beautiful gardens and collect a variety of cards through numerous battles. The game combines turn-based card combat and simulation gameplay with exploration and quests. Collect Shikihime, grow your garden, subjugate monsters, team up with your friends and get ready for the most exciting and pleasant adventure as ever! \n\nShikihime Garden’s Key features:\nLovely Shikihime staying, playing, eating and… sleeping in the garden for real\nAbundant of beautiful items to decorate the garden\nA variety of collectible charming Shikihime and hideous monster cards built with well balance for building decks\nUnique combination modes to craft more powerful and rare cards\nExtremely difficult boss battles for encouraging team cooperation\nMulti-level quests suite

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  1. Shikihime Garden is browser type of card game with anime characters.
    It has some rpg elements like upgrading your cards with materials, leveling cards they gain exp etc.
    Interface is basic and could use some more work.

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  2. Really good card browser game with few anime elements.When you see the title of the game,first what you think of is Japanese anime.
    Game is relative easy,so u wont need much time to know how to play it,but you will need it to master this game.
    5 stars

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  3. I really do like this card game as well. It’s pretty creative, compared to most CCG game. I like how the characters look like it’s from an anime, futhermore, the game also includes some unique Uis to follow along with it. Overall, I’d have to give this game a 4/5

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  4. Kind of a cool card game. Artwork is more on the anime style; the graphics as a whole kind of feels outdated though. And the gameplay itself is quite interesting, sharing a lot of similar aspects to RPGs. For instance, you have quests, battles, guilds, and shops, like you do in a lot of RPG-based games. The card aspect of the game is mostly designated to battles. Also it’s neat that this game’s a browser-based game; quite convenient to play for that matter. Overall, I’d rate this game a 3.8/5.

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