Brawl of Ages Review

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Brawl of Ages is a free-to-play strategy multiplayer Collectible Card Arena developed by BNA Studios and published by S2 Games. Gameplay-wise, Brawl of Ages is clearly inspired by games like Clash Royale, heavily competitive and collection oriented.

What you’ll find is impressive with Brawl of Ages is the fact that it’s incredibly rewarding and lets you collect almost all cards by just playing a few hours. You’ll be already accustomed to its gameplay if you have played games similar to this before, so there’s not much to be careful about with this one. All you have to do is create a 10-card deck and play all your cards as long as you have the mana for it.

Each 1v1 match in Brawl of Ages is fast paced and lasts 1 to 3 minutes. What you have to do in order to win is either destroy the enemy base or have the most towers standing when the 3 minute timer ends. This makes laddering quick and card collection even faster so that it won’t get grindy in any way.

Brawl of Ages has 3 main game modes: Conquest, Quick Match, and Smash Party, with conquest being a boss race mode and Smash Party a custom mode where you can play with your friends. All modes are extremely easy to get into and don’t need any further reading or practicing. Just get in and play till your heart’s content.

What’s bad though is that after a few hours gameplay feels repetitive and since you collect cards so quickly you don’t get a sense of achievement when you do so. However, Brawl of Ages is a solid Clash-Royale “copy cat” that should not be overlooked.

Minimum System Requirements

Operating System: Windows 7
Processor: Dual-Core Intel or AMD at 2.4GHz
Memory (RAM): 4GB
Hard Disk Space: 1GB
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce 8600


  • Fast Paced Gameplay
  • Easy Crafting and Card Collection
  • Completely Free-to-Play


  • Unbalanced Cards
  • Some Grind Needed
  • Low Graphics


Katerina is currently a student in National Technical University of Athens as a Surveying Engineer. She was a gamer from early on, spending most days on Atari and NEO GEO emulators on her parents PC, furiously seeking her next favorite videogame. She truly realised her love for videogames when she became an adult though and from that moment on she wanted to make it her carreer by any means necessary. After having spent a few years in videogame journalism she came to believe that one day she will be the most famous videogame reviewer in existence.
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