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bamb is a card game where you sacrifice cards to eliminate enemy cards.

Whoever has the most points on the board by the end of the game wins!

Updated 4 days ago
Published 6 days ago
AuthorsAmos, Veld
GenreCard Game
TagsLudum Dare 43
Average sessionA few minutes
AccessibilitySubtitles, High-contrast, Interactive tutorial
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Way too difficult, would've been better if we could choose a difficulty. 10 games, 9 losses and 1 draw.

One suggestion: don't make the tutorial mandatory. Local storage may no longer be there when a user returns and then he is forced to play the tutorial again. I don't see a good reason to make the tutorial mandatory.

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A quick workaround: start the tutorial and exit out to the main menu - you don't actually have to complete it for `Play` to unlock.

I made it mandatory because the last time I made a card game for Ludum Dare, *everybody* was confused about the rules. I might change it to "Are you *sure* you want to skip the tutorial?" prompt at some point.

edit: I just made some changes to address that. New game is no longer disabled, but if you click it, it'll recommend you do the tutorial - you can opt to click 'cancel' from there and go straight to a regular game. Hopefully this achieves both goals!


It's very good game but I lose every match :)


Fwiw I designed the game and the AI still beats me 2/3 times :(

This game is pretty awesome! It didn't start for me in Firefox, but works fine in Chromium.


Sorry about that! I was using one function slightly wrong, it's all fixed now!

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It still didn't work, so I had a closer look and found this in the console:

"Request to access cookie or storage on “” was blocked because we are blocking all third-party storage access requests and content blocking is enabled."

Turns out this happened due to my privacy settings:

Cookies and Site Data -> Block Cookies and Site Data -> All third-party cookies

I added "" to the exceptions and now it works. It's important to prefix with "https://", just "" won't work.