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I appreciate Family Friendly Gaming being provided a retail copy of Adventure Time Card Wars on DVD for this review. There are sixteen episodes of this television show on this DVD. It takes around 176 minutes to watch Adventure Time Card Wars from start to finish. The first two episodes are about the Card Wars card game. They are by far the best episodes on this disc. I wish there was more episodes about Card Wars on this disc.

The sixteen episodes on Adventure Time Card Wars are Card Wars, Daddy-Daughter Card Wars, What Was Missing, Up A Tree, A Glitch is a Glitch, Nemesis, Evergreen, Everything's Jake, The Diary, Dentist, Varmints, Football, Crossover, The Hall of Egress, Flute Spell, and The Thin Yellow Line. A couple of these episodes are on other discs we have seen here at Family Friendly Gaming.

The package Family Friendly Gaming was provided also came with a Card Wars card inside. That is pretty neat. There is also an advertisement for other Card Wars related products. There is plenty of funny moments in Adventure Time Card Wars. I rarely can figure out when characters are going to do brave things, or completely stupid things. I guess Adventure Time keeps me on my toes.

The content in Adventure Time Card Wars that families need to be aware of is magic, blood, gore, violence, tarot cards, obsession over winning, death, multi dimension religious teachings, and more. There are a variety of mage characters in Adventure Time Card Wars. The episode that explored the Banana Guards had false worship and a promotion of art.

Adventure Time Card Wars is something I watched with our boys. We all laughed at various points in time at certain things that happened in Adventure Time Card Wars. There was no: "Finn I'm helping," moment in Adventure Time Card Wars. I do not recall LSP being in much of Adventure Time Card Wars. Maybe not at all. The card game connection is interesting. I don't mess with most card games since they are so complex and confusing. I wish we could have that kind of a hologram board shows in the episode though. That was pretty cool.
- Paul


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 75%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Gameplay: 75%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: DVD
Publisher: Cartoon Network
Developer: Pendleton Ward
Rating: ‘TV-PG’ - This program contains material that parents may find unsuitable for younger children under the age of 10
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