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Spellbreak: This card removes all durability from a card of your choice of your opponement. Can't target Repair. Repair: This card allows you to recover all initial durability from a card of your choice, including cards you don't even own (in this case, adds 1 durability). The card you choose is not revealed to your opponement. Can't target itself.
Board games are a good source for game clone ideas. A game like Monopoly has far too many rules to put together in a short time frame, but here's a list of board games that have simple mechanics. Chess, Go, and Stratego may be too complicated to create an AI opponent, but in that case you can just make it a two-player game.
Legendary: A Marvel Deck Building Game is set in the Marvel Comics universe. To set up the game, players choose a mastermind villain (Magneto, Loki, Dr. Doom, etc.), stack that particular villain's attack cards underneath it, then modify the villain deck as needed based on that villain's particular scheme.
Start the game by removing one of the Queens from a pack, then deal the remaining cards evenly between the players (don't worry if some players have one or two more cards than others). Each player picks up their cards and removes all pairs (e.g. two Kings) and puts them face down in front of them.
Card Sleeve Reference. The following list is intended to assist in what has become a common question on most games' forums -- what card size? This wiki page was based on an original Geeklist by NorDier, as listed below in sources.
Each of you receive 8 cards, and place the rest of the cards in a pile and turn over the top card next to the pile. Eights are wild (of course), and can become any suit or number. If a 9 of diamonds is face up, you can play any nine or any diamond (or any 8, which is a wild card).
Once cards are purchased, then any remaining cards are slid over, and the higher cost spaces are filled with new cards. Cards represent one of five sets: culture, people, tools, building, and farms. Once a player purchases a card, the player must place it face down. That players may not look at his purchased cards until the end of the game.