Apart from a bit of joining issues, I had a lot of fun — and met new friends in the process!
You people have a goldmine here if you polish it a bit and look towards adaptions of different combination of boardgames. I'd like to thank you guys the intuitive gameplay and managing innovation in such a short timeframe. As far as basic polish goes, I guess UI could get some work, get a settings menu in there, some admin controls — not too much — just to keep public games orderly in a way (Board state snapshots, votekick).
As for more advanced stuff I'd love to see a shuffle animation, and intergrate sliding decks or cards under other decks when holding 'T', which should make sliding cards to the back of a deck after drawing less of a handling.
I also had some problems adjusting to grabbing decks/cards. A tip would be to have a modifier to always pick up deck, and otherwise just drawing cards. You guys did more complex handling in Receiver and I'm sure you could out-do yourself here.
Something that irks me about the gameplay is that you go into end-game too fast. Decks empty out really quickly at which point you end up picking Hell cards when you're in Tall Trees for example. My new friend and I were already adjusting the rules so that we'd keep track of points and return fought cards back to the deck. When we had to fight or pick graveyard monsters, we'd pick one from the bottom of the stage we were in. I find it amazing that we're able to improvise and alter the rules for ourselves and that to me really makes this a good boardgame game. A solution would either be more cards, with more variety to them. I'd like to fight a boss, with different mechanics, something, I don't know. Picking Hell cards in the Forest just sort of breaks the vibe.
Also, we quickly caught on that the healthsword, plus the staff, plus the smiting scroll is a powerful combo and made my opponent steamroll me with double the score. Then again, that combination is rather hard to get.
All in all you guys never cease to amaze me and I commend you all on your hard work!