SuperFight! Review – The Ultimate Game of "Who Would Win in a Fight?"

SuperFight The Classic Bundle

SuperFight! Review – The Ultimate Game of "Who Would Win in a Fight?"

August 30, 2015 9:00 AM

By: Andrew Stretch


Do you have one of those friends who always poses those hypothetical "Who would win in a fight?" No? Well, then it might be you. Regardless, SuperFight! might be a fun game to break out for you and your friends to play. In this game you will play card pairings of all kinds of characters and then debate over who would be victorious if they were to all go head to head.




SuperFight as a base game includes white and black cards—the white cards are comprised of characters while the black cards are modifiers. From there you can get the Green Deck with G rated white and black cards, the Red deck with R rated white and black cards, the Orange Deck with geek white and black cards, the Purple Deck filled with group modifiers that affect all the fighters, and the Blue Deck, which gives you the option of setting a location for the fight.

SuperFight Scattered Cards



This game is for two to whatever number of players you find reasonable as there are ways to play two fighters going against one another, everyone playing a character but one villain against the rest, a Battle Royale where it is everyone against one another in the fight or even a pacifist game style where you go for the funniest fighter. The fighters that you might see pitted against one another can be as wild as "Literal Seal Team Six armed with lightsaber nunchucks" or something more simple like "Indiana Jones with a snowball." Now with only white and black cards, a decision like this seems too simple; that's where the Blue and Purple cards come into the fray. The Blue cards add a location to the fight and the Purple cards add a modifier to all of the fighters at once—you might think your fighter has it in the bag right up until the moment you learn they are in free fall from space with no arms ...

SuperFight is great for game nights or if you're hosting a party with friends and perfect for college dorm settings. SuperFight allows you to include everyone in on the fun as you discuss all the ludicrous different possible combinations of fighters. Due to the sheer number of cards and combinations that you can come up with, you might find that there will never be two fights that are the same. There is fantastic replayability in SuperFight because of the sheer number of cards at your disposal, and unlike Cards Against Humanity, that is so dependent on just the cards, in SuperFight you get to be more involved in the game through debating with one another. A game of SuperFight can last from a few hands if you don't have much time to as long as you want with plenty of chance for people to hop into the game or drop out in between rounds.


SuperFight Example
Who do you think would win in this fight? and that's not even with a Blue or Purple

The most difficult part that I have found in playing this game is the people that you play with—make sure to pick a crowd that can accept when they have lost because otherwise you might end up in a cycle of arguing as one or more members of the group might not want to concede. For this it's recommended to put a timer on the amount of discussion that can happen and have a vote at the end for a simple majority rules. Unlike other card games of this nature, such as Cards against Humanity, this game isn't anonymous, so if you feel that one player is playing favorites instead of playing by the rules, then be sure to direct them to the rules:

If a player is being biased, for whatever dumb reason, never play with that person again. They are lame, and should go play charades with their cats until they learn how to play with people

Lastly the cards that you get for SuperFight are good quality and fairly stiff, meaning that you don't have to be too worried about any bends or scratches, but like any card game if you want it to be around for a while then don't go abusing them.

You can purchase SuperFight in a variety of different formats and packs via the SuperFight Store Page. This review was completed with SuperFight: The Classic Bundle, which gives you 1000 cards to play with. The 500 core card pack is $35 and each of the expansions are $15 in case you want to pick and choose your selection.

The reviewer purchased the SuperFight: The Classic Bundle with his own money. This review does not include the Anime Deck, the Challenge Deck, or the Walking Dead deck.

Review Summary

Review Summary


SuperFight is a great game to play with a small or large group that's looking to have fun and get in a bit of an argument, just as long as you all know when to stop.

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Author: Andrew Stretch | Senior Content Manager
Andrew is the Senior Content Manager at TechRaptor. Playing games since before he could talk Andrew has always enjoyed dedicating a large portion of his life to getting lost in digital worlds. This… Read More