Cycling Releases Deck Tracker for Marvel Snap

Players can monitor their decks as well as destroyed and discarded cards with this new tracker.

Marvel Snap delivered a unique and exciting card game when it launched on mobile and PC platforms last year. The game continues to grow and evolve as developer Second Dinner adds new cards and locations, and players constantly conjure up new strategies to unleash on their opponents. Keeping track of everything that happens in a match can be a bit tedious, which is why’s new Marvel Snap deck tracker is creating a more convenient experience for players. launched the beta version of its Marvel Snap deck tracker as a free app earlier this week. Available for Windows, this app will add an overlay to the side of your screen when Marvel Snap is open. It will display your current deck, providing valuable information over the course of a game. The tracker highlights the cards that are still in your deck, so you have a better idea of ​​what you’ll potentially draw in future turns.

A Look at the Marvel Snap Deck Tracker Overlay

The deck tracker also lists all the cards you discarded and destroyed in a game. It’s easy to forget which cards you destroyed or discarded, so this is extremely useful if you’re using cards like Ghost Rider or Knull.

When you download the Marvel Snap deck tracker, you’ll need to create an account with Untapped. After that, you can easily connect it to the Marvel Snap to use its feature set.

Untapped previously published similar trackers for popular card games like Magic the Gathering: Arena and YuG-Oh! Duel Master. As it is still in beta, there are many features and quality of life improvements that have yet to make it to the app, such as card variant support, integrated OBS support. It’s only available for PC players, so snappers on iOS and Android won’t be able to take advantage of it. For more on the pacing of the Marvel Snap, Shacknews has you covered.

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