How To Play Tableturf In Splatoon 3 

Splatoon 3 Tableturf Battle Guide

Are you struggling to win a match of Tableturf in Splatoon 3? Or don’t know how to find and unlock the Tableturf mini-game? Then this guide will come in handy as we talk about how to play Tableturf in Splatoon 3. For players who don’t know, Tableturf is a card mini-game in Splatoon 3 that allows players to take on different NPCs of Splatville in a battle of cards. The primary goal is to use different cards from a deck of cards, which is customizable, to paint territories till the match ends. Continue reading our how to play Tableturf in Splatoon 3 guide to learn about this card mini-game. 

How To Unlock Tableturf In Splatoon 3 

You can unlock Tableturf in Splatoon 3 by reaching Level 4, and you can do it by playing the online Turf War matches. That said! Once you reach Level 4, go to the main square in Splatvillereach the top of the large staircase, and take a sharp right turn.

Now follow the path to an Alley that will lead you to the NPCs who will let you play the Tableturf card mini-game in Splatoon 3. 

How To Play Tableturf In Splatoon 3 

Assuming you followed the guide so far and managed to unlock and find the location where you can play Tableturf in Splatoon 3, the next thing is to talk to the Tableturf Battle staff to get your starter cards along with a brief tutorial on how to play the game. 

You will have three difficulties in any match of Tableturf Battle in Splatoon 3. Defeating an NPC at the difficulty three times will unlock the next difficulty level, and progressing similarly will unlock new NPCs you can challenge for a Tableturn Battle. 

With that said, you must be thinking about how to play and win Tableturn Battles in Splatoon 3To begin with any Tableturf Battle, you will have 12 turns to decide who wins the game. During these 12 turns, you can choose from four cards from your deck to cover the territory with your ink. Like Tetris, you can rotate your cards to match the pattern and cover more parts. 

There will be times when you or the opponent will contest for the same territory. Simply put, place his pattern on top of yours or vice versa. In that case, the outcome depends on the number of the played card. A higher number card will replace the lower pattern’s ink with its own or make it a neutral territory if the cards have the same number. 

You can cover special areas with your ink to get Special Points that you can use to unleash a Special Card attack that lets you paint the opponents’ territory with your ink. 

At the end of the match, the person with more percentage of territories covered with their ink will win. You get Tableturf points ranging from 30 to 140. Grind more, and you will level up your Tableturn Rank, unlocking new cards to build your own customized decks. 

That concludes our guide on how to play Tableturf Battle in Splatoon 3. For more on Splatoon 3, check our dedicated Splatoon 3 guides section.

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