I own Cube 3 by Steven Brundage. While I don't own Cube Cards, from the looks of the trailer it looks like a cube solve algorithm is used, and a few are taught in Cube 3, so if you're interested in buying both it would probably be a good purchase.

However, if you have Cube 3 and want to learn more cube magic, I highly recommend Takamiz Usui's lecture:

https://www.penguinmagic.com/p/8970
There's a bit of controversy behind this, but the long and short of it is that the main technique that Steven Brundage teaches on Cube 3 is a minor variation of Usui's algorithm, which was the original one hand cube solve algorithm. Usui has some great cube magic tricks, including a cube match effect that is completely ungimmicked, and it's a great lecture for if you want some actual tricks and routines, which there aren't in Cube 3. But, definitely buy and learn the one hand solve from Cube 3 first, as it will give you a feel for cube magic, and it will be difficult to learn the basic move from Usui's lecture as the translator is a little confusing at times. Once you have learnt the one hand solve from Brundage, all of Usui's explanations for his routines will make perfect sense, and you'll be equipped with some powerful cube magic.

I know it's not the answer you were looking for, but I recommend getting Cube 3 and then Usui's lecture before anything else.