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In Devil Maker, mobile gamers will discover:
- Deep and dark dungeons full of wicked devils – Joining forces with the good devils, players must fight the bad devils roaming the streets of Tokyo. Each move is determined by the players’ choice among three cards, which can be rewarding or perilous.
- More than 500 cards featuring colorful anime style artwork – Players fight with a deck of six cards, which can be arranged from a pool of more than 500 eye-catching cards. As players level up, they also can enhance their cards using the game’s unique upgrade systems – merging, skill transfer, recontract and evolution.
- Exciting Competition – Players can compete against each other in the Arena, or in Crystal of the Abyss, an exploration challenge where they compete to travel the longest distance. They also can help each other out when fighting the Core of Darkness or the boss devils.
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