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The game pits two players and their two cards against one another in a match of elements, where water will defeat fire, fire defeat earth, and earth defeat water. With a time limit placed on making a decision when choosing a card, players are forced to make strategic decisions quickly. Cards are chosen at random from a players deck in each hand.

Players can upgrade their decks by buying card packs or upgrade individual cards as they level up. With a wide variety of monster and item cards, the combinations of cards in a hand is endless as is the ability to collect rare and powerful cards. A successful match is determined partially by chance but weighs heavily on a player’s ability to think critically of one’s situation and initiate a proper response. Presented in retina display as the card characters come alive on the screen, Duel of Fate incorporates beautiful animation along that transforms a card combat game into an immersive tactical battle.
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