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Hero Academy is asynchronous, so a player may battle friends across multiple simultaneous games, whenever they have a few moments of free time. Push notifications alert you to your turn – select your moves from a range of options, like advancing across the playing field, attacking, defending, or adding powerful items to the fray. Once you’re satisfied with your five moves, submit your turn or add a silly animated taunt. The game’s built-in chat system lets you talk smack or simply stay in touch with friends. The first player to destroy their opponent’s crystals is declared the winner, but a range of strategies ensure that no two games are alike. The game launches with two unique teams, each with a variety of playable units. More heroic teams, avatars and add-ons will be available via in-app purchase.

Hero Academyfeatures:
• Multiplayer Tactics Gaming on the Go – challenge friends to one-on-one battles via online multiplayer
• Asynchronous Strategy – play a heated bout in twenty minutes or across a full day, whenever you have a few moments
• Quick to Learn – Casual players can attack without mercy, while tactics game buffs will love the strategic cat-and-mouse gameplay
• Heroic Visuals – Colorful fantasy graphics highlight each character and the playing field’s boost tiles
• Vicious Variety – each team has five unique units with different strengths and magical abilities
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