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Kilka Card Gods features a story mode in which players must guide Kilka champion Yupanki in his worldwide quest to defeat the card gods who have stolen the golden relics. The full game features over 80 levels which transport the player to the four corners of the Earth - from the lush green slopes of Machu Picchu to the exotic Taj Mahal and the majesty of the Roman Colosseum. In story mode, players can solve challenges, win trophies and complete extra tasks.

- 80+ levels across seven iconic locations
- Intuitive gameplay
- Vibrant graphics
- Seven different bosses to beat
- Two difficulty modes: normal and hard
- Integrated with Game Center
- Original soundtrack
- Available in English, French, Russian, German, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish
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