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Operation CrossCounter allows for real-time, true cross-platform cooperative gameplay across iOS, Android and web browsers. With friends, or AI-controlled characters, players fight for the future from their mobile devices or computers in a 3D, persistent sci-fi universe, embarking on missions to combat the Guroken menace. Successes and failures in each mission contribute to an overall “War Situation System” which adapts the gameworld and available missions accordingly for all players.

Operation CrossCounter  features:
- Real-time Cooperative Play: Partner with up to three users or play alongside AI-controlled characters
- Explore Three Unique Worlds: Embark on hundreds of unique missions, ranging from ambush to defense missions – no two missions are alike, with different goals, maps and enemies
- Contingent Gameplay: Innovative “War Situation System” calculates every player’s mission results and adapts the gameworld accordingly
- Customize Your Fighter: Create an anime-style character with fully customizable appearances, skills and weapons that reflects your battle style
- Dynamic Weapons: Each weapon utilizes special skills and different attacks depending on user touches and taps   
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