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Control any of five different commanders, all with unique abilities, to rid the world of the plague slowly dying monsters. It is your against the masses. Race to decimate the hordes before they overwhelm the planet. Play matches with two to four commanders on three different difficulty levels (including the No Hope! Challenge).
Key Features:
- Universal App (Works on iPad& iPhone)
- Board Game feel, iPad looks
- Cooperative Turn Based Strategy mechanics
- Full Retina Graphics
- Game Center Turn Based Multiplayer available
- Five specialized characters to command
- Play a 2, 3 or 4 character game for vastly different challenges
- Includes hand drawn commissioned artwork
- Three different Difficulty levels
- Game Center Leader boards & Achievements
- Multi-step tutorial to quickly learn the game
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