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Within the game, players battle enemy armies across 100 different levels, deploying their warriors strategically to maximize decapitations and defend their army general. By winning battles, players earn rarer, more powerful warriors which they can build into their deck. If players want to acquire new warriors prior to winning these battles, they can also purchase them via In-App Purchases.

Test your army’s might in a face-off against close rivals via a local Bluetooth connection, or challenge a mysterious opponent online via Game Center.
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