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Start your campaign by choosing your Human Hero, and get a free starter deck. Battle with AI opponents or other players to earn more cards, try out new classes, and even play as one of the evil Shadow Heroes. Your progress and cards will be saved on the server and can be accessed from any device or play on the web right in your browser!
- amazing card art to rival even the top trading card games
- currently more than 100 cards and more being added constantly
- cross-platform multiplayer battles
- Game Center leaderboards
- full support for Retina and iPad displays
- fantastic 3d graphics and special effects
- amazing custom soundtrack
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