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South Park: Phone Destroyer Out Now on iOS and Android
11 November 2017, 08:29 | Justin Tyler
Alongside a launch trailer
The freemium game South Park: Phone Destroyer is now available for free download - though with some expensive in-app purchase options. South Park:Phone Destroyer will feature a large number of character types, so do not be surprised to see knights and pirates confront clerics, angels, and even aliens. Each card has different abilities, meaning there are many different types of squads you can form. Each class has its advantages and disadvantages, which will help players determine how they should create their decks.
Assassins: Fast characters with low health used to ambush enemies. From South Park Digital Studios comes a real-time battle game like nothing you've ever experienced before! "In-app purchases cost real money and are charged to your account and for those reasons, this game should not be played anyone". Card placement will determine where the units stand in the arena which could make or break a match depending on where the opponent places their respective units.
Players can obtain new cards through getting loot after beating episodes and bosses in the single player 60 Stage Campaign or working their way up the ranks in PvP mode. -AI and player-vs. -player battles to engage in, though you're better off tackling others a little later on in the game, once you've got enough resources to bring to the table.
South Park:Phone DestroyerTM brings you iconic South Park characters, action packed real-time strategy, exploding PvP battles, trademark South Park humor and collectible cards in a flawless mix that's spicier than Cartman's chili con carne.
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