Guardian Cross, a free-to-play card battle/role-playing game hybrid from publisher Square Enix, is available today for iOS and Android devices.
Ref Code: GX48643 This game is a very unique take on a mobile card game. Unlike many other games, it's very interactive, has a storyline, and the graphics are high quality and very fluid. There are several references to FF (Leviathan, mandragora, etc...yay for FF fans!) and even the battle music is very FF like. The tutorial in the beginning will take you through most of the steps and it's very straightforward to tell you the truth. Here are a couple nice features to the game that I found unique: - Rather than opening plain card packs, you actually have to hunt and shoot monsters via a hunting rifle in first person. You get 60 seconds to catch monsters, so the better you are at this, the more monsters you get. - Each card has different skills that can trigger. You build a deck of 10 cards and you battle somebody else's 10 cards. Placement of cards can play a role in the outcome of the battle (Do you put your heavy hitter up front or save them for last?) - You can customize skills to your cards. Kinda neat since you'll be able to uniquely customize your card so that not every Leviathan (for example) is exactly the same. Lastly, the "Type" of your guardian makes a difference in your stats! Ace is obviously the best, but here's a breakdown of everything else: Cool: (Base Stats) Chaotic: +10%HP, -10%WIS Sexy: +10%MP, -10%HP Powerful: +10%ATK, -10%AGI Brave: +10%DEF, -10%MP Fast: +10%AGI, -10%DEF Intelligent: +10%WIS, -10%ATK Ace: +10% all stats So on top of everything, there's a invite promotion going on. Invite people, and both you and the person you invite get free promotional cards. The more people you invite, the better cards you get! I have shamelessly put my Referral Code (GX48643) up top , so if you could help me out - it'd be much appreciated. I would be more than happy to friend you and help you out with the game. See you all in-game. :)
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