Submitted by gokuking 1004d ago | news

Invizimals: Hidden Challenges Trading Card Game App surpasses 100,000 downloads in 2 weeks

Viva la Vita: "Novarama, Panini and Sony Computer Entertainment Europe have announced that downloads of their PSP, PSVita, iOS, and Android App, Invizimals: Hidden Challenges has surpassed 100,000 downloads in two weeks. The app, originally released in late January, is currently only available in Spain and Portugal. Hidden Challenges ties into a physical trading card game from Panini, who plans on releasing over 470 cards in the first set. The free downloadable app allows users to import their physical Hidden Challenges cards into the virtual world to continue the fight. The app provides collection statistics, online multiplayer, and of course allows users to demo the augmented reality features that made the franchise famous." (Android, Invizimals: Hidden Challenges, iPad, iPhone, PS Vita, PSP)

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