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Submitted by jimmytran 738d ago | news

Gamebox announces latest fantasy card game "Ancient Summoner" on browser and iOS

Gamebox’s latest fantasy card game “Ancient Summoner” is launching with 2 versions; the browser-based version has already launched today at Gamebox.com, and the iOS version is expected to be released later next month.

Ancient Summoner is a fantasy card competition game where gamers will collect cards and use them to summon mythical creatures in battles against NPC and other players. This game is completely free-to-play. With its two versions, and a round-based game play, Ancient Summoner’s players can truly play the game anywhere at any time, as its each single game can usually be finished in no more than 3 minutes. (Ancient Summoner, Casual games, iPad, iPhone, PC)

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