Publisher ZeniMax Asia and developer Tango Gameworks have announced Hero Dice, the first smartphone game developed by the Ghostwire: Tokyo and The Evil Within studio.
Here’s a new trailer:
Here’s a rundown on the game:
The first smartphone game from Tango Gameworks led by Shinji Mikami! Up to 4 player multiplayer! You control heroes and cards with a variety of abilities! Roll the dice or use the cards? You’ll have to make a decision or use your cards! Make a decision and get inspired to challenge the “Slugfest of Luck and Strategy”!
- Simple Rules and Controls – This is a game for everyone! Simple rules and controls! Roll the dice to control your hero, and attack on the squares that are stopped! The more heroes you overtake, the more attacks you’ll get! Kill all the enemies on the board!
- The game gets more intense when you’re in a pinch! The decisive factor in the game is the cards – When in trouble, use cards to solve it! If you can use the cards with various effects well, you can attack continuously or recover from a critical situation! You’ll be able to use your own card combos to turn the tables on your opponents!
- This is the true essence of heroes! Use your skills – When a turn passes during battle, you’ll be able to use your skills! Each hero has a different set of skills! There are many different skills for each hero!
- Strengthen your heroes and cards to prepare for battle – Both cards and heroes can grow!You can grow both cards and heroes! Grow the heroes you get from summoning and battles! The more cards you grow, the more advantageous the battle becomes!
- Let’s go into battle with your friends – Up to four players can play at the same time! You can play with up to four players at the same time! Multiplayer offers advantages not found in solo play, such as helper cards!
Even the toughest enemies can be defeated if you work together! In addition, you can challenge quests with only one person’s stamina in multiplayer! Let’s play multiplayer more and more!
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