Tekken Card Tournament
1,000,000 - 5,000,000 downloads
- Beautiful animations and 3D characters
- Intuitive and practical deck manager
- Official Tekken franchise
- Upcoming incredible updates
- Expensive IAPs
- When a Soul Calibur version?
Namco's Tekken CCG
Perhaps we can't enjoy a Tekken version suited for mobile devices yet, but Namco hasn't let down its fans and has launched this substitute. It's a collectible card game, yes it is, but it comes with several major features that really make the difference from the standard card games. First off, because battles are animated and you can watch to the characters make their moves and combos. Secondly, because you manage different decks, one for each of your characters. As decks have a 16 cards end, you don't get lost into a myriad of strange and odd cards. Lastly, because even it can get rather complex, everything is pretty intuitive and enjoyable by experienced card gamers and Tekken fans who have been lured into this genre by witty Namco marketers.
Gameplay is also quite different from mana tappings or other systems. You choice among three actions: draw a card, attack with all your cards or block the first two enemy cards in case he or she tries to strike you. Therefore we have real control over what's happening. If we add this to an intuitive deck manager, we can tell that half the fight is won before, but the second half must be fought on the field.
Initial characters are Kazuya, Paul, Nina, Lili, Xiaoyu, Yoshimitsu, Panda and Law, sure you already know'em. You can play solo as long as you want, or you can dare to go online and challenge worldwide players. Cards are bought and sold, or can be fused into a more powerful one if you have two of a kind. In addition, you can always go to the bank to exchange real money for Mishima coins and purchase booster packs.
Last but not least, Namco announced a series of upcoming updates to integrate Augmented Reality into the game and a QR code system to get new cards. We look forward to that, as we do for more characters and costumes.
Flat truth, it's a great game. In-app purchases are expensive as hell, but you can play for free as long as you want. We deeply appreciate that Namco hasn't made use of its most popular franchise in vain and indeed innovated and developed a so entertaining game... while we wait for a real Iron Fist Tournament on our mobile devices.
TEKKEN goes cross-platform free-to-play for the first time ever with TEKKEN CARD TOURNAMENT for smartphones, tablets and browsers. Now players can take TEKKEN with them everywhere and launch into seamless cross-platform card battles with skill-matched players from around the world.
TEKKEN CARD TOURNAMENT features the stunning 3D visuals players expect from TEKKEN, with electrifying turn-based card battling that’s fun right from the start and loaded with satisfying depth. The launch of the physical TEKKEN CARD TOURNAMENT Game Cards early summer 2013 will bring real-world crossover to the gameplay, with unique QR codes letting players instantly add the card to their digital deck in-game, and Augmented Reality to bring the characters to life in players’ environments. Now players can give their TEKKEN iron fist a workout anytime, anywhere.
DEEP GAMEPLAY: Customise your deck, use the fusion system to create new cards, and perfect your strategic combinations of Focus, Strike and Block moves to take down opponents.
CROSS-PLATFORM PLAY: Take TEKKEN with you everywhere you go with seamless cross-platform online play between any connected devices: Browsers, tablets and smartphones.
AMAZING VISUALS: High quality, liquid smooth 3D graphics faithful to the TEKKEN universe and faultlessly rendered in the app and in browsers.
UNLIMITED ACTION: Train in solo play then challenge matched opponents around the world to climb the global rankings, with extra rewards to win in themed contests and weekly battles.
COLLECTIBLE CARDS: Over 190 real-world collectible Game Cards coming to retailers early summer 2013, featuring Augmented Reality and unique QR code functionality to enhance the in-game experience.
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Fixing a crash at launch when Google Play services isn’t installed
Hard to download bcoj of errors.
But large rooooooom
but please add some characters its a little boring because it have less characters