KARDS is a WW2 collectible-card game, now available on both Android and iOS devices

Android and iOS players will get their victory spoils!

The largest WW2 card-collectible game in the world, KARDS, has just launched on mobile and is now available on iOS and Android for users to join the over 1 million KARDS gamers who have played the game on PC since its release in 2019. The KARDS developer, 1939 Games, is also thrilled to announce that cross-play will be included in all editions of the game, enabling players to organize their forces and advance the battle across several platforms.

Brothers in Arms, the fourth significant expansion for KARDS, debuts later in the month with new cards, features, and localization for Japan.

Step onto the battlefield of WW2, take command and challenge other players in KARDS

Veterans of KARDS and new members alike can enter the World War Two battlefield, assume leadership, and engage in massive battles on land, sea, and the air. Players build their decks out of a variety of troops, including tanks, artillery, infantry, and aircraft, which are all brought to life using artwork that is either inspired by or actually from the time of the conflict. Each unit’s play style was developed utilizing official documents, specs, and operating experience.

Players can mix US and Japanese forces into their deck for an unholy alliance of the warring Pacific powers or see how potent a German-British combination makes for dominance of Western Europe, which balances historical accuracy. The unique frontline mechanisms in the game enable players to better safeguard support assets and engage the enemy once a deck has been built. When the enemy is outmanned and outgunned, engage in defensive warfare or use Blitzkrieg tactics to quickly overwhelm them.

Image via 1939 Games

No matter what device they want to combat on or how they choose to fight, players can expect seamless cross-platform gaming. Through their KARDS account, commanders can move their progress between devices. The KARDS experience is at full military force whether on a 4K gaming monitor or a smaller smartphone screen thanks to an adaptive user interface.

Both Android and iOS users can download the game for free. English, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, French, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish are all supported languages for KARDS.

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