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No Surrender Heroes is a fast-paced tactical card battler now available on Android, iOS, and PC

Is that Clash Royale music?

The strategy genre has got a new entry with No Surrender Heroes, which is a fast-paced tactical card battler now available on Android and iOS platforms.

No Surrender Heroes is a real-time strategy multiplayer where you enter the arena to battle against players worldwide. From the overview itself, I was drawing comparisons with Supercell’s popular game in the same genre, Clash Royale. What’s even more funny is that this new game has been somewhat lazy in the UI adaptions as well, you almost have the blue feature with the chest slots organized the same way.

No Surrender Heroes gameplay
Image via No Surrender Game Studio

Well, let me cut down on comparisons now. The gameplay is surely inspired by Clash Royale but is a different setting. In this fast-paced game, you control advanced robots, heroes, and buildings to outplay your enemies. Your goal is to create the best battle deck by strategically choosing cards and dragging them into the arena to take down enemy towers. Hmm, sounds familiar again, but let us move on.

To become a master of deck building, you must carefully select special cards for your battle deck. As you progress through the game, you can collect and level up over 60 war cards, each featuring advanced units, structures, and support. Winning battles with your unique Rumble universe cards allows you to move on to new arenas and build a powerful collection. Again, something something Clash Royale? Sorry, I will stop now.

If you feel you are a fan of the card battler genre, No Surrender Heroes might be a good pick for you. You can download the game on Android and iOS via Google Play Store and App Store respectively, with the PC option also available via Steam.

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