Battle Cards HD - Multi-Card Game

Discussion in 'Pre-Orders, Soft Launches, and Upcoming iOS Games' started by GamerOutfit, Sep 17, 2010.

  1. GamerOutfit

    GamerOutfit Well-Known Member

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    Battle Cards HD has been submitted to the App Store and should be available soon. It is optimized to take advantage of the graphics for both the iPhone4 and the iPad. It also scales down for the iPad 3rd and 2nd gen. :)

    Battle Cards HD comes with 2 card games, Tower Attack and Elevens. Additional games will be added in future updates assuming the game is popular. Games such as Solitaire, Quick 21, and Poker are planned.

    In the games you battle monsters to clear the playfield before they kill you. If you clear the field you progress to the next level where the monsters hit for more. You unlock additional creatures to fight as your progress and earn higher score with each card cleared. You gain score bonuses for clearing cards quickly.

    In Towers Attack you do this by selecting cards on the towers that are one higher or lower than the deck card.

    In Elevens you do this by selecting cards that add up to 11 on the playfield.

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    Main Menu - Scaled to Fit

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    Tower Attack - Scaled to Fit

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    Tower Attack - Scaled to Fit

    The game is integrated with OpenFeint for global leaderboards, friends list, twitter, facebook connectivity, and has several built-in achievements. The screenshots above are a build behind the release candidate but are 95% there.

    Enjoy!
     
  2. Inked

    Inked Well-Known Member

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    It is optimized to take advantage of the graphics for both the iPhone4 and the iPad. It also scales down for the iPad 3rd and 2nd gen. :)

    Looks cool! I enjoy card games on iPad. Is it universal? I don't understand the above sentence.
     
  3. GamerOutfit

    GamerOutfit Well-Known Member

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    Yes, it's universal. It is designed to run at full HD resolution on all HD platforms but will scale down as well. Does that help?
     
  4. Inked

    Inked Well-Known Member

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    Yes, thanks!
     

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