Sci-Fi Card Game Steel Commanders Out Now

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Gamevil has today released their latest title published for mobile devices, Steel Commanders. The game is developed by Thingsoft and is a Trading Card Game based around sci-fi mechanical warfare, similar to other popular titles such as Rage of Bahamut and Legend of Cryptids. The game boasts HD graphics and allows players to strengthen their deck by competing against other players for rewards or combining or training cards.

Game features include:

  • Unit Structure – The game features 5 units similar to that of modern day combat – Infantry, Combat Vehicles, Aircrafts, Structures, and Mech. Each unit has it’s own strengths and weaknesses.
  • Strategic Battle System – Steel Commanders features a battle system with customizable attack and defense squads, ranks to rise up in and a number of strategic elements to make the player keep on their toes. A ‘rock-paper-scissors’ effect ensuers that even if an enemy’s DEF is greater than the player’s ATK, it does not guarantee a sure loss and players must be wary of squad composition.
  • Alien Invasions – While questing, Alien Invasions are randomly triggered. By having more alliances, Alien Invasions become more frequent and easier to defeat. However, just because the battle is over does not mean you should let your guard down. At higher levels, Aliens can evolve and return for a second round. Alien Invasions can also be done with allies. Players who deal the most damage or deliver the final blow will receive bonus rewards.
  • Commander Points – Similar to other TCG Card Battle games, Steel Commanders utilizes Quest Energy, Attack Energy, and Defense Energy. These points allow users to further customize how they want to grow their teams.

Steel Commanders is now available free of charge for Apple devices through the App Store and on Google Play for Android Devices. You can check out a trailer of the game below and the Official Gamevil Website for more information.

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Nathan Farrugia - Editor at Capsule Computers. Raised on a Super Nintendo playing Donkey Kong Country, I'm a gamer who loves consoles and handhelds. Also a massive Dragon Ball fan and competitive Pokemon player. Don't be afraid to leave comments on my articles, I love to read them and reply!

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