Rage of Bahamut for Android Has All the Cards Made Right (Video)

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  • 10 Sep 2012
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  • Rage of Bahamut is a game by Mobage, a great trading card game for Android, that you’ll grow fond of very fast. This is a free to play title, that has a huge popularity in Japan, where over 1 million players are reported, so you have a lot of people to play against or with. Rage of Bahamut offers you a tutorial to get into the whole system of card trading.

    One of the appealing points of the game is the artwork on the game’s cards, that makes them all the more fun to collect. Players can use individual character cards on quests in order to upgrade their abilities, get treasures or defeat bosses. Quests will unfold by pressing an “Enter” button, that will make the combat between the player’s card and an enemy character card start automatically. After the battle your stamina gets depleted a little, but you gain experience points and you quest progression meter increases.

    You can also encounter a treasure chest with money, items or even other cards. Rage of Bahamut was last updated in March and it requires Android 2.0 and up. You get hundreds of great cards to collect and more cards are constantly added. Battles go fast so you won’t waste time and you get daily updates that help you expand your card deck. You can have fun with the live single and multiplayer strategy action with an endless database of foes. You can download the game from here or by scanning the QR code below.

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