Crazy Defense Heroes, Collectible card tower defense game on the App Store
Animoca Brands announced that Crazy Defense Heroes, its popular tower defense and collectible card mobile game for iPhone® and iPad®, has launched in North, Central and South American countries and European countries. Crazy Defense Heroes is free to play with optional in-app purchases, and can be downloaded from the App Store.
Crazy Defense Heroes is a mobile game for iPhone and iPad, now available in most of the world. The sequel to Crazy Kings, Crazy Defense Heroes blends the deck building of a collectible card game, the suspense and strategy of tower defense, RPG character and equipment systems, and a fantasy storyline with over 500 levels of innovative gameplay.
In Crazy Defense Heroes, players control an avatar that marshals defenses against the attacks of orcs, serpent-people, birdmen, minotaurs, the undead, and other enemy factions. In addition to the single player campaign, the game features multiplayer tournaments and competitions.
Players build defenses and use magic to blast enemies, slow them down, reveal the unseen, or create other real-time effects to achieve victory. Like everything else in the game, magic and skills can be upgraded using resources collected as the player explores the game world.
There are 19 types of tower cards that players use to defend against the enemy hordes, and 20 individually controlled hero characters to unlock and level up.
Crazy Defense Heroes first launched on the App Store on 8 January 2018 in a limited Asia Pacific release, quickly establishing itself as one of the Company’s top performing products. On 6 February 2018, the Company expanded the availability of Crazy Defense Heroes to Africa, Oceania, and the rest of Asia.
The launch announced today increases the availability the Game to over 80 new markets in the Americas and Europe, including Canada, USA, the U.K., Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Russia, and others.
In the second quarter of 2018, the Company will launch Crazy Defense Heroes in the Middle East. Development of the Android version of the game is in progress and expected to be completed later in the year.