"Real-time Trading Card Game" Nova Blitz Launches On Steam
Fast-paced free-to-play CCG Nova Blitz is now out in the wild! It launched on Steam early this morning and will come to Android and iOS devices on Sept. 14.
Dubbed the "Real-time Trading Card Game," players in Nova Blitz take their turns simultaneously, seeking to outplay and outpace their opponents in frenetic battles that take less than five minutes. As an added bonus, the game boasts of "Smart Packs," which contain only cards you need, and global tournaments and leader boards.
We first reported on the game when it was seeking to be Greenlit on Steam two years ago. Congratulations to the Dragon Foundry team for seeing their project through to completion!
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