Battle for Gea released

battle for gea
Mousee Games today announced the launch of Battle for Gea in North America and all English-speaking territories. One year after the fall of the Veil, the forces of heaven and hell wage war across the land, Gea, in a struggle for human souls. Designed by a dedicated team of trading card game fans, Battle for Gea employs true strategic power by letting players manage attack and defense positions on the game board in addition to deck building.

“We’re proud to be partnering with Iron Belt to bring Battle for Gea to English-language gamers,” said Irina Kudosova, president of Mousee Games. “The game has been a finalist in several award categories, and the developers’ passion for the trading card genre really shows in the product. We love online trading card game and Battle for Gea has combined the classic mechanism of decks managing with a game board and strategic skills.”

Featuring over 300 cards across nine armies in the starting collection, with new cards being added each month, Battle for Gea offers powerful flexibility in building an army and designing strategies to crush the opponent. The position of your cards on the battlefield can win or lose you the game, and with single and multi-player game modes you can reap the rewards of carefully planning and ultimate deck building.

Key features of the game include:

• 300 cards in the starting collection
• Monthly release of new cards
• 9 initial different armies
• Great strategic depth, player controls the deck but also the attack and defense strategy
• Game board with cards positioning and combat strategy
• Wisely allocate your general to crush your opponent
• Single player campaign
• Multiplayer war rooms to challenge players from all over the world
• Real card trading system
• Trading card market
• Various tournaments and rankings
• Original artwork & game mechanics

Words by Louise Egan

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