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MARVEL Battle Lines, Nexon and Marvel’s strategic card battle game where players assemble the ultimate squad of iconic Marvel Super Heroes and Super Villains, prepares for Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame in a massive new content update. The latest MARVEL Battle Lines update will roll out more than 100 new cards, showcasing original art of the characters, costumes and abilities inspired by the highly anticipated film. Additionally, Marvel fans can look forward to playing an original new Avengers storyline in the game, along with a special in-game event for a chance to win big rewards. The gameplay of MARVEL Battle Lines centers around its unique 3x4 game board, where players will compete with a custom deck of 12 character and ability cards, deploying them to the battlefield to create combos to deal damage and defeat their opponent. MARVEL Battle Lines features an extensive single-player campaign with an original story crafted by Marvel writer Alex Irvine, real-time turn-based player vs. player (PvP) mode, limited time story events, and much more. Marvel fans can download MARVEL Battle Lines for free on the App Store for iPhone and iPad and on Google Play for Android devices.
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Marvel Avengers Academy was a freemium mobile game for iOS and Android, based on the characters featured in Marvel Comics. It was released on February 4, 2016. The game was shut down on February 4, 2019. Despite the name, the game was not related to the comic series Avengers Academy. Marvel Avengers Academy tasked the player with building their own academic campus and populating it with superheroes who have been reimagined as students who are developing their superpowers. Many of the initial characters are voiced by well known celebrities, for example Iron Man voiced by Dave Franco and Alison Brie voicing Black Widow. The game presented the player with a portion of the campus, with more areas being unlocked as they progressed through the game. Characters wandered through the map with more characters able to be recruited by the completion of missions. Others could only be recruited via the use of Infinity Gems. Infinity Gems were a premium currency that were rare in day to day gameplay, but could be bought via microtransactions. The other type of currency generated in the game was coins, gathered by the completion of quests. Completing missions, quests, unlocking characters and building up the campus allowed the player to accrue XP, allowing them to level up. Doing so enabled the player to unlock further buildings and characters, as well as improving their existing characters and buildings. On December 20, 2018, it was announced that Avengers Academy would be shutting down on its 3rd anniversary
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Marvel Avengers Academy was a freemium mobile game for iOS and Android, based on the characters featured in Marvel Comics. It was released on February 4, 2016. The game was shut down on February 4, 2019. Despite the name, the game was not related to the comic series Avengers Academy. Marvel Avengers Academy tasked the player with building their own academic campus and populating it with superheroes who have been reimagined as students who are developing their superpowers. Many of the initial characters are voiced by well known celebrities, for example Iron Man voiced by Dave Franco and Alison Brie voicing Black Widow. The game presented the player with a portion of the campus, with more areas being unlocked as they progressed through the game. Characters wandered through the map with more characters able to be recruited by the completion of missions. Others could only be recruited via the use of Infinity Gems. Infinity Gems were a premium currency that were rare in day to day gameplay, but could be bought via microtransactions. The other type of currency generated in the game was coins, gathered by the completion of quests. Completing missions, quests, unlocking characters and building up the campus allowed the player to accrue XP, allowing them to level up. Doing so enabled the player to unlock further buildings and characters, as well as improving their existing characters and buildings. On December 20, 2018, it was announced that Avengers Academy would be shutting down on its 3rd anniversary
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