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Tekken Card Tournament released for smartphones, tablets and browsers

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Tekken Card Tournament, Namco Bandai's free-to-play card game based on the Tekken series, is available today on iOS, Android and the web, according to a press release from Namco Bandai Games America.

Developed by Namco Bandai Games Europe, Tekken Card Tournament transforms the fighting game series into turn-based battles where players collect and play Focus, Strike and Block-themed cards against their opponents. The game's "fusion system" allows players to create new cards by combining cards from their deck.

In "early summer," 191 real-life cards will go on sale. Players can scan them into their games with QR codes on mobile devices, add them to their decks and create augmented reality effects.

You can download Tekken Card Tournament from the iOS App Store, Google Play, the Amazon App Store or play it online at the the game's official website.

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