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    Injustice: Gods Among Us

    Game » consists of 3 releases. Released Apr 03, 2013

    A completely separate beast from its big console counterpart, Injustice: Gods Among Us for mobile is a fighting game that can unlock features in the console versions.

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    The mobile version of Injustice: Gods Among Us is a touch-based fighting game similar to Infinity Blade. The game is available for free on the App Store, and includes 3 playable characters. The complete roster features 37 characters, represented by 18 heroes and villains from the DC Comics universe, each with 2 different costumes (and 3 for Green Lantern). Each character has his/her own unique set of special attacks. Additional characters can be unlocked via gameplay, purchased on the in-game store directly or drawn at random from virtual "trading card packs", also for sale in the game. The currency for the latter two methods can be earned by playing the game or acquired as an IAP.


    Battles take place between two teams of 3 characters. Players can execute different attacks and combos by tapping or swiping across the screen, while blocking is handled by tapping the screen and holding with two fingers. Each character has 3 different special moves, but only the first one is available from the start while the rest are unlocked by reaching certain experience level and paying a small fee with in-game currency. Some characters also have passive skills, such as a 10% attack damage bonus for teammates.

    The game features an "energy" mechanic similar to most free-to-play games. Each fight has an energy cost associated to it, with different heroes having their own separate pool of said resource.


    Most of the characters from the console version make an appearance here, with new ones being added frequently as challenges. Unlike cosmetic only differences on most platforms, each costume is considered a separate character with only minor differences between each.

    Arcade version

    In July of 2017, an arcade game based on this mobile game began appearing for location tests in the United States [1]. It uses physical card dispensary to unlock characters and enhancements, and allows for direct player-versus-player combat.


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