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    Game » consists of 0 releases. Released Jan 17, 2019

    A former card-tactics mobile game featuring famous folk tale characters.

    Short summary describing this game.

    Revolve8 last edited by DocHaus on 01/09/22 09:55AM View full history


    A tactical multiplayer game with some gacha elements, developed for mobile platforms, where two sides used fairy tale inspired characters to try and destroy the other player's tower and win the match. The game was created by Masayoshi Kikuchi and Koji Igarashi, and published by SEGA, with a worldwide release on January 17, 2019.

    The game was shut down on December 26, 2019.


    Each side builds a "deck" of up to 8 cards to take into a match. The goal of each side is to destroy their opponent's main tower. Waves of standard soldiers will come out of each tower to attack the enemy, but each player can deploy special Heroes from their cards, provided they build up enough Ink (mana) to use them. During a match, the Hero can unleash a Normal Skill when their meter is full, by tapping on their portrait.

    Each player chooses a Hero to serve as their main representative before the battle starts. This Hero can access a Special Skill, but can only use it once per battle, so it must be deployed wisely.


    • Aladdin
    • Bear
    • Cinderella
    • Clara
    • Emperor
    • Fairy Godmother
    • Karen
    • Kintaro
    • Little Match Girl
    • Momotaro
    • Monkey King
    • Otohime
    • Rapunzel
    • Red Riding Hood
    • Ring Genie
    • Sinbad
    • Sleeping Beauty
    • Snow White
    • Urashima Taro
    • Wicked Queen


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