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Ngmoco Announce Developement of Mobile Transformers Game for Android and iOS Devices

By Jack on Monday, August 06, 2012



Mobile game developer ngmoco have announced they are developing a new mobile card game based for Transformers brand property. According to the release, they will incoporating much of the technology from their gameplay mechanics used in their Rage of Bahamut game for iOS and Android devices. The game will allow fans to play as Autobot and Decepticons in a new Transformers storyline that will feature special episodes and promotions. Read the full description from IGN after the jump.

    Mobile game studio ngmoco has lifted the lid on Transformers Mobile, a new card battler due out for iOS and Android later this fall. The new title follows the success of ngmoco parent company DeNA’s original smash-hit card battler Rage of Bahamut, which at one point occupied both the iOS and Android top game slots.

    For now Transformers Mobile gameplay details are scarce, but it seems likely that the title will build on Rage of Bahamut’s core gameplay mechanics, including a strong quest system, card upgrading and frequent live events. The game will be powered by DeNA’s Mobage mobile social game platform.

    Players will be able to play through unique Autobot and Decepticon campaigns to explore a new Transformers storyline. Like the studio’s other socially-infused games, Transformers Mobile will largely revolve around battling friends and checking in on a daily basis to take advantage of the steady stream of planned episodes and promotions.

Stay tuned to Tformers.com for more details as they are made available. Your best resource for all the Transformers news and community every day.




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