Roboca Battle Card Game Unites Transformers Cyberverse, Shinkalion & Earth Granner Takara TOMY Lines

Dengeki Hobby have published an article with information on the new Roboca Battle Card Game from Takara Tomy that brings their disparate toys for Earth Granner. Shinkalion, and Transformers Cyberverse Japan together into an all new card game. This is pretty cool actually as the toys from the Tomica Kizuna Gattai Earth Granner and Shinkansen Henkei Robo Shinkalion lines are also Transforming toys made for their Japanese cartoons.

The Roboca game, slated for release April 23, 2020, begins with 30 cards that appear to be for sale at 100 JPY each via specially branded co-op machines. The game is described in the article with previews of the cards artwork that is really quite impressive with Mech goodness throughout, also reveal we will at least see Bumblebee and Optimus Prime cards in the game. There will also be some limited edition Earth Granner Tomica toys offered as part of the series. Read on to see the translated Roboca game details and images by way of Dengeki Hobby for more details.

Roboheroes gather in the world of "Roboca Battle"

"Roboca Battle" is an amusement game for kids that loads cards, calls Robohero on the screen, and battles with enemies. On the card, one of the three Roboheroes who appear in the three works "Tomica Kizuntai Earth Granner", "Shinkansen Deformation Robo Shinkarion" and "Transformers" is designed with powerful posing. Three Roboheroes can be read in one battle. You can use your favorite robot from your card, so you can enjoy a hot battle that jumps over the world of the work!

How to play

If you enter 100 yen at the start of play, one card will be dealt. The card is either a `` Battle card '' in which the Robo hero appearing in the three works becomes a battle character or a `` support card '' that supports battle, and when the `` Battle card '' is read by the scanner of the housing, the Robo hero is displayed on the screen Will appear. The user calls three Roboheroes and battles the enemy by pressing the buttons on the game housing. After one attack at a time, a climax scene appears in which three bodies work together to fight together.

The first card is a total of 30 types!

There are a total of 30 cards randomly distributed at the start of the game in the first installment of "Roboca Battle". There are two types of cards: "Battle card" and "Support card". The two-dimensional code on the back is read by the scanner of the game housing and used. "Battle Card" has five levels of rarity, each with different strength. At the start of the game, play 3 "Battle Cards" and 2 "Support Cards".

Scan the toy "Koagrananna Tomica" to improve your battle!

"Roboca Battle" is linked to the main toy "Core Grannar Tomica" of "Tomica Kizuntai Earth Granner" released by Takara Tomy in April 2020. "Coagran Tomica" is a Tomica-sized minicar whose light and sound can be enjoyed in the movie where the protagonists board. If you load "Coagran Tomica" instead of "Support Card" when scanning "Roboca Battle", a powerful support effect will be activated and you will be able to advance the battle advantageously!

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