BattleCON: War of Indines
Level 99 Games
BattleCON is a fast-paced head to head card game for 2 players, based loosely around the mechanics and tactics present in 2D fighting games. In BattleCON, two to four players choose characters with unique abilities and powers to test against one another in a battle of tactics, strategy, and intuition.
BattleCON forms attacks by combining a character's unique styles with a set of generic bases, which all characters share. Because of this system of combined attacks, every fighter plays differently, yet all share a similar metagame which makes picking up and playing new characters easy. In addition, each character has a unique special power which gives them additional strategic options.
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