South Park: Phone Destroyer™
iOS Universal Games
All those countless hours spent on your phone have been preparing you for this moment.
Fulfill your destiny and become… THE ULTIMATE PHONE DESTROYER!
From South Park Digital Studios comes a real-time strategy battle game like nothing you’ve ever experienced before! Take on Cartman, Kenny, Stan and Kyle in all out mobile mayhem!
South Park: Phone DestroyerTM brings you iconic South Park characters, action packed real-time strategy, exploding PvP battles, trademark South Park humor and collectible cards in a perfect mix that’s spicier than Cartman’s chili con carne.
Assemble the ultimate team of cowboys, wizards, cyborgs and more and get ready to crush your opponents!
- A whole new South Park experience with never before seen versions of iconic characters like Stan of Many Moons, Cyborg Kenny, Ninjew Kyle, Grand Wizard Cartman… and many more!
- Beat down opponents in strategic real-time PVP battles.
- Experience a hilarious single player story written in collaboration with South Park Digital Studios.
- Earn card packs to gain exciting new cards and upgrade materials.
- Collect and upgrade over 110 unique cards featuring your favorite South Park characters and explosive spells.
- Play weekly events and challenges, each with different themes and crazy rules.
- Join a team and boost your decks by sharing cards with your teammates.
- Take part in weekly Team Wars, strategize with your team and rise to the top of the leaderboard.
- Customize your New Kid to be the baddest looking kid on the block.
- Witness Randy cross-dressing in new and exciting outfits.
Our underpants gnomes are working non-stop to bring you updates and new features!
- You can now request (and donate) epic cards each Sunday!
- Premium Passes can now be purchased with multiple tiers unlocked from the start!
- Code support for awesome new cards!
- Bug fixes, optimizations, and under the hood improvements!
DISCLAIMER: No underpants were harmed during the making of this update.
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