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The Hit Collector Card Game From Square Enix!
Square Enix's first iteration of the block buster game Million Arthur arrives globally. Heavily influenced by Anime and Manga, Square Enix and Gamevil look to bring you the most beautiful card game series to western audiences.
Pull Excalibur from its stone and prove that you are worthy of holding Britain's fate in your hands. Defend the shores of Camelot from invaders across the southern seas. Wield the power of your knights and become a legendary leader. Become the one true King Arthur!
ABOUT THE GAME
Story illustrated in a manga style by /Toaru Majutsu no Index/'s Kazuma Kamachi.
Illustrations from /Toaru Majutsu no Index/'s Haimura Kiyotaka, /Disgaea/'s Takehito Harada, and over 50 additional illustrators.
Music from the conductor responsible for the theme songs from /Nichijou/, /Kuroko no Basuke/, /Toriko/, and /Gundam Build Fighters Try/, Hyaidin.
Original voice acting has been preserved from Kugimiya Rie, Kanae Ito, Kitamura Eri, and many more.
Explore the territories around Camelot, defeat your adversaries, and assemble your army of knight cards!
Break the limits and unleash your knights' maximum potential!
• Unfold the story and meet the characters inspired by Arthurian legend
• Defeat invaders and claim the throne as the true King Arthur
• Build your team of knight cards
• Collect beautifully crafted anime card art
• Evolve your cards for stunning visual effects
• Defeat adversaries with your friends
Devices with the 9/16(PST) iOS 9 update may experience errors during game play such as crashing and inability to access some game content.
These issues can be fixed by downloading the latest version of the game which will become available soon.
※ Earlier iOS versions are not affected.
Please check the official forums for latest updates and other details.
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Additional voice files are optional.
- Produced and Licenced from Square Enix, Published by GAMEVIL.
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