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Temperia: Soul of Majestic is an open-handed card game coming to mobile and Steam in 2022

Temperia: Soul of Majestic is an open-handed card game coming to mobile and Steam in 2022

Temperia: Soul of Majestic - Leonardo Interactive, Moonwolf Entertainment, and A2 Softworks' brand-new card game - is pushing the boundaries of the well-loved genre with a revolutionary new mechanic. As the world's first open-handed card game, it invites players to unleash their inner tactician with completely exposed cards and two decks.

In Temperia: Soul of Majestic, players must strategise the best cards to use with one deck of twenty Creatures and another deck of twenty Equipment. The wide variety of powers, creature abilities, and elemental skills make each match unique - plus, the fact that you can actually see your opponent's cards adds another layer of strategy to the game.

While other competitive card games normally keep one player's deck concealed from the other, this type of innovative open-handed mechanic ensures that matches are skill-based. Since everything is out in the open, it reduces the impact of RNG on the outcome of every match. Players will really have to think like chess champions to emerge victoriously.

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Temperia: Soul of Majestic also features gorgeous artwork and has been tested by hundreds of like-minded individuals across the globe. The community-based development of the game makes sure that feedback from players is always taken into consideration as the developers work on improving the game.

If you're curious to see how the unique gameplay works, you can take a sneak peek at the embedded trailer above, or head on over to the Steam page for more info. It'll soon launch officially for both iOS and Android devices in 2022. You can also head on over to the game's official website to stay updated on all the latest developments.

Are you on the hunt for more CCGs to tinker around with on your phone? Why not take a gander at our list of the top 10 best collectible card games on Android?