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Becoming a god is no miracle when you’ve got the right cards up your sleeve! In 2016, Krosmaga will let you play as a god and battle other players in exciting matches full of surprises! It’s a game of pure fun, where you’ll hone your strategy skills in a trice and crush your opponents with a simple slide of your finger!
 

Today, we are happy to announce the imminent arrival of a new Ankama game: Krosmaga, card game of the gods! And not just any old gods, since the storyline, atmosphere and characters are directly inspired by the Krosmoz... You’re going to be writing a new installment of the legend with us!
 
Not only will you recognize the World of Twelve, its character classes and its quirky sense of humor, but just like in Krosmaster Arena, you may bump into and battle heroes from DOFUS and WAKFU, in a glorious mash-up of the video games, books, animated series and films*.
 
 
*DOFUS: Book I – Julith, in theatres February 3, 2016!
 
 

Krosmaga: card game of the gods!

And for all those who want to become one as soon as they can.
 
 
Planned for release on PC and tablet (iOS and Android), Krosmaga is a strategy card game in which you play as one of the Twelve Gods of the Krosmoz. You will have access to pre-built decks, but you can also build your own, meaning you will be totally in charge of your own strategy!
 
With hundreds of cards to collect that you can win, buy or craft, you will constantly be upgrading your deck! This card collection will be linked to your Ankama account, allowing you to switch at any time from your computer to your tablet with ease, so your cards can go with you everywhere! There is even talk of a physical version...
 
In single player, you can take on superhuman challenges. Epic and surprising adventures await you...
But PvP is where you’ll have a real blast, furiously battling your friends and other players the world over! There can be only one god when the battle ends!
 
Krosmaga’s release date hasn’t yet been set.
But you will soon hear more about it...
 
Only one question remains to be answered. How did this fiendish card game fall into the hands of the gods?