Rabbids Heroes is a card game released on the AND and iOS platform, in which the main role is played by nice, but crazy “daughters” \- i.e. animals that appeared for the first time in the popular series of Rayman platformers, and then lived to see their own series of games, and even an animated series, produced by the Nickelodeon station. The title is the responsibility of Ubisoft’s internal branch, focusing on mobile productions.
Rabbids Heroes does not offer a particularly extensive feature layer, focusing on the next card duels of crazy “daughters”, whose aim is to win the title of master and reach the moon, the homeland of our heroes. The mechanics of the game clearly draws on the most popular card games, such as Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft or The Elder Scrolls: Legends, complementing it all with a few proprietary solutions and a proper dose of humour.
Our hero can perform one of five professions: knight, magician, ninja warrior, scientist or hunter. Each of them uses a unique set of crazy weapons and items, allowing players to choose their favourite gameplay style. At the heart of the game are the next duels, which, unlike the above mentioned Hearthstone do not take place on the table where we fold out the cards, but on a sort of segmented path. During the game we use a maximum of 20 cards, selected before the start of the fight from a gradually completed deck of 200 items. Successive victories of course allow us to develop our character, thanks to which it grows in strength.
### Game modes
Like most modern card games, Rabbids Heroes offers the opportunity to play alone as part of a simple storyline. The essence of the game, however, are PvP duels with friends or other players from all over the world. We can refine our strategy within the training mode, which allows us to compete with the computer AI.
### Technical issues
Released on the AND and iOS platforms, Rabbids Heroes is characterized by its typical mobile production, simple yet eye-catching graphics. Unlike most of the cards, kept in a rather serious fantasy climate, Ubisoft’s production uses a cartoon and highly humorous graphic style, known from earlier productions with crazy “daughters”.
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