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Card-battling puzzle game Gems of War is now available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, 505 Games has announced.

“The highly addictive title combines elements from puzzle, RPG and card battle games allowing players to battle foes not just with swords and sorcery, but with a puzzle board,” 505 games explains. “Match gems of many colors to power spells & skulls to smite enemies, then take the spoils of war and forge a mighty empire! It’s completely engrossing, easy-to-learn and filled with incredible strategy.”

Gems of War is set in a mystical world filled with powerful heroes where players must successfully complete hundreds of quests across 15 kingdoms,” the publisher continues. “Gamers create a hero, collect new allies for their party, and fight epic battles while attempting to conquer the world of Krystara. Each kingdom captured holds new troops and quests to explore, as players strive to build the mightiest army in the realm.”

The game features over 130 different troops, over 1200 missions, 120 quests, and a PvP Arena Mode. There’s also exclusive armor for each platform: Shadow, Ebon, Obsidian Armor for PS4, and Savage, Wild and Bestial Armor for Xbox One.

“We are excited to bring the Gems of War experience to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, giving console players to the chance to take the spoils of war and forge their own empires,” said Joel Breton, senior vice president of 505 Games Mobile.

Gems of War is available now as a free download on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

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Gems of War available now on Xbox One and PlayStation 4

By Matthew Bennett | 11/13/2015 04:38 PM PT

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Card-battling puzzle game Gems of War is now available on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, 505 Games has announced.

“The highly addictive title combines elements from puzzle, RPG and card battle games allowing players to battle foes not just with swords and sorcery, but with a puzzle board,” 505 games explains. “Match gems of many colors to power spells & skulls to smite enemies, then take the spoils of war and forge a mighty empire! It’s completely engrossing, easy-to-learn and filled with incredible strategy.”

Gems of War is set in a mystical world filled with powerful heroes where players must successfully complete hundreds of quests across 15 kingdoms,” the publisher continues. “Gamers create a hero, collect new allies for their party, and fight epic battles while attempting to conquer the world of Krystara. Each kingdom captured holds new troops and quests to explore, as players strive to build the mightiest army in the realm.”

The game features over 130 different troops, over 1200 missions, 120 quests, and a PvP Arena Mode. There’s also exclusive armor for each platform: Shadow, Ebon, Obsidian Armor for PS4, and Savage, Wild and Bestial Armor for Xbox One.

“We are excited to bring the Gems of War experience to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, giving console players to the chance to take the spoils of war and forge their own empires,” said Joel Breton, senior vice president of 505 Games Mobile.

Gems of War is available now as a free download on Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

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About Matthew Bennett

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Matt is one of the longest-serving members of the EGMNOW team. An ability to go many hours without sleep and a quick wit make him ideal for his role as associate editor at EGMNOW.com. He often thinks back to the days when the very idea of this career seemed like nothing but an impossible dream. Find him on Twitter @mattyjb89