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Slay the Spire Available now on iOS

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Slay the Spire has been released on iOS devices. 

Slay the Spire has been released on iOS devices. The game was released during the Guerrilla Collective show that is a part of the Summer Game Fest. A launch trailer was also released for the mobile version of the game. Slay the Spire is now the first mobile game to be published by Humble Games. An Android version of the game is in the works, and will be released at a later date. 

It was announced that Slay the Spire would be coming to iOS devices earlier this month. The mobile version of the game costs $9.99, which is down from the PC versions normal price tag of $24.99. The mobile version of the title is the complete version that can be found on PC, though developer Megacrit jokes that the anime mods will not transfer over. 

Slay the Spire is a mixture of card games and roguelikes. Players will make their own decks, encounter bizarre creatures, discover powerful relics, and Slay the Spire. There are hundreds of cards to be discovered, with select cards that work together to take out foes efficiently. Gamers can choose between four different characters, who each have their own unique set of cards. The layout of the Spire changes every time players enter it, bringing up different enemies, different relics, and different boss fights. The powerful relics that are found in the Spire can greatly enhance decks, but may cost more than gold to obtain. There are also number of different events that can either help or harm a player. 

Slay the Spire also has Daily Climbs that allow gamers to compare themselves to every other player in the world. There is also a custom mode that allows players to mix and match various run modifiers. 

Slay the Spire is available on PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, the Nintendo Switch, and iOS devices. 

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