The show now has a brand new mobile game to kill several hours - and poor little Kenny too. The freemium game South Park: Phone Destroyer is now available for free download - though with some expensive in-app purchase options. You play the cowboys, obviously. Each card has different abilities, meaning there are many different types of squads you can form.
The game doesn't bother to reinvent the wheel when it comes to card-based RPGs, but its presentation is sure to delight fans of Trey Parker and Matt Stone's beloved cartoon. The gameplay itself is a combination of a collectible card game (CCG) and a real-time tactical RPG. There are both player-vs. According to the text, the game itself shouldn't be played by anyone exclusively due to the game's practice of charging real money to procure in-app purchases.
The game launched worldwide on November 9 as part of Ubisoft's collaboration with South Park Digital Studios and RedLynx.
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According to Ubisoft's description of the game, "South Park: Phone Destroyer lets you team up with all your favorite South Park characters as you've never seen them before!"
The game is virtually free to download and play, but it's sprinkled with optional in-app purchases ranging from $2.99 to $69.99. It goes without saying that the game is also loaded with NSFW humour, so maybe bare that in mind before you play on the train with the volume up.
In the spirit of the disclaimer that runs before every episode of the long-running TV show, South Park: Phone Destroyer opens with a special message about microtransactions.