Ninja Kiwi announces new turn-based competitive card game set in Bloons universe

Ninja Kiwi announces new turn-based competitive card game set in Bloons universe

September 22, 2023
08.30 CEST
MTG’s wholly owned studio Ninja Kiwi has revealed Bloons Card Storm, a competitive card game set within the Bloons universe. The game is coming to mobile and PC in 2024.

Bloons Card Storm will be a deep strategy card game where players build a balanced deck that combines defensive Monkey cards with offensive Bloons cards. Players will also have access to a host of powerful and fun Power cards and play some of their favorite Bloons heroes.

Tosh Baird, Head of Auckland Studio at Ninja Kiwi, comments:

“We are incredibly excited about this project, which will enable us to expand Bloons to the popular card genre, where we've been working on game ideas for a long time. Just as you would expect, we are aiming to build something that is super fun to play, easy to pick up, but hard to put down. We are making great strides in the development process and our goal is to launch the game mid-2024. We will of course share more updates with our community when the time is right. In the meantime, the team continues to work hard to bring our players a new game that has the signature quality, fun, and depth you would expect from Ninja Kiwi.”

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