Weirdos Unite! Smash Squad Now Available for iOS!

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July 5, 2016

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It’s time to get weird…and heroic! WG Cells, the mobile publishing and development division of Wargaming, today announced the global iOS launch of Smash Squad, a fast-paced, top-down physics battler where the universe’s most unique heroes smash their way to dominance of the Omniverse.

Fling your heroes into battle and take down enemy squads using simple pull-and-unleash gameplay, where the personalities are just as big as the action. Assemble a team of ragtag heroes including lumberjacks, soccer players, gorgons, aliens, bird-men, and more. Then, upgrade your motley crew of heroes to unleash their inner-weirdo in the form of devastating attacks capable of tearing the space-time continuum a new one.

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But heroes never rest! The Omniverse is under constant attack, with an ever-changing array of in-game events to keep you and your heroes on the alert. And for a serious challenge, test your might against the seemingly endless Gauntlet mode, where the enemies are tough and your heroes have just one life to surrender before defeat.

Download Smash Squad for free today on iOS at: https://itunes.apple.com/app/id978886710

Smash Squad will also release for Android devices at a later date.

For more information about Smash Squad, visit the official website:

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