Crystal Clash - Lane Battles and Deckbuilding - Out Now on Steam

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Crystal Clash - Lane Battles and Deckbuilding - Out Now on Steam

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Crystal Clash - Lane Battles and Deckbuilding - Out Now on Steam - ... stal_Clash

Berlin, Germany, January 14, 2022, Independent game development studio Crunchy Leaf Games is releasing Crystal Clash as Free-to-Play today on Steam.

Crystal Clash is a Lane Battle game at its heart. Influenced by popular Warcraft and Starcraft mods, the game is an action-packed mix of MOBA, tower defense, and deck building.

In Crystal Clash, you can join forces with a friend for 2v2 or Co-op, or pair up with new allies and enemies for action-packed clashes. By winning battles, you collect cards, build your decks and learn the best strategies to crush your enemies!

“The fans have been waiting for this for a long time. We’re excited to finally give them what they want!” says Max Dohme of Crunchy Leaf Games.

Based on the previously published Rise of Legions, Crystal Clash has been carefully rebalanced with 2v2 and Co-op as its new focus. The game contains over 100 unique cards from five different legions, which can be combined to create your own tactics and strategies.


Completely free-to-play

Intense 2v2 and Co-Op matches

Exciting tug-of-war Lane Battles



Five playable Legions

Dual-color decks

About Crunchy Leaf Games

Founded and independent since 2014, Crunchy Leaf Games is a game developer and publisher hailing from Berlin, Germany.

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