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TEPPEN is a free-to-play collectible card game (CCG) developed by GungHo Online Entertainment for iOS and Android devices.[1][2] It features characters from several Capcom franchises such as Mega Man X, Street Fighter, Resident Evil, Devil May Cry, Monster Hunter and Darkstalkers.

GameplayEdit

TEPPEN is both a real-time and turn based card game. By default, the game is played in real time where "Unit Cards" are placed on the field to deal damage to the enemy Hero, the opponent can then place another Unit Card on the same row to block the incoming damage and protect their Hero.

When an "Action Card" is used, the game will then turn into a turn based system where players have to wait for their opponent to play a card or select "Resolve" to go back to the real-time gameplay.

Aside from the cards, each Hero has three special abilities dubbed as "Hero Art", these Hero Arts are powerful abilities that can turn the tide of battle quickly with their high burst of damage or healing capabilities. Only one Hero Art can be selected when creating a deck of cards, and only 30 cards are allowed in one deck.

All Heroes in the game will have 30 HP regardless of their level. There are currently three ways to win a match in TEPPEN, by either taking the enemy into 0 HP, having a higher HP number than the opponent when the time runs out, or when the opponent runs out of time while under the effect from Monstrous Virus (DON 075).

CharactersEdit

Character Color Series
Albert Wesker Black Resident Evil
Chun-Li Green Street Fighter
Dante Purple Devil May Cry
Jill Valentine Red Resident Evil
Morrigan Aensland Purple Darkstalkers
Nergigante Black Monster Hunter
Nero Green Devil May Cry
Rathalos Red Monster Hunter
Ryu Red Street Fighter
X Green Mega Man X


Street Fighter HeroesEdit

RyuEdit

Ryu is a Hero of the red element in TEPPEN, as such, he focuses on dealing high damage to enemy Units or buffing his own Units to deal more damage. He is voiced by Kyle Hebert (English) and Hiroki Takahashi (Japanese).

Hero Arts
Name Description Preview (EN) Preview (JP)
Shinku Hadoken Deals 7 damage to an enemy unit.
Shinku Hadoken

Shinku Hadoken

真空波動拳

真空波動拳

Denjin Renki Adds +2 damage to friendly units and cards in your hand and EX Pocket.
Denjin Renki

Denjin Renki

電刃練気

電刃練気

Metsu Shoryuken Gives <Combo> to a friendly unit.
Metsu Shoryuken

Metsu Shoryuken

滅・昇龍拳

滅・昇龍拳

Chun-LiEdit

Chun-Li is a Hero of the green elemnt in TEPPEN, as such, she focuses on buffing ally Units. She is voiced by Ashly Burch (English) and Fumiko Orikasa (Japanese).

Hero Arts
Name Description Preview (EN) Preview (JP)
Kikosho Gives <Shield> to all friendly units.
Kikosho

Kikosho

気功掌

気功掌

Hyakuretsukyaku Gives +1 Attack and Heavy Pierce to a friendly unit.
Hyakuretsukyaku

Hyakuretsukyaku

百裂脚

百裂脚

Yawn Gain MP +4 when leaving the field.
Yawn

Yawn

あくび

あくび

GalleryEdit

CardsEdit


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