Nep-Nep Connect: Chaos Chanpuru details battle system

Advance onto enemy territory and attack their lifeline.

Compile Heart has shared first details on the battle system used in its upcoming PS Vita card battle RPG Nep-Nep Connect: Chaos Chanpuru.

Get the information below.

Simple and Strategic Card Battles

The combat of Nep-Nep Connect: Chaos Chanpuru uses an “Advance Card Battle” system. Through simple card battles, you’ll place the cards you have in your possession onto the field and advance towards the enemy encampment.

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A Look at the Battlefield

The battlefield of Nep-Nep Connect: Chaos Chanpuru consists of 21 blocks that are divided into the ally and enemy encampments.

—Ally and Enemy Encampments

The battlefield is divided into ally and enemy encampments. The blue blocks are the ally encampment, while the red blocks are the enemy encampment. Place the cards you have in your possession into the ally encampment to increase your units.

—The Player’s Hand

You can hold a maximum of five cards in your hand. Each turn, one card from the deck is added at random to your hand. When you run out of cards in your deck, you’ll have to reload, which consumes your HP.

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—Lifeline

Behind each encampment is a row of units known as your “lifeline.” The lifeline acts as the player’s HP, and when your HP reaches zero, you’ll be defeated. Attack the enemy’s lifeline to reduce their HP to zero.

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Attack the Enemy Lifeline and Attain Victory

When a unit on the field’s turn ends, they will automatically move forward once block. In the event that it moves next to an enemy unit, it will issue an attack on that unit. By moving next to a lifeline, you can damage the enemy’s HP.

Nep-Nep Connect: Chaos Chanpuru

Nep-Nep Connect: Chaos Chanpuru

Nep-Nep Connect: Chaos Chanpuru is due out for PS Vita as a free-to-play title in Japan in 2017.

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