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Ubisoft introduces the inaugural Invincible mobile game for its 21-year-old franchise

In today's multimedia landscape, Ubisoft has introduced the inaugural mobile game inspired by the Invincible comics and TV series, blending beloved characters and vibrant cartoon action into an idle RPG experience.

Invincible: Guarding the Globe unfolds within the expansive Invincible universe, offering a fresh narrative distinct from both the comics and the Amazon Prime TV adaptation. Moreover, with ties to Amazon, the game is available not only on the Google Play Store and Apple App Store but also on Amazon's app store.

Taking an RPG approach, this debut Invincible mobile game arrives two decades after the series' inception, emphasizing character collection and team management. Players assemble a roster of heroes and villains from across the franchise to safeguard the world. From the iconic Invincible to the versatile Atom Eve and the formidable Omni-Man, a diverse array of characters with unique abilities awaits recruitment.

Structured as a traditional RPG, characters fulfill roles such as attacker, defender, and support, allowing for leveling up, gear upgrades, and strategic squad formations tailored to each player's preferences. The idle element emerges as players deploy these formations to engage in battles, allowing for hands-off gameplay with rewards accruing even when offline.

Interestingly, Ubisoft has opted against imposing limitations on battles or rewards, introducing a distinctive multi-battle system. This feature enables squads to engage in multiple battles concurrently, offering limitless rewards. Players can oversee progress at a glance and intervene as desired, reflecting a flexible and engaging gameplay experience.

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Source: adapted from an article by Aaron Astle, News Editor for

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