My favorite character is missing from the game. Will you add it? Who is the New Kid? What is my Deck? How do I play? Can I control players after I place them? Sometimes I can't play a card! It's grey in my deck and not responding! My enemy played a character against me and I don't know what it is! I keep getting my ass kicked in PvP, what gives? My favorite character is missing from the game. Will you add it? We will continue expanding the collection of characters in the future. It might be your all-time favorite character from the show, it might be a new twist on an existing character, or it might be some new character created by Matt and Trey. Who knows? Who is the New Kid? You play as the New Kid in town and you are super awesome on your phone. You are on your phone so much that you have developed a couple super powers even! **You can summon allied characters and cast spells. **You zap your enemies with your phone beam, dealing damage to them. As you progress through the game, your New Kid gains experience and levels up. Increasing New Kid's level has many benefits, such as making them stronger and increasing the amount of phone zap damage that is dealt to enemies. You may even unlock the ability to find new and more powerful allies. What is my Deck? Some restrictions apply when designing your deck. For instance, you can only bring 12 cards with you into battle. You do so by placing unlocked cards from your collection into your deck. You can arrange your deck at New Kid's house (your own crib!). In fact, you can have multiple decks by using the "Add deck" button at the top of the screen in New Kids house. **Earn new cards by playing through the single player campaign, opening packs of cards, and crushing your opponents in real-time Player vs. Player combat! How do I play? When you go to a level or start a PVP battle, you will enter a battlefield. **You start the battle with five cards in your hand. **On the bottom left of your screen, a Battery indicator will display how much Energy you currently have. Energy charges up over time. **Your New Kid uses Energy to play cards. Each card has an Energy Cost (the number located on the top left hand corner of the card). **Cards can either be characters that help you attack enemies or defend your New Kid, or devastating spells that will punish your enemies or aid your allies. Simply drag a card from your hand onto the battlefield and watch it come to life! **Whenever you play a card, you immediately draw a new one from your battle deck. If you don't play cards, you don't draw new cards. Fallen characters will be drawn back to your hand eventually, so you can use them again and again! **Cards have many different and powerful abilities, so be sure to take a closer look at your collection! Can I control characters after I place them? No. "Phone Destroyer" is a game of strategic card placement. You decide what card to play, when to play, and where to place it. After that, cards turn into a character which will live (and die) on its own. (You can of course place more characters to help defend the previous characters). Sometimes I can't play a card! It's grey in my deck and not responding! Cards can be greyed out for two reasons: **You currently do not have enough energy to play this card **There is already another presence of the same character in the battlefield (for example, another Kyle or Stan etc, with a different costume). **In the single-player Campaign, you cannot play any character that is already on the battlefield. That means, if I have a Randy in my hand and there i already an enemy Randy in the battlefield (regardless of whether the other Randy is from a different theme or name), I cannot play Randy until the other Randy is dead. **In PVP Multiplayer, you can play any of the same characters that your opponent has in play, but you CANNOT play any same characters that you own on the battlefield. So, if you have one Cartman already in the battlefield and still alive, you cannot play another Cartman from your hand until it does - so choose wisely! My enemy played a character against me and I don't know what it is! You can see information about the card at any time during the gameplay in two ways. **Tap and hold on ANY card in your hand **Tap and hold on ANY character on the battlefield **When viewing card information in the Single Player Campaign, gameplay will be paused. However, the game will not pause when viewing card information in PVP multiplayer. I keep getting my ass kicked in PvP, what gives? Well, you most likely just suck at the game and need to keep playing and upgrading your characters. Phone Destroyer is a game of tactics and strategy, so keep practicing, study your opponents, and get revenge!