Following the news that Riot's Teamfight Tactics is heading to the mobile platform soon, developer Match Set Games has also launched its own take on the popular Auto Chess genre, which has enjoyed a successful beta period earlier this year. Titled Arena Allstars, the game is available for both Android and iOS right now. Check out its trailer below:

If you are familiar with another Auto-chess game, then you already have a good idea of what’s on offer here. Basically, players will assemble a roster of champions who come in different classes and have different abilities and then combat against one another. Naturally, managing formations and synergies will be crucial to success.

There's a pretty extensive collection of heroes to choose from as well. From what we have seen, these include a character with an angelic appearance, a huge grizzly bear, and, well, a 'Regular Guy' who charges straight into the fray with only a saucepan as a weapon. Basically, there are tons of combinations to experiment around with.

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A decent collection of heroes to experiment around with

While the formula is fairly typical, Arena Allstars does try to make itself stand out from other competitors in a number of ways. Firstly, since this is a mobile title, the pacing is faster with each match taking only about 10 minutes to complete.  It also supports portrait mode as well, making it significantly easier to play on the go. Finally, the UI is clearer to navigate since the characters and icons are notably larger than what you normally see.

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The game supports portrait mode

At launch, the game comes with several game modes. Aside from the practice mode to help new players get the hang of how things work, there’s a solo mode in which you compete against 7 other players and a co-op mode in case you want to team up with a friend. The developer also promises to add an Endless Mode in a future update, which allows you to do missions and defeat powerful bosses to obtain loot.

Arena Allstars is available now on both Google Play and the App Store as a free-to-play game with IAPs.