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TEKKEN™ or Tekken Mobile was a free-to-play mobile game in the Tekken series released for Android and iOS, developed by a Vancouver, Canada based studio of Bandai Namco. The game was released in some territories from November 2017 before it launched worldwide on March 1, 2018. After less than a year, the studio closed down and the game was discontinued; it remained playable until its servers shut down on February 15, 2019.

Features

Story Mode

Explore the world of TEKKEN:

  • Battle through a map-based campaign featuring unique encounters and powerful bosses.
  • Build specialized teams to take down unique missions
  • Explore dynamic battle maps to uncover compelling challenges and rewards

Dojo Challenge

Online Versus Battles:

  • Build a team and battle against your friends and the community in this online versus mode
  • Ranked ladders allow players to progress and measure up against the best players in the world
  • Record and upload your own in-game fighting styles into the AI of your dojo, giving them an authentic feel

Live Events

Brand new content to experience daily:

  • Live events feature daily, weekly and monthly rotating content. A fresh experience every time you play!
  • Special themed events provide unique experiences and encounters
  • Rare characters and content available during Special Events

Gameplay Mechanics

To play the game, the characters' basic attacks are one of their special moves and other moves serving as their basic combo launchers (Eg. Kazuya uses his Flash Punch Combo and both Hell Lancer and Twin Pistons serving as his basic combo launchers). In order to damage his opponent. It requires to use the Waza Cards which has a total of nine cards in one deck. Once you emptied the cards, you must rely on using basic attacks and basic combo launchers.

If a character is damaged by an opponent, their HP can be recovered by using potions or team potions. If the character is down or in a KO state after being defeated by a strong opponent or the acolytes, a revive potion is instead required.

In order to gain a 1 to 4 star character, the player must gain fragments (from common to super rare), especially to gain any fighter at your side whenever you bought either premium or epic packs. If gaining common fighters such as the 1-star fighter to be obtained, the player collects a total of 10 character fragments once you cleared every act in the Story Mode or in Challenge Dojo or to get Waza Cards when you obtained current fighters in your side and normal fragments used to craft their special attacks.

Every character has an elemental affinity consists of either Earth, Fire, Water or Lightning. Especially when facing an opponent, either type advantage or disadvantage to increase their attack damage in 15%. In the next update, the attack damage is greatly increased to 30%. The Limited Characters are the characters' limited edition that appears in various live events or obtaining them from buying gems at a higher price.

Earth Characters: (Shaheen, Xiaoyu, Marduk, Tiger, King II, Leo, Alex)

Fire Characters: (Law, Paul, Katarina, Feng, Ruby, Mokujin, Lee, Akuma, Tetsujin, Anna, Miguel)

Water Characters: (Bob, Panda, Yue, Christie, Asuka, Nina)

Lightning Characters: (Jin, Kazuya, Isaak, Lili, Dragunov, Rodeo, Steve, Bryan, Eliza)

Limited Characters: (Summer Lili, Summer Asuka, Summer Bob, Summer Nina, Halloween Dragunov)

In the last update, the Skill system will be replaced with the Rune System, allowing more creativity to customize the characters' stats and their elemental damage. The Character Awakening requires the use of Awakening Stones. From 1-Star to 4-Star onward they were acquired to use Character Soul Stones along with 1 to 4-tier Awakening Stones to break their limits. The next update introduces the Auto-Battle System where the Al automatically controls the player as the player can turn on or off the autoplay. In Dojo Mode, players can do matchmaking against opponents who simply defend or relying on using Waza Cards to attack the player. In the latest update during Knockout Mode if the player restarts the game which resulted into his/her loss by default.

Characters

Returning
Alex

(Unlockable Update)

Anna Williams

(Unlockable Update)

Asuka Kazama

(Unlockable)

Bob

(Unlockable Update)

Bruce Irvin

(Unlockable)

Bryan Fury

(Unlockable Update)

Christie Monteiro

(Unlockable)

Craig Marduk

(Unlockable)

Eliza

(Unlockable Update)

Feng Wei

(Unlockable)

Jin Kazama

(Unlockable Update)

Katarina Alves

(Unlockable)

Kazuya Mishima
King II

(Unlockable update)

Lee Chaolan

(Unlockable Update)

Leo Kliesen

(Unlockable Update)

Lili

(Unlockable)

Ling Xiaoyu

(Unlockable)

Marshall Law

(Unlockable)

Miguel Caballero Rojo

(Unlockable Update)

Nina Williams
Panda

(Unlockable)

Paul Phoenix

(Unlockable)

Sergei Dragunov

(Unlockable)

Shaheen

(Unlockable)

Steve Fox

(Unlockable)

Guest Character
Akuma

(Unlockable Update)

New
Isaak

(Unlockable)

Rodeo

(Unlockable Update)

Ruby

(Unlockable)

Tiger Miyagi

(Unlockable)

Yue

(Unlockable)

Bosses
Revenant

(unplayable, Final boss)

Cameo Appearances
Ancient Ogre
Mokujin
Tetsujin
Limited Characters
Halloween Dragunov

(Unlockable Update)

Summer Lili

(Unlockable Update)

Summer Nina

(Unlockable Update)

Summer Asuka

(Unlockable Update)

Summer Bob

(Unlockable Update)

Cancelled
Taekwondo Girl

Stages

Stage Type
Temple Entrance 2D Walled
Moonlit Blossom 2D Walled
Wrecked Street 2D Walled
Wrecked Street (Night) 2D Walled
Windmill Haven 2D Walled
Egyptian Valley 2D Walled
Jungle Alcove 2D Walled
The National Museum 2D Walled
Revenant 2D Walled
Abandoned Temple

(Akuma's Stage)

2D Walled

Original Soundtrack

The soundtrack can be listened to on the NamcoMusicCenter[2] youtube channel.

Tracks

  • Main Menu
  • Mission Select
  • Customization Theme
  • Level Up
  • Tutorial
  • Temple Entrance
  • Moonlit Blossom
  • Wrecked Street
  • Windmill Haven
  • Egyptian Valley
  • Jungle Alcove
  • The National Museum
  • Revenant

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Gallery


Trivia

  • At Gamescom, Game director Landon Nguyen stated that Bandai Namco wanted 100 characters in the game at the Tekken Mobile-launch worldwide.[3]. However before the announcement to shut down the entire game, the total characters in the game were 42 including the characters in cameo and they did not reach 58 characters throughout the game and its updates.
  • The main reason the mobile game was discontinued was due to the reception of the game's micro-transactions. Like many mobile games, Tekken Mobile featured a system where players could spend real money to gain in-game benefits, many of these being opportunities to randomly get items and characters. Players spent real money to gain gems that would allow them to buy character premium or epic boxes, runes, and accessories. The in-game micro-transactions were widely criticized by many players due to how much they cost, especially when there were bugs in the game in every update. Additionally, many European countries had banned games with micro-transactions as they were legally classified as gambling.
  • Before King came as an update character, he was seen in the trailer and on the cover.
  • This is the second mobile game with new characters.
  • Marduk, Katarina, Shaheen and Lili were the first characters to be released.
  • Each character with another costume had its own character cover.
  • The characters were randomly unlockable.
  • For the first time, Lili's surname was displayed on her character cover.
  • Kazuya and Nina could be obtained for free as they were given to the player on starting the game for the first time.
  • In 2018 during updates, the Tekken (Mobile) logo was changed. It was altered from Kazuya to Jin, and used his CGI art from Tekken Tag Tournament 2 as a logo.
    • On March 31, 2018, the second logo was replaced by Lee holding a red rose.
    • On May 1, a new logo was introduced showing Akuma and Jin. Both the loading screen and the background were changed, with the Arena stage altered to the Abandoned Temple stage, and during loading there was now a "Ten" (天) kanji in the middle.
    • In the next update, the new dual picture logo was of Lee and King II. Both the loading screen and its background were similar to the Jungle stage.
    • This was later replaced by Jin and King II, who could be seen fighting side by side on the new logo.
    • The next logo change featured a close up of Jin next to Eliza.
  • This is the second Tekken game not to include Heihachi Mishima and Yoshimitsu.

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