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Free Realms: Trading Card Game
Game Description: Expand the online world of the family-friendly MMORPG Free Realms with this new card game from Sony Online Entertainment's Denver studios. Featuring over 180 cards, 50 exclusive virtual reward cards, and 16 physical exclusive cards (that also include codes that unlock their virtual counterparts), fans of the game with be able to enjoy the world of Free Realms like never before.
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