Still haven’t played G.I. Joe: Battleground? Give it a try this month and get SCRAP IRON!

G.I. Joe: Battleground has been around for a few months now, and the game developers continue to raise the bar, with the artwork on these characters.  This month is no different.

Each month the game offers new and different cards and incentives to “Invite” people to join.  This month that incentive is SCRAP IRON!  A long time fan favorite character, Scrap Iron appears in the artwork as depicted in his Direct to Consumer version as well as the 25th Anniversary Extreme Conditions Arctic set.  The choices of these obscure homages is just one of the reasons why this game and the artwork within are being embraced by G.I. Joe fans everywhere.

If you haven’t tried it yet, head to GIJoeBattleground.com and download it.  When you first play, you will begin a “Boot Camp” training session.  After that training session is over, it will ask for an “Invite Code”.  If you enter my Invite Code 7jhfsx you will get a free Scrap Iron card (as will I).  It’s a great incentive and the artwork here is incredible.

This only works for new players.  Thanks and enjoy the game!

Download G.I. JOE: BATTLEGROUND for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Android devices for free at: Mobage | G.I. JOE: BATTLEGROUND

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4 thoughts on “Still haven’t played G.I. Joe: Battleground? Give it a try this month and get SCRAP IRON!

  1. tried that with stormshadow code, wouldn’t work. besides having been promised the stormshadow and other cards prior to launch and never receiving them.

    While i love your reviews Justin, and to each is own, I’m not sure what you see in this game that involves so little strategy or effort and got a lot of word of mouth out of a card that was never delivered, that feels deceptive and i think it’s worth mentioning to people who may pick it up later. I for one don’t want to support game designers who do business that way.

  2. I have fun with it, but no fair you have a whole website to recruit invites with, lol. But yeah, there isn’t a ton of strategy but there is some. It appeals to the collecting and leveling up side of videogaming for sure. I also love when the vehicles pop up though, it makes me happy to see the Mamba shoot out the extra cockpit thingy every time. Feel free to friend add me (name: satandy).

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