The Fantastic Four and Namor will be included as playable characters of the turn-based role-playing mobile game “Marvel Strike Force.” This is part of the 80th anniversary of Marvel Comics, which was founded as Timely Comics in 1939.
Launched worldwide on March 28, 2018, “Marvel Strike Force” was developed by FoxNext for Android and iOS platforms. Get to know more about its five new characters:
Named Reed Richards, Mister Fantastic is a scientific genius who can stretch, twist and re-shape his body to inhuman proportions. He serves as the father figure of the Fantastic Four.
Mr. Fantastic was played by Ioan Gruffudd in “Fantastic Four,” which is stylized as “Fantastic 4,” in 2005 and in “Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer” in 2007. He was played by Miles Teller in “Fantastic Four,” which is stylized as “FANT4STIC” in 2015.
Named Susan “Sue” Storm-Richards, Invisible Woman can bend and manipulate light to render herself and others invisible. She is the girlfriend and eventual wife of Reed Richards.
Invisible Woman was played by Jessica Alba in “Fantastic 4” and in “Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer.” Kate Mara played her in “FANT4STIC.”
The Human Torch
Named Johnny Storm, the Human Torch can control fire that enables him to project fire from his body and gives him the power to fly. He is the younger brother of Sue Storm.
Chris Evans played the Human Torch in “Fantastic 4” and in “Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer.” Michael B. Jordan played her in “FANT4STIC.”
Named Ben Grimm, the Thing has high levels of superhuman strength and durability and is often filled with anger, self-loathing and self-pity over his new existence as a monstrous, orange, rock-like humanoid. He is the best friend of Reed Richards.
Michael Chiklis played the Thing in “Fantastic 4” and in “Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer.” Jamie Bell played him in “FANT4STIC.”
Namor is the mutant son of a human sea captain and a princess of the mythical undersea kingdom of Atlantis. Along with his superhuman powers are the super-strength and aquatic abilities of the Homo mermanus race and the mutant ability of flight.
In 1997, Namor was a boss in the “Fantastic Four” game. Trevor Devall voiced the character in the “Inhumans” motion comic in 2013.
Meanwhile, here is the official “Marvel Strike Force” gameplay trailer: