Nival hexes things up with mobile version of hit turn-based strategy game
Now that it has built a loyal following on Facebook and topped the charts at Kongregate, King's Bounty: Legions is ready to go on the move with a new version designed specifically for the iPad.
Nival, developers of critically acclaimed Blitzkrieg and Heroes of Might&Magic V, brings the classic turn-based strategy game to iOS on August 21, 2012! Raise mighty fantasy armies and complete challenging quests in pursuit of glory. Then, if you think you are ready, challenge your friends to combat and prove whose legions are truly the mightiest - for the first time in history of the franchise!
King's Bounty Legions on iPad
"Cross-platform games are the future of gaming industry and we're proud to be first company to release first real 3D cross-platform strategy" - noted Sergey Orlovskiy, CEO of Nival. "We've launched King's Bounty: Legions on Facebook a year ago and very pleased with positive response from gamers and results we've achieved so far".
More than a one million people are enjoying King's Bounty: Legions every month. The King's Bounty franchise has been a hit with strategy gamers for over 20 years. Nival has remained faithful to the core ideas of the beloved series, giving you fantastic creatures and mighty spells to guide through tactical combat on a hex grid - wise allocation of resources and knowing the strengths and weaknesses of your troops will decide who wins and who loses.
You can play King's Bounty: Legions on Facebook and then continue your quest on iPad thanks to cross-platform accounts and multiplayer. Switch between platforms as you wish and play whenever you like.
With console-quality graphics on your iPad, King's Bounty Legions is sure to please fans of turn-based strategy games.
King's Bounty: Legions puts players in the role of a young warlord, who gains experience while commanding troops from four distinct factions on the battlefield.
With more than 40 unique units, players can customize armies to match their preferred approach to combat; especially as each character class may have distinct advantages over others in the turn-based battle system.
King's Bounty: Legions is free to play. You can get iPad version in Apple iTunes store.
In-game screenshots from iPad version available here (77 Mb, zip archive).