More than 150.000 users downloaded this RTS during its demo stage.
Indie developers and pubishers at Luminous and Iceberg Interactive announced today the full release of their formerly demo title Circle Empires at some point in the month of August 2018. Circle Empires is a Real Time Strategy (RTS) game with some twists and turns that configure an original take on the popular format. The original demo for the game was downloaded by more than 150.000 users.
“We worked on the Circle Empires demo for many years and we’re pleased to now have a final product in our hands. Folks who played the demo can expect a greatly improved experience with a lot more content. Love from thousands of Youtubers during the development (who only played the demo, without having the faintest idea Luminous was making it into a full-sized RTS) actively inspired us to stay focused on bringing the game to a new level of experience.”, said Mihkel Trei, lead developer at Luminous.
Circle Empires puts players in command of a blooming civilization in a circle-based isometric map hiding loot, monsters and new challenges with each new step towards undiscovered areas. The original twist of presenting a map conformed by interconnected circles provides an original take for the RTS format, as in a dungeon crawling experience. Players will start their journeys on Mountaintopia, the fantasy world of Circle Empires.
As the game’s latest press release informs, Circle Empires features the following elements:
- Fast-paced real-time strategic gameplay with large-scale battles
- Expand your empire, circle by circle
- Units can gain XP and level up
- Procedurally generated worlds containing unique flora and fauna
- 150+ different creatures, buildings and resources
- 18 Different faction leaders, a variety of bonuses
- 12 enemy boss monsters
- A magnificent treasury that grows with each battle
Circle Empires will be available at some point during August 2018 for PC with a starting price tag of $7.99. Players can add this title to their wishlists right now visiting its Steam page.
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