December 19, 2011 in Games (E)
[prMac.com] Seoul, Korea, Naked King, a strategy-based iPhone game which gives players the goal of returning a king to power, is now available for free in the iTunes App Store. Naked King has already wowed gamers and developed a strong fan base. The game has achieved the #1 ranking in the strategy category while breaking into the overall top ten ranking in the US iTunes Appstore.
Players construct a strategy to return their deposed monarch to power. Rebuilding the kingdom from the ground up, they first recruit workers to create necessary resources. Once they've accomplished this, it's on to building an army. The strategy components of Naked King focus on the allotment of resources used to create soldiers of various types, use of the game's medicine items to boost their soldiers' attack and defensive abilities, and using the spoils of war to upgrade the defensive features of the King's own castle.
Part of the appeal of Naked King is the scope of its playability. With more than 20 types of 'units' (soldiers and workers) for players to create, 30 monsters to defeat, 300 stages to complete, and special boss levels, Naked King offers strategy lovers enormous entertainment potential. The game also features multiple difficulty levels and 3 different play modes - War, Survival, and Dungeon. Its fun, whimsical cartoon-like graphics, realistic sound effects and amusing back story complete the Naked King gaming experience.
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iOS 3.1.3 or later
* 7.2 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Naked King 1.0.3 has delighted fans worldwide, and its iTunes App Store availability gives even more iPhone game enthusiasts the opportunity to become addicted to ActOn's fantastic addition to the strategy genre. It's available now for free.
ActOn is a leading Mobile Game Development company in South Korea. The company is driven by a passion for games and the desire to create exciting solutions for it's gamers. Copyright (C) 2011 ActOn. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.