February 18, 2015 in Games (F)
[prMac.com] Klaipeda, Lithuania - Realore has announced a closed beta-test of its brand new free-to-play strategy title on the iOS platform. The world of Flying Empire suffered from a terrible cataclysm that tore apart the fabric of earth itself. The remnants of once great civilizations raise castles on islands flying in the sky and start to rebuild the life they lost. In Flying Empire players become leaders of one of these fortresses in the sky. Their mission is to collect resources and build a powerful castle able to withstand attacks from other players, sky-pirates and other disasters. To get valuable resources players will have to train great armies. A wide range of units offers players a great tactical variety. After the army is fully trained it must be put aboard of one of the beautiful flying ships. A choice of ships adds yet another layer of strategy to raiding in Flying Empire. The game offers intense player versus player competition fueled by the growing need for precious resources. To become more successful players are encouraged to form alliances in order to protect each other and progress through the game faster. Stripped down interface of the game offers an easy entrance to both mobile strategy veterans and newcomers.
During the closed-beta players will be able to play the game and closely communicate with the developers allowing them to get primary feedback from the audience. To register for the beta players must visit Flying Empire online and follow the instructions.
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