June 16, 2012 in Games (F)
[prMac.com] Moscow, Russia - First released more than 20 years ago, Warlords fits the bill now with refreshed HD version for iPad. The overall excellent gameplay is saved along with authentic graphics, familiar Illuria kingdom map and original fractions. But the developers also did their best to take the most from latest mobile devices - hi-resolution dialogs, easy to use controls, powerful AI, informative statistics and more.
Great memories are revived when the player joins the war trying to get control of Illuria. But it does not mean that playing is simple. The mission implies raising powerful armies, training and equipping fantasy heroes, overrunning enemy sites, battering heavy infantry, searching tombs for money and exploring Illuria's ruins.
A few differences between this version and original game are clearly stated in Detailed User Manual. Nevertheless, Warlords Classic remains a timeless classic even on iPad. Also in next updates the multiplayer mode via Game Centre is going to appear. This will help to make battlefield strategy even closer to reality.
* Apple iPad (iPad 1 or later)
* Running iOS 5 and later
* Full retina display support for New iPad
Pricing and Availability:
Warlords Classic HD game is available on iTunes AppStore for $1.99 (this is an introduction price for June'12; the price will be increased to $4.99 in July). Promo codes are available to editors upon request.
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