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The "trivia roguelike" where Wikipedia articles battle it out and you predict the winner! Guess the length and popularity of articles...
Some more gameplay popping up on YouTube! :)
Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.traviangames.ugpx
"Tactical Battle Racing"
App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/app/hyperdrome/id1217379337
Seems to be out in the US now too. Not in Germany though. :(
It's quite literally the ultimate video game form of this:
Great to hear you're willing to keep working on the game @Uprising Elton!
I'm always glad to support dedicated developers. In fact, already...
I like it in general. However, the game (or rather AI) doesn't seem to be terribly challenging. At least I had no trouble winning every single one...
Could you maybe give a brief explanation? Can't really make out how it plays from the trailer...
I like B5 best, then probably A5.
How are player numbers looking? Finding a match seems to take a while...
Why would anyone talk about a Game of War clone?
Also not in Germany? :(
Yup. A highly thematic one. No substance to the gameplay whatsoever.
It hasn't been available in Germany for years. And yes, it's all about licensing. Sad story. :/
Right. That's what F2P does. Constantly pay or play a worse version of the game.
I just hope this will be available in Germany one day...
In beginning you don't need them at all but it soon ramps up so that you won't survive a single run between two checkpoints, and then you either...
I can tell you I've had 5 crashes in like 20 minutes. Waiting for a patch now. The game (ruleset) itself does seem interesting. Especially the...
For the record, this game's model was directly inspired by Auro (the game I talked about). So, yes! :D
Hey guys, we have a hyped up license, so let's make the most generic game ever! :)