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KARLSRUHE 29/1/2014 – flaregames, a leading
publisher and developer of mobile games, announced today that their
long awaited mobile game
Royal Revolt II: King vs. King is nearing release.
The game is about to enter closed beta this week. The release date
has been set as February 27, 2014 for iOS smartphones and tablets.
The game is to set ship worldwide in 15 languages and will be a
free download. The Android version will follow a week later, with
extra content to celebrate the 2nd anniversary of Google Play.
Like its predecessor, Royal Revolt II brings new momentum to the
Tower Defense genre. Royal Revolt! reversed the tower defense genre
by putting players in the role of the attacker instead of defender.
The successor also brings a unique innovation to the genre. For the
first time, players take on both roles, attacking and defending. In
impressive 3D players can now set up their own castles and build
extensive defenses with walls, traps and powerful towers. All this
can be easily created with a few touches using the new intuitive
In Royal Revolt II the players all over the world will fight in
epic battles against each other. With the right strategy a player
can break through uniquely built defenses, conquer other castles
and plunder its treasures. Rise the ranks to find out who is
the greatest king of them all.
“Royal Revolt II is shaping up to become the unique
strategy game we hoped it would become. We are super excited and
can't wait to see the battle starting. We have taken our time to
build the best possible experience for our millions of Royal Revolt
fans. On top of this, we already have a long list for more content
and new features to extend the whole gaming experience.“
said Pete Walentin, Managing Director of developer Keen Flare,
flaregames’ Frankfurt studio.
Based in Karlsruhe, flaregames has a highly motivated team of
veterans and new talent to create and deploy a new generation of
mobile games. The company, founded in 2011, creates games for
smartphones and tablets. The pipeline currently has a number of
titles for mainstream and mid-core gamers. The games are extensive,
deep experiences, that offer long-lasting fun and best of all are
free ("free to play").
The founder of the company, Klaas Kersting, previously of
Gameforge has a proven track record of success, growing his last
company into a global player with 500 employees and over €100
million in annual revenue.
Investors in the startup include renowned international venture
capital firms Accel Partners and T-Venture.
Press contact: Gunnar Lott,