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Back to News Listing Magnifico launches on Android!

Posted: Wednesday, June 25, 2014 by Bart Schouten

Type: News

A few months after its successful release on iPad, Da Vinci’s: Art of War is now reaching the Android world with a brand new name, Magnifico, in tribute to the boardgame that inspired this digital adaptation. Today owners of Android tablets will finally have the chance to get their hands on “…a better game than Risk” (Digitally Downloaded) and “[a game with] a very different approach, which is refreshing” (App Review Central).

In Magnifico mighty European lords from the 16th century want to expand their influence in the continent at any cost. You will will lead a faction and fight your way to conquer European provinces. You will be confronted with tough AI opponents that will adopt various behaviors and strategies so that every game is very different. As you earn Victory Points, your will have to take economic and military decisions, and invest in Da Vinci’s technologies to boost their armies and territory production levels.

Inspired by the famous boardgame Magnifico, this adaptation has been especially designed for Android tablets. Players can move units, build defense structures and develop dreadful war machines simply and easily. However, only the best tacticians will be able to adapt to this new European context and bet on the inventions that really make the difference!

Get more information on Magnifico from its official Android product page.

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