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Back to News Listing HISTORY Great Battles Medieval is headed to Android!

Posted: Monday, April 25, 2011 by Sean Drummy

Type: Press Release

‘These are my battlefields. And I will fight for my men, for my king and for my country’

Slitherine (www.slitherine.com), Matrix Games, and War Drum Studios (www.wardrumstudios.com) are thrilled to announce the release of HISTORY™ Great Battles Medieval for the Android™ operating system (all TegraT compatible devices)! HISTORY™ Great Battles Medieval has already generated plenty of buzz as it was hailed as “an impressively fully-functioned RTS” by PocketGamer.co.uk.

HISTORY™ Great Battles Medieval is the first 3D strategy game to land on this exciting new platform. The title’s beautiful graphics and innovative gameplay have been used by NVidia® to demo their cutting edge mobile graphics chipsets so rest assured that HISTORY™ Great Battles Medieval pushes the limits of mobile gaming technology!

JD McNeil, Chairman of Slitherine Ltd., said, “We are excited to bring to market such an exciting title. Working in partnership with War Drum Studios and NVidia® has been a rewarding experience that puts us at the forefront of innovation in the strategy gaming market.”

About HISTORY™ Great Battles Medieval

This is the Hundred Years War. Each man must stand tall. Each man’s mettle will be tested. But amongst all men there are leaders, there are those who will not be cowed. Can you be that leader? In this epic strategy RPG you will lead your army through the greatest of medieval wars and make history live again.

HISTORY™ Great Battles Medievalis a unique blend of Real-Time Strategy and Role-playing that allows you to develop your army; gaining experience, abilities and equipment to customize your troops. Success can never be guaranteed but to give you the best chance you must engage in careful preparation and be sure to equip your squads to meet every eventuality. In addition, an exciting Battle Card system will give you unique advantages which can turn the tide of battle if used at the right time!

HISTORY™ Great Battles Medievalis optimized for NVIDIA® TegraT-based Android™ devices and is available now on Android™ Market. Get more information on ofHISTORY™ Great Battles Medieval from its official product page.

 

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