Noisy Orc Games announced Dec. 12, 2013 that their critically acclaimed mobile RPG adventure game "Pocket Titans" is now free on iOS Devices. Developed by two veteran developers in their weekends and evenings, "Pocket Titans" originally released earlier this year in October as a paid app for $0.99. The game was also featured in the App Store's "Best New Games" section.
"Pocket Titans" now features a new "Challenge Mode." After you've finished the game you'll be able to "pit your wits against deadly foes in our fiendish new challenges."
According to a prepared statement we received from John Payne, the game's technical lead:
We were overwhelmed by the initial response to Pocket Titans. We achieved a loyal following really quickly and our players loved fighting each other in multiplayer. We therefore felt that by making the game free to all players going forward, the Pocket Titans community would go from strength to strength.
According to Ian Pestridge, the game's art lead:
Our goal from the outset was to make a game that we enjoyed playing ourselves. We’re very pleased with the final game that we delivered at launch and humbled by the numbers of positive feedback that we’ve already had from existing players. We look forward to welcoming even more players over the holiday period.
Several features "Pocket Titans" include:
- Eight characters to choose from "each with their own special abilities, picking the right heroes throughout the course of the campaign is vital to overcoming impending doom thrust upon the player at each turn."
- 30 Enemy classes to "battle against" and "five evil bosses across an expansive selection of levels."
- Upgradable weapons and armor.
- Multiplayer two player head-to-head online matches.
You can download "Pocket Titans" for free from the Ap Store here.
For more information about the game visit www.pockettitans.com.
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