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Sci-Fi strategy game 'Second Earth' is available for mobile devices worldwide

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There has been a global launch of NTREEV SOFT's combat strategy game Second Earth. Simultaneously released in more than 130 countries around the world, Second Earth is available for free on iOS and Android devices.

Second Earth is a sci-fi strategy game in which players have to grow and defend their own planets by upgrading troops, gathering treasures, strategically deploying facilities like Plasma Cannons, Bunker, and Air Turrets to defend against attack from other players. Second Earth features prompt deployment of the troops. Because it takes no time to mobilize the armies, such as Hammers, Wild Crabs and Dark Angels, players can fight continuously and grow their bases quickly to enjoy a fast-paced game. There is the ability to make upgrades to the battle units and to use unique strategies in combing forces and in the fighting of the battles.

There is multi-play mode but also single-play mode where a player invades AI planets created in various ways. There is a Facebook link so that players can enjoy the game with their friends.

Second Earth is available for free from the Apple App Store www.itunes.com/appstore and at Google Play. For more information on Second Earth, visit the game's Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/SecondEarthGame.

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