We’re outrageous fans of Raw Fury’s Kingdom: New Lands [$9.99]. It’s an ultra-clever dominion building diversion that’s played as a sidescroller where a usually communication we have as a actor is earning and spending gold. The fascinating thing about it is that by this one elementary mechanic, a diversion is jam packaged with all sorts of surprises. We get deeper into all this in out game of a week post, though unnecessary to say, Kingdom is a really good game.
Apparently, a biggest ask they got with a strange Kingdom was multiplayer, that is accurately what they’re delivering in a arriving Kingdom: Two Crowns, where two players conduct their dominion during a same time. Here’s tighten to 10 mins of gameplay on a Nintendo Switch:
Raw Fury is also operative on bringing Kingdom: Two Crowns to mobile, they only have a large technical plea forward of them as to how to make it work. Personally, we can see it operative very good as a internal multiplayer separate shade iPad game. I’ve had a ton of fun personification games like Astro Party [Free], and with Kingdom’s likewise simple control scheme, it seems like it’d be equally rad.
Either way, we can’t wait to see how this all pans out. Definitely download Kingdom: New Lands in a meantime if we haven’t already.