by Joe White
November 6, 2013
Liv Games is gearing up to launch the third iOS game in its popular "Wars" series, called Stellar Wars, in the App Store later this month. As a reminder, the developer has already published two games, Legendary Wars and a sequel, Monster Wars, in the App Store, and the applications can be downloaded for $0.99 and free of charge, respectively. Though a new game in the series was announced not long ago, more information - including a trailer - has appeared on Liv Games' website. Called Stellar Wars, then, the new application brings the developer's Wars series into the future, and offers iDevice users a sci-fi-inspired gaming experience that borrows from the genres of both real-time strategy (RTS) and the role-playing game (RPG). In this "RTS-RPG," gamers can build up 12 different kinds of robot, and can put 12 different weapon types to use in more than 50 levels spanning 10 different planets. Over 100 challenges promise to keep iDevice users entertained, and a revamped gaming engine along with support for Apple's Retina display means the app will run smoothly and look great. As Liv Games explains, here's what gamers can expect from Stellar Wars:
Below, we've included the aforementioned trailer video, which provides iDevice owners with a better idea of what they can expect from Stellar Wars. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jfFNn1peqpw&feature=youtu.be
- Futuristic Successor to the award winning Legendary Wars Series.
- Customize your Stellar Fighter with 12 different weapons in exciting action packed space shooting levels.
- Build 12 different types of upgradable Robots and Psyion Aliens to defeat the Planet Eaters.
- Huge Campaign with 10 planets and over 50 levels and 100 Challenges!
- Overhauled engine includes new mini games, full retina support and a smooth new animation system.
If you can't see the above video, please click this link.As mentioned, Stellar Wars is set to launch in the App Store this month, and possibly as early as next week. We'll keep you updated with further information as we receive it. In the meantime, see: PlainText Note-Taking App Goes 2.0 For iOS 7, Finally Gains iCloud Support, Popular Card Digitization App Lemon Wallet Goes 8.0 With iOS 7 Redesign And More, and More Details Concerning The Anticipated Oceanhorn For iOS Surface Online.