King Art Games, a German developer known for The Book of Unwritten Tales has created a successful game, two-fold. One part is their overfunded Kickstarter. The other, is the incredibly well-designed and fun-to-play, Battle Worlds: Kronos that is a hex-grid, turn-based strategy game as few do well.
KING Art games, the developers behind the critically acclaimed Book of Unwritten Tales, today announced the commencement of a Steam Greenlight campaign in an effort to bring their upcoming turn-based strategy title Battle Worlds: Kronos to the prolific digital distribution platform. Already, support from the gaming community has been overwhelming and expectations for the campaign are high.
The Battle Worlds: Kronos Kickstarter campaign was fully backed within seven days and is soon to reach its first stretch goal of $170,000 with 22 days still to go, having proven immensely popular with both core strategy fans and the wider gaming populace. Both the community and the developers at KING Art themselves have taken such pride in the upcoming strategy game that the decision to bring the game to Steam was an easy one to make.
“We’re blown away by the support we’ve already received on the Greenlight campaign; it’s great to know we have so many committed people behind us on this,” Said Jan Theysen, Creative Director, KING Art games. “We’re expecting to reach our first Kickstarter stretch-goal very soon, so that with the help of our loyal backers and community, we can bring an even more amazing experience to Steam.”
KING Art is also releasing a series of videos, the Battle Worlds Academy trailers, which take viewers into the details of the game and demonstrate the mechanics of the gameplay. The first two parts, covering Action Points & Movement and Combat: