Noble Master Games Release Strategy Game for Android
Honolulu, HI – February 20, 2009 — Noble Master Games releases their medieval strategy game for mobile phones running the new Google Android operating system.
Aevum Obscurum a risk-like turn-based strategy game where you take the reigns of a budding empire and struggle against fellow empires for control of Europe. The Android version of the game offers single player game-play on a map featuring Europe. The game comes with six scenarios ranging from ancient to medieval Europe. The scenarios contain a total of over fifty empires to choose from including the Kingdom of England, Kingdom of France, Byzantine Empire, Sultanate of Egypt, Kingdom of Jerusalem, Celtic Tribes and Ancient Macedonia.
Aevum Obscurum is a game designed for strategy game enthusiasts. Future plans include the addition of other maps including Asia and the Americas. The integration of multiplayer capability is currently discussed and might be implemented at a later point in time.
The full Android application is available in the Android Market for $4.99. A free “Lite” version can be downloaded for try out before purchase. Aevum Obscurum is also available for PC and Macintosh computers. The PC and Macintosh version features both single player and multiplayer modes and can be obtained for $19.99 per year. Download and information are available at http://www.AevumObscurum.com.
Noble Master Games is a Honolulu based company, established in 2006, to serves as a resource for the global gaming community at large.
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