Combat Monsters – Rubicon Development To Unleash A New Strategic Monster

Combat Monsters – Rubicon Development To Unleash A New Strategic Monster

Aug 16, 2013

Rubicon Development, the studio behind Great Little War Game and Great Big War Game, has revealed that they are working on a new turn-based tactical strategy title by the name of Combat Monsters. Planned for a fall launch, this title lets players spawn monsters on a game board which represents a battlefield, allowing players to cause all kind of chaos against enemy opponents. These powerful creatures are able to use their slicing weapons, heal themselves or others, and cast powerful spells, such as a blazing fireball.

“Every day as I wake up, I ponder over life and the meaning of it all,” said Paul Johnson, managing director and co-founder of Rubicon Development, in a press release. “Had I been spawning 3D monsters all night and making the enemy cry a single bloody tear after being burned to a crisp, I would instead wake up late in the afternoon — unable to work or do house chores – with a smile on my face.”

•Play anywhere: Cross-platform play with shared accounts allows for true roaming
•Eliminate the competition . . . in 3D: We don’t skimp on dimensions, no sir!
•We have a board: On which your warriors and monsters may move about!
•Flexible multiplayer: “Daily asynchronous” and live online play for up to six players; private or public with matchmaking to prevent unbalanced battles.
•Affordable decks and expansions: Free or almost free—because it’s not 1986 (or even 2006)!
•The taste of things to come is . . . sweet: Ambitious future roadmap with trading, sit-and-go constructed and sealed deck tournaments, new races and cards . . . and more!
•Monsters for all tastes: 132 unique monsters across 11 races with 50+ unique activated abilities
•Weaponized weapons of war: 70 unique weapons to shred the enemy to pieces
•Armor that keeps you alive longer: 28 sets of armor—and 28 opportunities to survive certain death
•Spellcast like 1969: 42 spells to tilt the battle in your favor
•Celtic cheerleaders: 22 to choose from (runes, that is)!

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