Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R., November 16, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Global games publisher Reality Squared Games (R2Games) ventures once more into the mobile market with the release of a new title: Odyssey RPG. For testing purposes, the current release is initially only available in Canada, Australia and New Zealand, with a global release to follow. The deck-building game is available for free download for iOS phones and tablet on Apple’s App Store (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/odyssey-rpg/id705075255).
Following their first published mobile game Excalibur: Knights of the King which came out merely one month earlier, Odyssey RPG’s release points to an expansion of R2Games’s initial focus from browser-only games to other platforms supporting the free-to-play model.
Odyssey RPG is a deck-building card game drawing heavy inspiration from Greek mythology. Strategy lies primarily in the composition of decks and their formations beforehand, then watching results play out thereafter, adjusting accordingly in between battles for optimal effectiveness as the player gathers more cards and faces new challenges. With added RPG elements, such as skills and equipment for special Hero cards, Odyssey RPG offers a unique twist to the card-building game genre.
For more information, visit the official site: http://odyssey.r2games.com
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