Life isn’t always a fairytale, that’s why we should enjoy every single moment when it feels like it is. G5 Entertainment, together with Cateia Games, decided to add a little fairytale to your life. Take a pleasant journey to a wonderful world of kings, princesses and court jesters in Kingdom Tales 2, released on Google Play and Kindle Fire today.
… Once upon a time, there was a kingdom ruled by a fair king, Arnor. He had a beautiful daughter Dahla, who fell in love with a young and skillful blacksmith, Finn, who was not of her social stature. When she confessed her love to her father, scandal broke out throughout the kingdom. The king proclaimed that only the man who proved himself most worthy in the expansion of the kingdom would earn Dahla’s hand, thus giving Finn the chance he needed to prove his worthiness. Now it’s your turn to join. Help Finn to develop great kingdom and reunite with his beloved Princess.
Even if you’re not a pro in strategy games, an intuitive and easy-to-use interface will make your journey simple and pleasant. Funny original characters will guide you all the way through. But watch your back – there is an evil count wandering around in the Dark Woods. Don’t waste any minute, download this shining building sim to your favorite device!
The game is developed by Cateia Games and published by G5 Entertainment AB
- Find your way to glory through 40 exciting levels
- Explore nine picturesque locations
- Meet 11 unique characters
- Play three difficulty modes: relaxed, normal and extreme
- Enjoy HD visuals in a highly detailed environment
Kingdom Tales 2 is available for download on Google Play and Kindle Fire today. Gamers can try the game for free and unlock the full version via in-app purchase for $2.99 through July 18th (reg. $4.99).
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