I’m a game developer. I found that my real passion was in video games back in 1992. I’ve always been obsessed with the fantasy genre, more specificallydark and mysterious elements such as undead, liches, vampires and skeletons. Combined with my decades of experience in game development, I spent 3 years prototyping and finally giving birth to this strategy game. It’s called The Revived Throne. I’m here to share it with you all and I really hope you enjoy it!
Strategy game is the type of gameplay that I like best. I spent most of my child life on hardcore strategy games like the games from Paradox. Then came the Mobile Gaming Era, I saw that a lot of vertical version of strategy game sprang up and supported multiplayer. I fell in love with them but eventually grew tired of the identical game modes and game play patterns. This was when I began contemplating making my own since I had experience playing strategy game and programming. I made up my mind and developed this game on my spare time over a 3 years period. I ‘m sure many fans like me will love it. The game mainly tells a story about a resurrected lord,called as the Revived King, fights against other races. Before his death, the Revived King was a kind-hearted and much-loved lord. After being brutally murdered, his grievances could not be dissipated and eventually formed into the Revived King. I made much of this character. Portraying his characteristics through a large amount of game tasks, dialogues, and plots. During the game, you, the Revived King, need to build your home, call up the undead, strengthen your army, expand the land and achieve the final goal. In this process, you will meet enemies in the wild and other players or forces, they might have connections with you. It might be cooperation, it might be confrontation.
This game has complex multiplayer features and was very challenging and time-consuming for me as a designer and developer. . . I made sure that every detail was polished on the server-side and client-side.
I struggled for a long time and finally I chose the mode of free download and in-app purchase. The reason I gave up pay-per-download is that I want more people to play my game. I would be grateful if you like it or even are willing to pay for support. Of course, you still could play well without spending a single penny. You’re able to download it by searching The Revived Throne on Google Play.
Anyway, I have said so much. I posted a few pictures of my game here. I’m not good at PS. These pictures are all designed by my old friend. They mainly express the concept and thoughts of the whole game. I’m quite satisfied, he is impressive.