Gaijin Entertainment Releases Fantasy Conflict for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch
Gaijin Entertainment, an award-winning publisher of multiplatform video games, has released Fantasy Conflict for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch. Fantasy Conflict combines the addictive real-time strategy gameplay Gaijin and Spellbox Studios introduced in their iOS hit Modern Conflict with a medieval setting and humorous fantasy storyline. A [$2.99] HD version, [$1.99] standard version, and free versions that let players sample the first chapter can be downloaded today from the App Store.

In Fantasy Conflict, the faraway kingdom of Baldoria is under attack by a hoard of greedy dwarves who have stolen the power crystal that maintains time itself. When the town’s alarm clock fails to go off as a result and King Salodor oversleeps, the petty tyrant is not amused! Peaceful resolution is not an option in this conflict; the kingdom must seek revenge. Armed with the most advanced weaponry, led by Baldoria’s most skilled commanders, and possessing the knowledge of the long-forgotten magic spells, Salodor’s courageous guards will fight until the last dwarf flees the battlefield.

Using a simple, one-touch interface, Fantasy Conflict players will guide their pocket army through 35 diverse missions to take back the Baldorian territory from the encroaching enemy. Beef up assaults and boost defenses by upgrading weapons and fortresses. Use cannons and zeppelins for farther-reaching attacks, and experiment with magic spells and amulets to gain a strategic advantage. This humorous and addictive RTS also features six exciting Survival Mode missions, numerous in-game achievements and awards, and online GameCenter achievements.

Fantasy Conflict can be found on the App Store at the following links:
° HD full version ($2.99):
° HD free version:
° Standard full version ($1.99):

About Gaijin Entertainment
Gaijin Entertainment is a successful, fast-growing game development company established in 2002. The company specializes in the creation of games for various platforms including PlayStation3, Xbox 360, iOS and PC. Gaijin also focuses on technology-related research that makes them a leading provider of solutions in changeable IT market conditions. To date, Gaijin’s team is represented by six departments and over sixty highly qualified employees. The company’s projects have received a range of mass media and game industry awards including such KRI Awards as Best Simulation Game, Best Techology, Best Sound, and many more. Today’s Gaijin Entertainment is the biggest independent PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 games developer in Russia. Learn more at Gaijin’s official website: