Moscow, 2013, June 5. Nival is happy to announce that Prime World: Defenders is now available on Steam.
Prime World: Defenders merges classic tower defense gameplay with a collectible card game mechanic. Your towers, your spells, your traps - all are magic cards that you can collect and upgrade as you progress through the campaign. You'll have to develop your own strategy for each map, because you earn random cards at the end of every battle. Will you have a plan that fits your own particular hand? Choose your deck wisely as you move forward.
Since its beta launch a month ago, Prime World: Defenders has garnered accolades from gamers and press alike. Forbes.com called it "a must play for any tower defense enthusiast", GamingNexus said that "Nival has nailed the core concepts of the genre" and Penny-Arcade said "it has some tasteful or ironic or much-missed thingamajig which allowed one to ensconce oneself in the days of yore".
Whatever that means. Must be something good, right?
Did we mention that Prime World: Defenders is more than a single-player story driven campaign? It also has randomly generated missions, a feature rarely seen in tower defense titles.
To learn more about Prime World: Defenders visit http://playdefenders.com.
Nival is an independent game developer focused on strategy games. The company was founded by games industry veteran Sergey Orlovskiy, who currently serves as company CEO.
With offices in Moscow and St. Petersburg, Russia; Miami, Florida; Kiev, Ukraine and Minsk, Belarus Nival currently has more than 200 employees and four development studios.
Since 1996, Nival has developed several popular games, including Heroes of Might and Magic V, Blitzkrieg, Silent Storm, and Etherlords. Nivalís core development studios are working on the award-winning competitve role-playing strategy Prime World and the collectible tower defense game Prime World: Defenders. Two more titles are expected to announced by the end of 2013.
For more information about Nival, please visit http://nival.com