Krakow, POLAND: Video game’s developer and publisher, Teyon along with Japanese developer, AMZY announced the collaborated release of their action fighting game, Clash of Elementalists to Europe and North America this Thursday, April 11th. The title will be available on the Nintendo 3DS™ hand-held system in the Nintendo eShop for €4.99/$4.99 respectively and on Nintendo DSiWare™ for 500 Nintendo DSi PointsTM.
Battling it out in a fight to prove their superiority, players select from four distinct Elementalists, each representing one of the four planetary elements; earth, fire, water and air. Each character’s fighting style and weaponry reflects their element creating engaging and explosive rounds of powerful and fast action. There are a total of four modes of game play available and depending on which mode is chosen, the fighting conditions such as the amount of rounds per battle, the battlefield and length of each round are adjustable.
Clash of Elementalists also includes the DS Wireless feature, enabling two player matches between two Nintendo DSi™ or Nintendo 3DS systems via a local wireless connection. Here players will be able to battle against their friends in customized battle conditions or for more variety, at random.
· Play for victory in 4 different modes: Training, Arcade, Free Battle and Versus
· Battle against your friends in 2 player mode
· Select your character based on their elements; Celsius, Biot, Fahrenheit or Mole
· Master insane finishing moves for an incredible game-play experience!
Watch the official trailer on Teyon’s YouTube Channel - http://youtu.be/uiDJ1dfUsvg
For more updates and information about Clash of Elementalists head to the official website http://www.teyon.com/games/clash-of-elementalists/
Teyon, a leading developer and digital publisher of interactive entertainment for all platforms was founded in Krakow, Poland in 2006. Since its’ beginnings, Teyon has released over 100 titles worldwide using proprietary cross-platform technology. The company currently employs over 70 personnel spanned across all 3 office locations including Lodz, Poland and Tokyo, Japan. For more information, visit www.teyon.com .
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