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    Traitor’s Empire releases for Android users

    Triple Rocket proudly announces the release of Traitor’s Empire on the Google Play Store.

    In Traitor’s Empire, a band of heroes joined together uncovers mysteries and gain revenge as the heir to the empire being murdered. With the combination of the best elements from turned based RPG and collectable card games, an epic storyline awaits for players to build decks of cards to enable powerful attacks and customize heroes abilities.

    While it’s a turn-based game where you control a team of heroes, taking turns moving and playing the card available against enemies, they themselves have cards of their own that will change the course of every fight.

    Play through the campaign as the single-player features an interesting story and numerous battles where tactical decision and planning is involved to decide a win or a loss. Meanwhile, others are able to join forces with you to defeat the boss or run epic events which will add glorious plunder to the stash.

    Game Modes
    • CAMPAIGN – Journey through the Empire of Kovia, as you gain new heroes, level up and loot cards for your collection.
    • WAR – Set up your battleground defence and attack other players to increase your rank and earn legendary treasures.

    Traitor’s Empire is now available to download on Google Play Store. It will soon be available on iOS later this year.

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