Friday, January 11, 2013

Witching Hour Studios' Ravenmark Gets It's Final Campaign Update!

One of our personal iOS favorites here at The App Shack, Ravenmark: Scourge of Estellion, has received it's final campaign update. Version 1.11 includes the Raven's Rise campaign levels; 9 new missions in snowy landscapes will put you up against the villains of Kaysan as they make their last stand. 

If you have no idea what Ravenmark is, it's one of the best, and most comprehensive Turn-Based Strategy titles to ever grace the iOS Device. In our review, the game got a perfect 5 stars, and that was back when there were only a couple campaigns. Now, the game contains a full 6 campaigns with a full 51 battles. Not to mention an insanely deep codex, an encyclopedia outlining just about every little detail of every nation, unit, ability and more, helping to add to the full immersion of the game and story.

The free version of Ravenmark has also been updated with the new campaign, and for the same price as the full version, you can purchase each additional campaign from within the game as you move along. The Prelude is free in the Episodic version, and you can pay as you go if that's more your thing, or just don't have the $9.99 to purchase the full version now, which wouldn't be surprising considering the massive toll Christmas took on everyone's wallets.

But Ravenmark is definitely a title that everyone who's even remotely interested in Strategy games should check out. The Turn-Based gameplay is fantastic, and there's an immense amount of content, especially considering it's an iOS game. If you were one of the lucky few who picked up the game when it was priced at $2.99, and got all of the added campaigns for free, don't forget that there's a donate IAP. Witching Hour Studios is most certainly one developer I'm sure we'd all love to see bring more titles to the iOS, and with the crazy amount of work that's gone into Ravenmark, they definitely deserve to be supported in any and every way.

Also, don't forget; The online Multiplayer version of Ravenmark is also still in the pipeline, hopefully to be released sometime this year. If you sign up for a WHS account from within the game, you'll be able to get some (as of now) undisclosed perks once the multiplayer game is released. So keep that all in mind!

You can also track the progress of the Multiplayer game, as well as whatever else WHS has going on at The Official WHS Site, and The Official Ravenmark Site


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