BEIJING, China - June 03, 2010
Inventive developers Mo-Star today announced the release of their new fantasy battle game for iPhone, Princess Fury. This gorgeously illustrated action game boasts a combination of classic arcade action style and a creative, real-time strategic battle system.
As Princess Fury, players strike down enemies with the combined power of servants and soldiers. With stunning swordplay and magic, players can combat over 100 enemies at once in epic battles that rely on collaboration with friendly forces as much as one's own competence and courage.
"Most of our developers grew up playing arcade and console games, so our goal with Princess Fury was to provide a console quality gaming experience, suited to the mobile player," said Qin Yi, general manager at Mo-Star. "We spent lots of time making the controls sharp, the battles fun and exciting, and fine-tuning the sound and graphics effects; and now we have created a game that we enjoy playing, and we hope fans will enjoy it too."
Thrilling features in Princess Fury include:
- <*>20 challenging stages including Ancient Forest, Despair Desert, Lava Land and Castle Fortress*> <*>5 mission types: elimination, defense, capture the crystals, escort and boss battles. Players can repeat favorite stages to gain experience and strengthen the Princess’ skills*> <*>Beautifully detailed artwork combined with easy-to-use game controls on iPhone*> <*>Intense battles with over 100 characters on the same screen; defeat hordes of enemies with simple but deadly controls*> <*>Multiple servants and soldiers to strengthen Princess Fury’s battle forces. Each type of servant and soldier possesses unique skills and abilities*> <*>Real-time help in six languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Japanese and Chinese*>
Founded in 2005, Mo-Star is a Chinese company headquartered in Beijing city, engaged in mobile game development and publishing. In the past five years, Mo-Star has developed almost 200 games, with over 10 of them were featured in the China Mobile’s hot ranking.
Mo-Star is wholly owned by UltiZen Games, who is China’s largest all-platform game art outsourcing partner and PC game developer for many of the most respected games companies around the world.
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