Triolith Entertainment announces Chapter Two of MEGATROID, coming September 12th

Skövde, Sweden – September 5, 2012 – Swedish mobile developer Triolith Entertainment released their third game MEGATROID at August 1. Now, roughly a month later, they are announcing the second chapter of its sci-fi space adventure for iOS and Android.

Apart from more than doubling the estimated game time by adding 10 more character levels and 3 new bosses, Triolith Entertainment has worked hard to increase the visual and mechanical variety of the game as well as adding requested improvements. The official feature list is as follows:

  • 10 more character levels (level cap 20)
  • 3 new bosses
  • Customizable controls
  • 3 new environments
  • 3 new enemy types
  • 6 new music tracks
  • Various New weapons and armor
  • Improved variety during stages
  • Improved performance
Game Director Malte Johansson states: "The game keeps receiving good reviews and great comments by users. If they don't love the game, they're very quick to tell what they feel is missing from the experience. With that feedback in mind, we've taken every opportunity we've had during this past month to include those missing features (while also working on furthering the story revolving Hali's struggle against the Machine Empire). The new bosses are a spectacular improvement from those in Chapter 1 and we can't wait to hear what players think of them!


About Triolith Entertainment: Triolith Entertainment is a young Swedish mobile games developer founded by ex-students of the computer games development programs at the University of Skövde. The company has previously released Wisp: Eira's Tale on both iOS and Android where it earned astounding praise for its setting and style.

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