Thursday, May 30, 2013
Conquer the New World in Expeditions: Conquistador
Eschborn, May 30, 2013: Beginning today, Expeditions: Conquistador, will lead hardy adventurers off to explore and conquer the New World in the name of the Spanish crown. Playing as a Spanish Conquistador, the player must lead their party through the untamed wilderness of the New World, making hefty decisions along the way. Regardless of diplomatic finesse or cunning on the battlefield, fame and riches await only those who choose their next move wisely.
The tactical role-playing game with a turn-based battle system is now available on Steam for PC, Mac, and Linux for just US Dollar 19.99 , Euro 19.99 , Pounds 17.99. To celebrate the successful release, you will get a 10% discount on Steam until June 6th, 2013.
Expeditions: Conquistador will likewise be available on GOG.com, Gamersgate, Greenman Gaming and Desura. The game project was financed through Kickstarter, and developed by the Danish development studio Logic Artists ApS. bitComposer Games will distribute Expeditions: Conquistador worldwide.
About Expeditions: Conquistador
It is the 16th century - an era of intrepid explorers and adventurers. In Expeditions: Conquistador, the player takes on the role of a famous-or infamous-conquistador, landing on the shores of the New World. On the search for gold, fame, and adventure, the player and a few companions venture into regions never before explored by Europeans.
In single or multiplayer mode, Expeditions: Conquistador offers the opportunity to conquer an unknown continent, or to fight on the side of the indigenous people as they defend their homeland from the invaders. This will require not only tactical skills in battle, but also diplomatic finesse. In Expeditions: Conquistador, the variety of tactical possibilities in turn-based battles, the numerous role-playing elements, and the wide scope for decision making all pose an exciting challenge.
Further information on Expeditions: Conquistador can be found at www.conquistadorthegame.com or at www.bitcomposer.com