Fight intense bite-sized turn-based battles on a hex-based grid
in the cutest alien invasion you've ever stopped!
2+1 Games llc is announcing today the launch of a Kickstarter campaign to fund the completion of P.A.W.S. (Prime Alien Watch Squad), a free-to-play, casual~strategy battle game.
The game has already been in development for over twelve months, and the company has invested over $100,000 in the project to date. What we aim to fund: support for additional platforms, infrastructure, extra worlds, extra units and an asynchronous PvsP mode.
Aliens have invaded the Earth's timestream. World monuments are disappearing mysteriously, in the wake of strange alien devices..
Thankfully, P.A.W.S is on it! The Primary Alien Watch Squad, is Earth's highly trained force, specialized to defend against alien invasions.
P.A.W.S. is a 2D cartoony casual/strategy battle game which hides serious strategic depth with battles taking place across a hex-tiled grid, against stunning hand-painted worlds. Hand-drawn cel-animation makes the battlefield look good!
Each of your units only has one stat in the game: your unit Strength Number (SN), which indicates:
1) How many tiles it can move.
2) How much damage it can do
3) How much damage it can take
Example. A unit with a SN of 4 means that it can:
1) Move and/or Attack up to 4 points (eg. Move 3 tiles and Attack with 1 point of damage)
2) Receive up to 4 points of damage
It's that simple.
Length of game play: 20” to 60” for each stage.
Replayability: each stage has more than 40.000 permutations.
Campaign mode with Special Missions and Boss Battles.
Special Abilities: Each of your unit is special in some way: Extra Strength unit / Healer unit / Long Range unit / Multiple Attack unit.
Special Weapons that can at any moment bring a change to the tides of battle. Bought using AstroCredits (the collectible in-game currency).
P.A.W.S. is running for 30 days on Kickstarter starting on the 8th of November 2013.
Check out the latest P.A.W.S. developments:
Official website: www.PAWSgame.com
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