Thursday, 26 February 2015

"A Druid's Duel" released for PC, Mac, Linux

Feb 25, 2015 – Surprise Attack Games and ThoughtShelter Games are pleased announce A Druid's Duel  is now available on Steam at for Win, Mac and Linux.

To understand A Druid's Duel, take a board game like Chess, where each piece has a set of rules that govern it. Then, add in the ability to capture, create, and destroy tiles on the board. Finally, use the captured land to generate resources to buy new pieces. Perhaps Tom Chick, professional strategy game reviewer and the big boss over at Quarter to Three summed it up best, "A wonderfully plucky exercise in territory control, chess-like simplicity, mana management, landscaping, and rampaging bears."
Welcome to the Realm of Six Seasons, where the predictable cycle of nature's seasons has turned constantly since time began. But now, something is wrong. Something (or someone) is tampering with the precious Seasons, making a complete mess of the Realm. The Druids of the Esoteric Orders have long fostered this fertile landscape and tended to this delicate mystical balance. And it is up to Warren, a young druid fresh from his Esoteric Training, to discover what is causing this disastrous mixing of Seasons.
A Druid’s Duel is available on Windows, Mac, and Linux via Steam and their own website and other digital stores.  Find out more at or
Surprise Attack Games is an independent games label focused on partnering with independent game developers to provide marketing, distribution, and strategic assistance in taking their games to global audiences on any and all game platforms. For games that operate as a service, the label also provides monetisation strategy, design guidance and operational analytics.
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Thoughtshelter Games is dedicated to making thoughtful games for casual players. We know big things can come from small places and we wholeheartedly believe in the ability for the little guy to not only persevere, but to excel. As one of these little guys, we desire to create amazing things that are deeply engaging yet remain accessible and elegant.
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