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Submitted by Gekko 919d ago | news

Swords & Soldiers 3D Coming To Nintendo 3DS

Side-scrolling strategy game, Swords & Soldiers, is headed to the Nintendo 3DS.

Originally developed and released for WiiWare by Ronimo Games, Swords & Soldiers is a game where three factions—the Aztecs, Vikings and Imperial Chinese—are at war. Players use gold to create units, which begin marching toward the enemy base once they’re created, casting spells along the way. Figuring out which units to build and send out is part of the game’s strategy.

Following its WiiWare release, Swords & Soldiers was later made available for other platforms like the PC, PlayStation 3 and iPhone. Now, it’s on its way to the 3DS as a download title on the Nintendo eShop, courtesy of Hong Kong-based developer, Circle Entertainment, who have undertaken the responsibility of bringing the game to 3DS. (3DS, Swords & Soldiers)

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