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Submitted by TheXploder 592d ago | news

Sink Your Devices with Leviathan: Warships’ Tablet Release

Paradox Interactive today announced that Leviathan: Warships, a strategic turn-based cross-platform game developed by Pieces Interactive, is available for the Apple iPad and for Android tablets via the Apple App Store and the Google Play store, respectively. Each version can be purchased for $4.99, and both versions support cross-platform play with each other, as well as with the PC and Mac versions. In a bold new step for cloud-based navies, games can be started from any computer or device, saved to the cloud, and resumed from any other device that has a copy of Leviathan: Warships. (Android, iPad, Leviathan Warships, Paradox Interactive, PC)

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joeorc  +   592d ago
omg those trailers
LMAO , this game is a real hoot. i would love to see this go to the consoles. the WiiU's tablet controller would be perfect for this game.

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