‘Battle Worlds: Kronos’ Bringing Back The Strategy

Battle Worlds Kronos

It seems that King Art Games have a rather interesting philosophy when it comes to designing games, after their last game The Book Of Unwritten Tales rapidly became a success, even though it was in a genre apparently unpopular at the time.

This has given the studio a rather fantastic perspective of the market and now they believe it does not matter what is currently popular because good games will always be good games, and this is their hope for Battle Worlds Kronos.

Battle Worlds Kronos is a turned based strategy game that aims to bring back in long term planning, tactics to create a truly strategic game. Taking influence from Battle Isle and Advance Wars Battle Worlds Kronos hopes to bring back a lot of the difficult decision making and update it with modern day technology to create something altogether awesome.

The game will include a complete single player campaign that will span approximately 30 hours creating quite a substantial game just in the single player side of things. On top of this expect challenge maps, live multiplayer and even the option to play asynchronously with others.

This is such a great option that should be in ALL Turn based strategy games, due to the length of time they can take to complete it makes for a much more manageable multiplayer experience.

The guys over at King Art Games seem to have many great ideas on how to make a new turn based strategy game and even though Battle Worlds Kronos is still in the very early stages of its development it seems a promising project. King Art Games are currently running a Kickstarter for Battle Worlds Kronos and if you would like to find out more about this project besure to check out the Kickstarter page and read a little more information on it. If this project sounds like something you would like  to play be sure to support them.

Raised on C&C, Theme Hospital, and Dungeon Keeper it was inevitable I would become a strategy nerd... and Sci-Fi (I love Sci-Fi). Board gaming is my second love (after video games of course). Find me on Twitter @alexwilkinson