|Genre: Strategy||Status: Open Beta|
|Time Unit:Realtime||Theme: Warfare|
|Graphics: 2D||Period: Fantasy|
|Fee: Free||Developer:Mutant Box Interactive Limited|
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Liberators is a simultaneous turn-based strategy game set in WWII featuring real-time MMO battles, historically accurate units, and complex resource management. Using historical references, countless hours of work have gone into portraying actual war generals, along with the weaponry they used, while still giving players the freedom to wage war the way they wish. Soft-launched in early 2016, it currently serves as Mutantbox indie game developer’s flagship game.
The game begins with the storming of Omaha beach during the Invasion of Normandy in 1944, following a fictional Allied army progressing from the D-Day landings until the fall of Berlin. From there, the player goes on to liberate Nazi-occupied cities in France, Italy, Germany, Hungary, and Poland. At later levels, the player can also follow the North African Campaign and liberate Italy, Libya, Egypt, Algeria, Tunisia and Morocco.
Each player is primarily responsible for recruiting and upgrading Commanders, all of whom are based on real-life characters from WWII. Commanders’ skills are improved through additional experience, items, and medals. Each player owns a base in which they can train for battle, produce resources and trade these with other players.
Additionally, they can form alliances with other players and capture cities together, pooling resources and sharing loot.
Liberators has a unique gameplay that combines elements of traditional MMO games with hero collecting RPG. The perfect storm of character development through leveling combined with item acquisition and turn-based tactical combat.
Liberators is the first game produced by MutantBox, an international indie development team. It is playable directly from Facebook and is currently available in English, with upcoming versions in French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, and Polish.
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