One recreation that crossed the ol’ TouchArcade information desk that caught my consideration is one referred to as Exospecies from developer Inductor Software. It’s a turn-based technique recreation with an emphasis on on-line multiplayer in addition to quite a few unit sorts that will be mixed to create varied outcomes much like combining playing cards in a CCG, and Inductor even describes Exospecies as “Chess meets Magic: The Gathering.” They are additionally hoping to create a recreation that’s extremely conducive to cellular play. It’s at present iPhone-only and performs in portrait orientation, and so they have a characteristic they’re calling “Simul-turn” which let’s each gamers take their turns on the similar time, so it permits for a faster tempo whereas nonetheless being turn-based. There can even be an in depth degree editor so you may create your personal ranges to play on. All of this is on show within the trailer for Exospecies.
As you may see, Exospecies has an artwork type that jogs my memory a variety of “sci-fi pc recreation from the ’90s” and I really imply that as a praise. It’s not fairly as polished because the sorts of multiplayer-centric “technique” video games the massive firms put out, however that additionally means it isn’t that similar generic free to play recreation artwork type that appears to be all over the place, which is fairly refreshing. This recreation has a rad persona. If Exospecies appears like your cup of tea, it is at present in open beta, so all it’s a must to do is go to the official web site to fill out your particulars and join beta entry. With its emphasis on cellular accessibility and on-line play, and sheer selection as a result of many unit sorts, means combining, and degree creation, I believe Exospecies has some actual potential to be successful.