BEIJING, China - July 9, 2010
Inventive developers Mo-Star today announced an update to their best-selling and critically acclaimed fantasy battle game for iPhone, Princess Fury, as well as the availability of a free version of the game for the App Store.
Princess Fury combines classic arcade action style and a creative, real-time strategic battle system. The game’s updates include three new bonus levels, adjustments to attacks, difficulty and special effects, and introduces a new servant, “The Bishop,” who can grant extra hit points to the Princess and other servants.
Princess Fury Lite is a free version of the popular game that gives players a taste of the action they can experience in the full game, and includes three levels and two special skills for the Princess.
“Based on feedback from our fans, we have implemented some major updates to both gameplay and graphics,” said Qin Yi, general manager of Mo-Star. “We hope these changes will enable fans to develop all-new tactics to aid the Princess in defeating her enemies.”
Lauded by Touch Arcade as “a unique twist on the typical brawler gameplay” and GameZone as “one of the best action titles to hit the iPhone,” Princess Fury is available for download on the App Store for $1.99; Princess Fury Lite is also available on the App Store for free.
Founded in 2005, Mo-Star is a Chinese company headquartered in Beijing city, engaged in mobile game development and publishing. In the past five years, Mo-Star has developed almost 200 games, with over 10 of them were featured in the China Mobile’s hot ranking.
Mo-Star is wholly owned by UltiZen Games, who is China’s largest all-platform game art outsourcing partner and PC game developer for many of the most respected games companies around the world.
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