Jet Set Games has announced that its inaugural title, Highborn, has been updated with new features and missions. Chapter 2 is now available as an in-game purchase. Chapter 2 brings "eight new missions, multiple new features, and plenty of off-the-wall stories and dialogue."
Highborn Chapter 2 adds several new enemies and allies (including some who decided they looked better in blue than red), and multiple new structures, such as factories and teleporters. Also in Chapter 2, players will finally learn the answers to several intriguing, unanswered questions from Chapter 1 like:
-How wild was the afterparty?
-Where does Enzo’s alliance really lie?
-Where did Floyd the Arch-Lich disappear to?
-Is it actually possible to train a dragon?
Highborn's update is 99¢ for iPhone/iPod Touch and $1.99 for iPad.
Jet Set Games has announced the release of Highborn Lite for iPhone and iPod Touch as well as Highborn HD Lite for iPad. Highborn is a terrific real-time strategy game with a snarky, funny story to go with it!
In Highborn, players are treated to two strategy games that combine to offer an intelligent, tactical experience without the frenetic play of a traditional RTS. Players move forces around an overhead map to secure spells and combat support, then dive into 3D combat to deploy those advantages against an unsuspecting enemy. All the fun and fighting is set against an irreverent tale, filled with wacky heroes, witty dialogue and wild assumptions.
Highborn is available for the iPhone and iPod Touch for $.99, and Highborn HD is available for the iPad for $2.99. Jet Set Games is currently working on Highborn Chapter 2 for both the iPhone and iPad, and plans to release the new content via an in-app purchase this fall.
Realtime strategy fans will be happy to hear that Highborn has been released for iPad. Highborn had previously been released for iPhone and iPod Touch and the RTS with a comic twist has garnered very positive reviews for developer Jet Set Games. Once you check out the launch trailer, you'll want to scoot over to iTunes to pick up either Highborn for iPhone/iPod Touch (99¢) or Highborn HD for iPad ($2.99).
JetSet Games, has updated their flagship title, Highborn, for iOS 4 and is working on a hi-def version for iPad. Highborn is a real-time strategy game with a high fantasy (yet snarky!) theme.
In addition to the upgrade for iPad, JetSet has put Highborn on sale for only 99¢ throughout the 4th of July weekend.
Go get it, folks. I'm no RTS fan but I LOVED Highborn!
Highborn, a turn-based strategy game natively developed for iPhone and iPod Touch, has a new trailer and an update as well.
Highborn is casual, turn-based strategy game with a twist, developed by a team of industry veterans, many of who created the original Command & Conquer products, including Rade Stojsavljevic, Adam Isgreen, Joseph B. Hewitt, IV, and Westwood Studios Co-Founder Brett W. Sperry. In Highborn, players are treated to two strategy games that combine to offer an intelligent, tactical experience without the frenetic play of a traditional RTS. Players move forces around an overhead map to secure spells and combat support, then dive into 3D combat to deploy those advantages against an unsuspecting enemy. All the fun and fighting is set against an irreverent tale, filled with wacky heroes, witty dialogue and wild assumptions.