Tokyo, Japan (PRWEB) July 15, 2016
Packed with adorable critter designs by industry veteran Akihiko Yoshida (Final Fantasy series, Bravely Default) and sporting a whimsical musical score by seasoned composer Hitoshi Sakimoto (Final Fantasy Tactics, Final Fantasy XII, Odin Sphere), Battle Champs has already charmed its way into the hearts of over 2 million Japanese players.
Battle Champs is a new kind of real-time strategy game in which players customize their airships with the help of upbeat alchemist Nia Liddell. Aside from offering defensive and resource-gathering capabilities, the ships are used to house champs. These loyal critters can be trained, organized into battle-ready units, and even transformed into more impressive forms.
In addition to an extensive single-player story mode, the app offers a plethora of online modes, including both single and group-based player versus player modes as well as cooperative modes in which players join forces to assail fearsome enemy airships or topple massive giants ranging from armored monstrosities to legendary dragons.
Battle Champs is currently available in English, Chinese (both traditional and simplified), Spanish, French, and German, and the app can be downloaded in more than 150 countries.
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About BlazeGames, Inc.
BlazeGames, Inc. is the distinguished developer of the popular Japanese mobile game Little Noah (Battle Champs). Looking to blaze a trail in the world of mobile gaming, BlazeGames has united experienced staff members with the newest technologies to transform this rapidly developing industry.