The game exemplifies our dedication to crafting stories that engage and excite gamers. We hope the American audience has as much fun playing this game and we did making it.
NEW YORK, NY (PRWEB) November 08, 2016
PortBliss Games, one of Bangladesh’s largest mobile game developers launched War on Terror: Fight as Trump or Hillary today in both the Apple iTunes and GooglePlay stores. It is the first title in an action series geared towards western audiences. The inaugural title in the War on Freedom series drops just days before the American presidential election, and chronicles a team of elite military operatives fighting alongside the colorful characters of the 2016 election, including Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. The story-line features both candidates with a sole mission: defeat a mysterious foreign attacker who has taken them both hostage. The game features both the robust story-mode, complete with Donald Trump brandishing a bazooka, and more casual endurance mode for both the hardcore and casual mobile gamer.
“We’re excited to have the opportunity to launch in the United States, and look forward to seeing the response from the world’s largest mobile gaming market,” said Masha Mustakim, the Founder and CEO of PortBliss Games. “The game exemplifies our dedication to crafting stories that engage and excite gamers. We hope the American audience has as much fun playing this game and we did making it.”
PortBliss Games launched its first mobile title Heroes of ‘71 in December 2015, which quickly became Bangladesh’s largest mobile gaming hit, seeing nearly 1 million downloads and spawned the visceral and cinematic sequel, Heroes of ‘71: Retaliation. The company garnered attention from a consortium of private tech angel investors in the U.S., and raised a round in July 2016. The company will build upon this first War on Freedom title by releasing new content and games in 2017 for both markets in the U.S. and Bangladesh.