October 8th 2013, Kaliningrad, Russia – HeroCraft brings Lords of Discord, a turn-based strategy with RPG elements, to Kickstarter. The title is in full development for iOS and Android devices, as well as for Windows, Mac OS and Linux. Lords of Discord will be released as a premium title.

The story of the game unfolds in a fantasy world inhabited by goblins and orcs, elves and giant ogres, the undead and other species of fantasy fauna. Drawing inspiration from games like ‘Disciples’ and ‘Heroes of Might and Magic’, Lords of Discord is a title made by strategy gamers, for strategy gamers.

Alexander Andreev, Team Lead of HeroCraft: “The team working on this title are die-hard fans of the strategy genre, from Civ to Warcraft and everything in between. However, the game that influenced us most was the Disciples series, especially the sequel, and we tried to give its best features a new lease of life in our game.”

“It’s becoming increasingly more difficult to take risks, to create something truly grand these days, to cater for real gamers who also want something to play on their mobile device. We believe Kickstarter enables us not just to secure funding for the project, but show us that there is a market for this type of game on smartphones and tablets”, says Alexey Sazonov, Sales and Marketing Director of HeroCraft.

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About HeroCraft:
HeroCraft is an established developer and publisher of games for mobile platforms, social networks and personal computers. Today the HeroCraft portfolio comprises over 150 games from an array of genres. With its focus on strategy games HeroCraft successfully worked on licensed IP title Majesty Mobile and has recently announced the development of Warhammer® 40,000®: Space Wolf for smartphones, tablets and PC’s. Headquartered in Kaliningrad, Russia, HeroCraft was founded in 2002 and employs over 100 staff in offices across Europe

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