Just 60 Minutes to Save the World as Chainsaw Warrior: Lords of the Night Launches to Mobile and Tablet
Chainsaw Warrior: Lords of the Night, the sequel to the cult Games Workshop classic Chainsaw Warrior, gets its metal teeth into mobile and tablets today. Last time he saved New York, now he must save the whole world! This new incarnation finds the eponymous hero once more called on to complete a desperate mission against all odds. He must fight through the jungle, face hordes of Aztec Zombies, dodge deadly traps and finally hunt down the extra-dimensional horror known only as Darkness. To ramp up the challenge; there is just 60 minutes to complete this deadly mission. As Tomas Rawlings, Design & Production Director at Auroch Digital, remarked, “Chainsaw Warrior earned its cult status for its healthy dose of chainsaws, zombies and death – generally the player’s death. Fans told us they loved that about the game, how often you die. We’ve listened and given them more mortality-based opportunities. The game was a great challenge back in 1987 and now with Lords of the Night we’ve build an experience where it is fun to die again and again – and the payoff when you finally win is such a great feeling of success!”
Chainsaw Warrior: Lords of the Night features three new decks packed with exciting traps and enemies, new weapons and equipment and new gameplay to challenge players at every turn. The game is packed with challenges and difficult decisions plus new mechanics such as the hard-won blessings to help you reach Darkness – or die trying! Equip yourself with new firearms, new chainsaws and the trusty the laser-lance as you once more fight through the hordes to Darkness and on to victory. The game has three challenging difficulty settings, including classic for those who want the truly gruelling experience of the original board game.
The game is out now on for iPhone and iPad at the App Store and on GooglePlay for Android at $5.99/€5.99/£4.49. For more information, visit the Chainsaw Warrior website at ChainsawWarrior.net. Stay in the loop with Chainsaw Warrior by following Auroch Digital on Facebook and Twitter.