Siegecraft Commander Besieges Nintendo Switch Today
Lead an army onto the battlefield and construct a network of offensive and defensive structures to protect troops, strengthen positions, and topple enemy defenses. Deploy buildings by catapulting them across the warzone and thereby expanding a web of interconnected towers, each linked back to the spire that launched it, and, ultimately, the central base.
Winning a battle in Siegecraft Commander requires tactics, knowledge of the land, and careful aiming. If a tower is destroyed, anything that structure created will crumble as well.
Well-placed shots can cause domino-like effects where large swathes of fortifications fall. Catapults can launch new structures, explosives, and even cows to disrupt the enemy. Deploy and command troops while utilizing smart positioning to buff towers’ abilities.
Siegecraft Commander includes two single-player campaigns, starring a defensive-minded treasure-seeking band of knights as well as the offense-focused Lizardmen, both presented in storybook fashion.
Online multiplayer and local spit-screen matches are also available and support up to four players with options for both turn-based and action-packed real-time battles. Siegecraft Commander also features cross-platform play with the previously-released Xbox One, and PC / Mac (Steam, Steam VR, and Win10) versions of the game.
“Siegecraft Commander puts a new spin on the strategy genre and allows players to enjoy the experience however they like,” said Ben Lee, CEO, Blowfish Studios. “And now via the Nintendo Switch™ version, we’re excited to provide the option to take the game on the go, as well.”
Siegecraft Commander is available for $19.99 / £17.99 / €19.99 via the Nintendo Switch™ eShop. The game is also available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows PC, Mac, and HTC Vive. It supports English subtitles and voice overs.