Today is a very good day for those who are fans Boomzap Entertainment (the makers of the turn-based fantasy strategy game “Legends of Callasia”) and their games. Why? Because Boomzap just informed me (Robin Ek, TGG) that they are working on a brand-new strategy game called “Last Regiment“:
“We are happy to announce the title and reveal the logo of our newest project: Last Regiment! Last Regiment is a fantasy-themed strategy game which takes the best parts of Legends of Callasia and makes a bunch of neat changes for a faster, deeper, and more strategic game. We are opening its development progress and livestreaming it on Twitch! The weekly dev stream by our Creative Director Chris Natsuume starts on April 19 10PM EST at twitch.tv/ninesquirrels.” – Boomzap Entertainment
Furthermore, Boomzap aims to stream “Last Regiment” via Twitch on Wednesday (Boomzap’s Creative Director Chris Natsuume will handle that one). In other words, if you’re into Boomzap’s past games, and fantasy-themed strategy games in general. Then don’t miss out on the “Last Regiment” stream!
About Last Regiment:
Last Regiment is an upcoming fantasy-themed strategy game with single-player campaigns and simultaneous turn-based multiplayer. Currently being developed by Boomzap Entertainment, it takes the best parts of the studio’s previous title, Legends of Callasia, makes a bunch of neat changes for a faster, deeper, and more strategic game, and allows player to design their own levels through its built-in map editor.
The game is still in its alpha stage, but Boomzap has opened its development progress to its community on Discord and Twitch, as well as through weekly blog updates.
Boomzap is a game development studio with developers working virtually from all over the world – predominantly Southeast Asia. Our founders Chris Natsuume and Allan Simonsen have more than 35 years of combined experience in the gaming industry. Since founding Boomzap in 2005, we have released a variety of games for several platforms including PC, Mac, Wii, iOS, and Android.
Robin “V-Act” Ek
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