Interactive Story and Turn-Based Strategy Experience ‘Six Ages 2: Lights Going Out’ Releases This Year for iOS and PC

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Interactive Story and Turn-Based Strategy Experience ‘Six Ages 2: Lights Going Out’ Releases This Year for iOS and PC

The spiritiual successor to King of the Dragon Pass, Six Ages: Ride Like the Wind ($9.99) was a fantastic experience when it hit iOS. Read Shaun’s glowing review of it here. We even featured it as our Game of the Week when it launched. Developer A Sharp is back with Six Ages 2: Lights Going Out. Six Ages 2: Lights Going Out is coming to iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and Windows this summer bringing a blend of interactive storytelling and turn-based strategy featuring more than 505k words of text and the world of Glorantha. I’m certain Shaun will review this one when it hits iOS in summer. Watch the Six Ages 2: Lights Going Out announcement trailer below:

The official announcement confirms that Six Ages 2: Lights Going Out will have cloud saves only on Steam, but it will support achievements on both iOS and Steam. Six Ages 2: Lights Going Out and Six Ages: Ride Like the Wind can be played in any order. Six Ages 2: Lights Going Out development began back in September 2018 which is a few months after the first game released. The screenshots and gameplay have a ton of gorgeous artwork. I can’t wait to see how Six Ages 2: Lights Going Out on an actual modern iPad display. Ahead of Six Ages 2: Lights Going Out releasing this summer for iOS, iPadOS, macOS, and Windows, you can grab the original here on iOS. It is a fully premium game with no in-app purchases.

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