Legends of Callasia: The Stoneborne (DLC) launches on PC, Mac, iPad

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October 21, 2016

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After the successful July Kickstarter campaign, the first expansion for Legends of Callasia is now available for the cross-platform multiplayer game.

Legends of Callasia: The Stoneborne is centered on a new playable faction, the Dwarves. It includes a new 10-level campaign, 11 playable Stoneborne heroes, 20 new maps, underground seasons, over 20 new cards, new emblems, new achievements, and a new enemy faction, the Cavespawn. The Stoneborne is available as a DLC on Steam, and as an in-app purchase on the App Store.

Legends of Callasia, is a fantasy-themed turn-based strategy game inspired by Civilization, Heroes of Might & Magic, and Risk where you lead heroes from your chosen faction across tabletop-style maps and occupy enemy lands. It has an original simultaneous gameplay mechanic where players can plan and resolve their turns all at the same time. The full game is $14.99 USD, while the expansion is $7.99 USD, but a demo with default heroes, starter campaigns, and unlimited multiplayer playtime is also available for free.

Website: http://legends.boomzap.com/about
Steam Store (Main Game): http://store.steampowered.com//app/438920
Steam Store (DLC): http://store.steampowered.com//app/543090
App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/app/id1055987925

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