New Game of Thrones game coming to Android and iOS in October

Reigns Game of Thrones

Reigns Game of Thrones

With all the games available, fans should have plenty to occupy themselves between know and when the final season of the show drops during the first half of 2019. The App Store and Google Play are rife with the titans of entertainment turning a trick on smartphones for the seedy but lucrative microtransaction crowd. That's certainly true of Game of Thrones. To get a sneak peek at the game, which will be released in October, Nerial has created a trailer, which is embedded below. Expect the same gameplay here, but with some George R.R. Martin flair. Instead of just controlling a single king or queen, players will help guide up to nine characters from the hit HBO series through everyday life as the ruler of the Iron Throne. In this spinoff of the original Reigns, players can rule Westeros as popular characters like Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, and Cersei Lannister as they swipe left or right to make decisions that will determine their fate as the king or queen of the Seven Kingdoms.

Reigns: Game of Thrones, which is coming to Android/iOS and PC this October, follows the old choose your own adventure model.

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Reigns: Games of Thrones explores possible futures for the characters from the HBO series.

In fact, as described by Engadget in their hands-on preview, Reigns: Game of Thrones is something of a "what if" exercise for fans of the TV show. No Android or PC price has been announced at the time of this story. That's what Devolver Digital and Nerial aim to find out (kind of) with a new spin on their medieval strategy game Reigns. Reigns, and Reigns: Her Majesty are among my favorite iOS games. It's smartly written and far more engaging than most any free-to-play game. I mean, who wouldn't want to play Reigns: Veep or The Young Pope Tycoon.

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