Tactical Monsters Rumble Arena Expands Beyond PC and Android with Upcoming iOS Release
Ring In The New Year With a Bang and a Crash and Even Some Monster Cash
January 9, 2018 – Camex Games, developers of the immensely popular tactics game, Heroes Tactics, today announced that their recently released PC/Android Hex Grid RPG Tactical Monsters Rumble Arena is coming to iOS on January 25. With more than one million players having already downloaded Tactical Monsters Rumble Arena from Steam Early Access (PC) and the Google Play Store, the addition of the iOS version will open the game for even more players who are ready to smash, bash and clash with one another in tactical monster combat!
Battle not only for bragging rights, but for gold, medals and unlockable cards which grant rare items and additional characters. The game features a roster of characters originally met by players in the top-selling Monster Castle game, all of which are designed to be humorous and deadly.
Players can pre-order Tactical Monsters Rumble Arena from the iTunes Storeright now and Camex Games will reward them with a special Promo Pack of 500 Gems to help them become a tactical PvP master as they maneuver ogres, wizards, archers, demons, barbarians, and more into fighting positions and volley arrows, unleash powerful magic or smash and slash in furious melee action.
Tactical Monsters Rumble Arena is now available on Steam and in the Google Play store, and is free to play. You can also follow us on Twitter, like us on Facebook or joining our 13000+ members discussion on Discord.
All players need to do to get their 500 Gem Promo Pack is to follow Camex on Discord, and post their in game Player ID.
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About Camex Games
Camex Games’ is a indie studio with a core focus on making the best tactical RPG’s on the market across multiple platforms. Camex Games’ previous game, Heroes Tactics, was a standout title, and was globally featured on Google Play, Apple’s App Store, Kongregate, Facebook Gameroom and Facebook Web Games, and more. Heroes Tactics was also featured on Google I/O 2016 as a case study.