Skulls of the Shogun is as Bone-A-Fide Edition finally since 29 July available for 13.99 euros on Steam for Windows 7, Vista and XP. Why this fact is a reason to celebrate, and what other benefits offers the witty and complex round tactical game around dead samurai, you betray our test video.
The highly acclaimed Round tactical game Skulls of the Shogun from the developer Studio 17-bit is finally available for Windows XP, 7 and Vista as Bone-A-Fide Edition now and may of you since 29 July be downloaded at a price of 13.99 euros on Steam. Our colleague Peter Bathge rod and Sebastian have played the strategy game sample and explain to you in addition to the gameplay of the partially circular complex tactical game also why the purchase of the title is definitely worth it. The video you can watch as usual under this message.
The indie game Skulls of Shogun: Bone-A-Fide Edition offers you a lot of weird humor addition to tactical gameplay depth. For example, are your units together to get these various bonuses. Each round you also stand to five commands you want to be strategically distributed to your troops. The Bone-A-Fide-Edition includes over Windows 8 and Xbox Live version, an additional single-player episode, which consists of four chapters. In addition, you will receive six new and thus a total of 36 different multiplayer level.