TDE Moon of Vengeance

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Content rating
Everyone 10+
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About this game

Experience the second part of an epic adventure against blood-thirsty orcs in a turn-based strategy game in Europe’s largest fantasy role-playing universe - The Dark Eye.

Fight with warriors, bowmen, and even siege weapons against frightening creatures and challenge yourself in various attack and defense missions. Build your own fortresses and destroy those of your enemies.

Develop multiple attributes, skills, combat maneuvers and individual advantages of your heroes by yourself or let them be generated automatically.

Experience a sensational depth of gameplay, you have never seen before on your smartphone or tablet.

+ Comprehensive character development of heroes with different skills, combat maneuvers, magic spells and individual advantages

+ More than 50 different weapons and armor for heroes

+ Smooth wear and load capacity system

+ Varied units: warriors, bowmen, magicians, shamans, orcs, ogres, siege weapons, fortresses and numerous other creatures

+ Impressive turn-based strategy game with an enormous feature set offering layers of tactical depth

+ Epic campaign for countless gaming hours

+ Challenging missions for offensive and defensive strategies

+ Multiple savegames (manually and automatically)

+ Load your heroes from part 1 and transfer your heroes in to part 3

+ Four difficulty levels which can be changed at any time - also during missions

+ 6 languages which can be changed at any time: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese (Brazilian)
Updated on
Oct 28, 2019

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What's new

Adaptations to new Android versions