Dragons and Titans Let Wyrms Bite Your Facebook Off

Wed, May 1, 2013

Beta, Facebook, Frisky Misc, MMOG, PC, Social

I hope you enjoyed your last few weeks of not being on fire! As we warned you a while ago, TriplePoint client Wyrmbyte is bringing some high-quality dragons to your Facebook page in a Unity-powered MOBA title called Dragons and Titans. Today, that game is in open beta, meaning any of your friends can climb onto a dragon and start breathing fire, hurling boulders, and spitting poison at you. Your only recourse will be to murder them first, and unleash the titan they have been cruelly holding hostage, which you can accomplish by playing the game yourself today.

From the press release:

“In the final stretches of putting together a next-generation social game, we believe there’s no better way to achieve success than engaging directly with our players,” said Brown, founder and president of Wyrmbyte. “We’re eager for players to offer their unique input and touches to the game, so that we have Dragons and Titans near perfect for the game’s official launch later this year.”

Dragons and Titans is designed as a mid-to-hardcore MOBA game, where groups of five players battle against an enemy team of five opposing players. Gamers pick one of 17 unique dragons to control as well as their choice of 16 different weapons for each match, making each game a player-tailored experience since both dragons and weapons each contribute two unique skills for players. Over time, dragons and special weapons will also level-up as they are used more often, adding an important mastery element to the gameplay experience.

Anyway. Thanks for reading us while you were still un-devoured, everyone.

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