“Gather your allies and strategize your squad!”
The strategic roleplaying game, Luna Chronicles Prelude is now available globally for iOS and Android devices ( and when the say globally they mean everywhere except Korea, Japan, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau). The game was developed by Eyedentity Mobile, who also created the mobile titles Exos Saga, and Retimo Adventure.
“In Luna Chronicles Prelude, sheer strategic skill and not blind luck are required to overcome the odds! Before battles even begin, players must use the grid system to craft a variety of squad formations in order to counter different enemy threats. When the action begins, they can take direct control of their allies’ skill use, allowing them to make tactical decisions on when to hold back on the most powerful skills and when to unleash them. Additionally, players can put their own twist on things by using upgradeable Skill Books to give their allies new powers.”
The game appears to have a lot in common with similar mobile titles such as Seven Knights. The developer is offering some exclusive rewards to go along with the global release. For starters, players can go to the game’s official site, where they can signup a to receive a character called Lilcy, a 4-Star ally who “commands the powers of her Spirit Wolf”. They will also receive 10 Entry Keys, 50,000 Gold, and 2 Ally Evolvers to upgrade their allies’ star levels.in Addition, Prelude participants will be rewarded with Brave Hunter, a 4-Star variant of Luna Chronicles’ central hero, along with a treasure trove of 100 Entry Keys and 10 Ally Evolvers (credited during the official launch). Finally, players will be joined by Bessy, a “chakram-wielding dancer-turned-martial artist” a character that uses her abilities to deal maximum damage to a large number of foes.
The Prelude phase, as Eyedentity Mobile and Cherry Credits are calling it, will monitor player feedback and implement improvements to the subsequent Luna Chronicles official launch. Thankfully, player progression in Prelude will carry over to the Luna Chronicles official launch, as long as players create their accounts in Prelude via Facebook, Google Play or Eyedentity.
Those interested in checking the game out can go to the Google Play Store, or the Apple App Store and download it now. If you do be sure to let us know what you think of the game in the comments. For other exciting news on your favorite mobile games, be sure to keep an eye on The Nerd Stash.
Brian Cowan loves playing video games, football, Magic, and pretty much anything else that he can use as an excuse to waste time. When he is not doing the above or working, he is usually writing or reading.