Raw Fury's sadly delayed their kingdom builder, Kingdom: New Lands until later in the winter season. While the game was set to release next week, the developers decided to push the game back for unknown reasons. In fact, the team stated in a blog post that they can't reveal the reason for the delay. They simply cite that it was a decision the developers came to after talking to the game's creator.
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Kingdom: New Lands originally launched on PC. It's a beautiful side-scrolling kingdom sim, in which players take up the mantle of a king or queen. You travel on horseback across the land, gathering subjects, building up your domain, and protecting it from invaders. The game's art is what truly makes it special -- the game features gorgeous pixelart sprites and backgrounds, using lighting and water features to great effect. It looks like something out of a 16-bit story book.
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