Like a bat out of hell, Spicy Horse unveils Hell Invaders

by: Nathaniel -
On pain of Meatloaf's I Would Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That) - don't ask - I need to inform you of a new collectible card game/RTS hybrid being developed for PC, Mac, Linux, and tablets.  It's called Hell Invaders and it's being developed by Spicy Horse, and no, spicy horse is NOT what passes for the chicken tikka you buy from that Anglo-Indian food truck that also sells hash brownies and tax-free cigarettes.

Hell Invaders is set for release this Fall and you can expect more news, including the game's final title (because, apparently Hell Invaders is just the working title) and publisher in the coming months.  To learn more, follow the jump.

Spicy Horse Games Reveals Hell Invaders

Fight like hell to control the Underworld this Fall on PC, Mac, Linux, and Tablets

April 25, 2012. Shanghai. Spicy Horse Games, developer of games including Akaneiro: Demon Hunters, BigHead BASH, and Crazy Fairies, revealed its next project is a collectible card game/RTS set in the Underworld with the working title Hell Invaders.

Hell Invaders features actual card battles--rather than two cards "fighting" on a table, the creatures within the cards actually have 3D representations that fight it out--as well as cards that sport upgrades and swappable skills, so even cards for the same creature can be completely different.

Players can battle it out in a single player campaign or take up cards and fight in PVP arenas. For more peacefully inclined souls, trading, card management and other social features provide ways to enjoy eternal damnation.

Hell Invaders is currently scheduled for a Fall release and will be playable on PC, Mac, Linux, and tablets.

Spicy Horse will reveal more on Hell Invaders, including the final title and publisher, in the upcoming months.

Pertinent Details

Title: Hell Invaders

Developer: Spicy Horse Games

Publisher: TBA

Genre: CCG/RTS

Platform: PC, Mac, Linux, tablets

Price: TBA

Release Date: Fall
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