Written by Jaymes Carter

Crescent Moon Games and game developer Mgaia, has released Tiny Empire. It’s a projectile based game filled with pixels and cannon blasts. If you are a fan of games like Angry Birds, then Tiny Empire has a vast and rich world for you to explore, as you make an effort to help the King defeat his foes.

Projectile-based games continue to be popular among quite a large segment of mobile gamers. You can look at the incredible amount of downloads that Angry Birds 2 has received upon its release. Recently, Mgaia, with the publishing strength of Crescent Moon Games, has taken Tiny Empire to the forefront. It is a cannon blasting game that’s full of character, great art, skill-based game play and exquisite music.

“Launch cannonballs and blow tiny orcs into thousands of pieces in this intuitive fantasy-themed puzzle shooter! Embark on an epic medieval journey which will take you in the grasslands from the empire towards the forgotten desert ruins, facing ever stronger enemies underneath the leadership of your beloved king.” – Crescent Moon Games/Mgaia

After playing several rounds, there is quite a bit to enjoy with Tiny Empire. Don’t let the pixels fool you. Tiny Empire has great animations and refined details in the pixels, which reminds me from the great work which has made game developer Nitrome popular. The aim of the sport would be to pay off the board of all the orcs along with other beasts for that king. What makes the game tougher, is having the king’s army around the battlefield. When you are attempting to get rid of the enemy, you have to avoid hitting the king’s men. If you clear out all the monsters successfully, you’ll be rewarded with three stars. In addition, you will be awarded diamonds whenever you perform certain tasks, like killing all of the orcs with one cannonball. Another intriguing twist with the game would be that the cannon is situated in different places on several levels. This can help with keeping the game’s levels fresh. So don’t worry about being stuck around the left side of the screen, always planning to the right.

Diamonds are the currency hanging around. They allow you to upgrade the type of cannons you utilize, kinds of cannonballs, in addition to provide new helms and shields, to assist protect the king’s army from the blasts of the cannon.

The game is integrated with Google Action Services and it has seventeen achievements to unlock. There are over 80 levels hanging around. Inside a move to attempt to please all gamers, Crescent Moon Games is offering two different versions of the game. One is liberated to download and it has ads and in-app purchases. They are also offering Tiny Empire: Epic Edition, the premium version of the game with absolutely no advertisements or in-app purchases for $2.99 This way, if you don’t mind free-to-play games you are able to download the first version. If you do not like ads or in-app purchases, then the Epic Edition is exactly what you are looking for. Either way, there is lots of fun to see in Tiny Empire.

Tiny Empire (Playboard) | Tiny Empire (Play Store)
Tiny Empire – Epic Edition (Playboard) | Tiny Empire – Epic Edition (Play Store)