Flat Earth Games have announced that their debut iPad title, TownCraft will be coming to iPhone and Mac this Autumn.
Lead Designer for TownCraft, Leigh Harris mentioned that “We are excited and delighted to bring the TownCraft experience to the iPhone and Mac players”.
“Players around the world have provided superb feedback, letting us know they genuinely appreciate the Zen-like approach to game design, huge amount of content we’ve been adding and the lack of in-app purchases. We believe players will love the expansive world and the depth of gameplay in our new version of TownCraft.”
TownCraft is a city-building game set in medieval times, where players craft basic tools and objects, working their way to creating a town that attracts travellers from across the land. Originally releasing in Australia in July 2013, TownCraft shot its way up to #2 on the paid game charts on the App Store.
The total of new content since the launch of TownCraft includes four new levels, 30 new resources, new building types and structures, 44 new quests, a completely re-worked interface, and much more. This content will be included in the iPhone and Mac versions.
TownCraft for iPad can be downloaded from the App Store, with the iPhone and Mac versions to release this Autumn. More information on TownCraft can be found on the official site and from Flat Earth Games.