Noble Armada: Lost Worlds Launches Kickstarter Campaign

Holistic Design Inc. returns to PC development with Noble Armada: Lost Worlds

Atlanta-based developer Holistic Design Inc. announced on February 26 their return to PC development by unveiling the Kickstarter campaign for Noble Armada: Lost Worlds, a real-time strategy game set in the Fading Suns universe. 

The space-centric strategy title is strongly influenced by the Noble Armada tabletop miniatures game, also developed by HDI. Noble Armada: Lost World's mechanics will blend classic gameplay elements found in the popular board game with modern strategy principles to create what the developers hope will make a unique PC experience. 

Built with ClickTeam’s innovative Fusion game engine, Noble Armada takes our space combat game and turns it into a fast-paced strategy game. It utilizes the miniature game mechanics while taking advantage of its new digital home.

-- Andrew Greenberg, HDI Vice President

Noble Armada: Lost Worlds puts players in the boots of nobles vying for supremacy in a world rife with space pirates, renegades, and heathen savages. Much like its tabletop progenitor, Lost Worlds will also require players strategically maneuver ships from planet to planet, engaging in skirmishes and battles with other NPCs in a war-torn universe. 

Centering on "broadsides and boarding actions," Noble Armada: Lost Worlds will also include campaigns centering around the game's five royal houses, as well as other modes in which players will be able to craft their own battles.  According to the Noble Armada Kickstarter FAQ, the game is already under development at HDI, with funds from the Kickstarter campaign going toward the development of additional game resources, such as a Noble Armada mission editor. 

If you're interested in learning more about Noble Armada: Lost Worlds or contributing to its development, visit the Noble Armada Kickstarter to find out more. 

Stay tuned to GameSkinny for more news and information on Noble Armada: Lost Worlds as it develops.  

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Published Feb. 28th 2018

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