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King Arthurs Gold 2D Cooperative War Game Hits Steam This Month

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KAG is a 2D cooperative war game played with up to 32 players. Play as Knight, Archer or Builder in a large medieval world with physics allowing the construction (and destruction!) of medieval fortresses. KAG blends the creative aspects of Minecraft, the medieval strategy of Age of Empires 2, with fast class-based team-driven gameplay of Team Fortress 2, sprinkled with the extreme fun from the team's previous game Soldat.

In an email that was sent out to players, they have stated they will hit Steam on the 13th of October! So that's good news for Steam fans.

It's also on sale on the Humble Store right now for $7.49 so grab it while it's cheap. Don't forget our Sales page to keep up to date with the rest of the games on sale!

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Lord Avallon 9 Oct, 2013
This game is based on another one I also like a lot, King Arthur´s World for the SNES, this made me try the free version some time ago, I liked it a lot, the detailed sprites, the non-stop action, it has some good qualities that make it very fun, now with Steam integration it will be much better!
Orkultus 13 Oct, 2013
So at what time on the 13th will we be allowed to purchase this treasure on steam?
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