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Silverlode Interactive Launches SAGA Tactics Alpha Site

March 17, 2009

Silverlode Interactive Launches SAGA Tactics Alpha Site

Silverlode Interactive today revealed a persistent Tactics game using the Unity3D engine.

Following the success of the world’s first collectible MMORTS game, SAGA, Silverlode Interactive today revealed their latest product SAGA Tactics and the Alpha website www.sagatactics.com.  SAGA Tactics will allow players using an iPhone to compete against opponents on either a PC or a MAC. A master database will store rankings and user data allowing players to access their armies no matter where they are or what device they choose for play.

Entry into closed beta will be granted first to participants on the Tactics Alpha Forums. Silverlode Interactive invites interested players to visit the forums linked on the Alpha side at www.sagatactics.com  and give feedback on troop design. Silverlode Interactive, known for listening to their players, plans to work closely with the community to design cool abilities for SAGA Tactics. This is your chance to help design your next addiction.

SAGA Tactics will be a completely Free-2-Play game. All items at release will be purchasable for gold; this includes troops, weapons, armor and enchants. Gold will be granted for winning PvP battles against other players. Gold will also be available for purchase in the SAGA store for cash to allow players with less time to build the army they desire quickly. The game will initially sell for $1.99 in the Apple Store. However, account creation on the PC/MAC will be free.

To help players learn more about the game that inspired SAGA Tactics, Silverlode Interactive is giving away free registrations to SAGA the MMORTS at www.playsaga.com/tactics.php. All accounts created on this page will become automatically registered for SAGA, which retails for $19.95 at hobby stores.

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