Tiny Busters' key figures partnered up to develop their next big hit focusing on fun and novelty

There is no Stephen. There is no Curry. There are only big battles with 160 tiny soldiers in this Rising Warriors.
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Rising Warriors game icon
Rising Warriors game icon
SINGAPORE - April 14, 2016 - PRLog -- Having achieved a coveted 100,000 downloads milestone with Tiny Busters, an achievement that most indie game developers would dream of, Dinh and Tri Nguyen, Vietnamese-based game developers, are looking for another game idea that is fun and unique.

The Vietnamese duo, with a 12-year-combined experience in the gaming industry including leading, designing and programming Tiny Busters, soon formed a game development studio together. Being unique is quickly reflected by their unusual choice of name for their game Studio. They named it RoTi Studio, which comes from the French word Rotisserie.

With fun and unique to be the backbone of their games, the founders formulated a concept of a game that combines city building, RPG and massive battles in a social setting under one simple, fun and unique game. They called it Rising Warriors.

It is not easy!

The game has been in continuous development for the past 2 years since 2014. In a recent interview, Dinh Nguyen admitted that one of the most difficult challenges in designing Rising Warriors was how to design an 80-vs-80 massive battle system that is addictive yet simple, engaging, fun and unique.

Dinh revealed that the final battle concept is heavily influenced by a combination of many games such as Dragon Force, Langrisser, Ninja Village and Kessen. However, he promised that Rising Warriors' battle will not be the same as any of the aforementioned games.

Currently, as of April 2016, Rising Warriors is undergoing public beta-testing and nearly ready for a soft launch. While a global release date is still a mystery, Rising Warriors continues to gain attention in the mobile gaming scene with numerous press coverages found online. In addition, those who beta-test and pre-register Rising Warriors at Prelaunch.me will receive an in-game reward once the game is released globally.

For Dinh and Tri Nguyen, developing a fun and unique game is more than just a business decision; it is a passion that they shared as gamers. For them, there is no better reward than having Rising Warriors' vision validated by an enthusiastic fan who said, "Looking good!!!! Can't wait. Seems different than all the typical clones out right now."



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