Online games developer Bytro Labs, best known for its browser-based strategy hit Supremacy 1914, releases its next title Call of War. Set during the turbulent years of the Second World War, Call of War expands Bytro Labs portfolio of historical strategy games and redefines the way online board games are played.
In Call of War players take the reigns over a multitude of nations during the darkest hours ofhuman history: The Second World War. They have to build up their cities, expand their countries, manage their economics, bargain with other rulers, spy their enemies, forge strong alliances and build a powerful army to prepare for the call of war. Similar to Supremacy 1914 players have a great strategic overview over a huge historical map, on which they can order their commands and see their armies move in real time.
One of Call of Wars most exciting new features is the option to research a wide array of technological advancements. Players can not only choose which technological paths they want to research but also use the strengths and weaknesses of different units to perfect their individual strategy. Whether they want to tank rush their opponents, establish air superiority, flood the lands with battalions of infantry, bombard beaches with mighty naval fleets or dominate with the help of secret weapons such as nuclear bombers or V2 rockets – everything is possible in Call of War.
Players can register at www.callofwar.com in order to start their epic quest for world domination and rewrite history.
About Bytro Labs:
Bytro Labs GmbH is an owner-managed company, which develops and publishes technically sophisticated, browser-based and mobile online games. By now, the games have 4.5 Million
registered users and are available in fifteen different languages. Bytro Labs was founded in 2009 by Felix Faber, Tobias Kringe and Christopher Lörken. They were decorated as
“Founders of the Month” in June 2010 by the german state of Baden-Württemberg and with the “Technology Fast 50 Rising Stars” award by Deloitte in the fall of 2012.
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