Kingdom: Two Crowns, the eagerly anticipated sequel to Kingdom: New Lands, is out now on Android.
Like its predecessor, Kingdom: Two Crowns is a side-scrolling strategy game with a distinctive pixel-art aesthetic. It sees you playing as a medieval monarch establishing and building a kingdom while fighting off monsters.
As the title suggests, Two Crowns is a multiplayer experience, with two players working together. This is currently local split-screen only, however, so you’ll have to put off co-operating with your friends until the lockdown ends.
Kingdom: Two Crowns is launching with spooky Dead Lands and the Japanese Shogun expansions, with more themed settings to come. You can download Kingdom: Two Crowns for $9.99 on Google Play.