The fantasy world of Exorder awaits you!
Immerse yourself in a singleplayer campaign to discover the story of a conflict between three neighbouring countries or put your strategic thinking to a test in multiplayer skirmish.
Singleplayer Campaign Mode offers twelve engaging missions presenting the story from the perspective of one side of the conflict. This mode gets you acquainted with the skills needed to successfully command a roster of Exorder's quirky characters in the multiplayer mode.
Multiplayer Mode offers you a choice between Ranked Mode and Casual Skirmish. The former lets you duel against a randomly selected player of a similar skill level. Defeat your enemy to climb up the leaderboards! Casual Skirmish allows you to create a custom multiplayer game of up to four players, either locally or online.
The purpose of Exorder is to provide a solid entry in the underrepresented genre of turn-based tactics games that focus on fun and easy to pick up combat. The game is being developed with a team of three (the entirety of Solid9 Studio) and we do our our best to provide you - the player - with the best gaming experience possible.
Contrary to the first impression, it’s not Johnny Bravo who inspired the appereance of Tristan, but our graphics designer -the same guy who pitched the concept art for the hero and designed him from the ground up. He is quite self-confident and aware of his good-looks, and not without reason! He’s probably the most handsome, most muscular graphics desinger in the whole city. Tristan’s origins are not as fairy tale as his name might suggest, though. Our friend has a cat named Tristan who’s a total dick and we figured it would fit the character.
He’s a slow hardhitter – like a tank. He was kind of inspired by the Mammoth Tank unit from the Command and Conquer series, which was one of the most menacing vehicles in the game. We wanted his looks to bear a bit of a resemblance to a japanese kaijū monster.
We based this character on two renowned scientists: Dr. Neo Cortex from Crash Bandicoot and Dr. Robotnik / Eggman from Sonic the Hedgehog. Architect is a genius who holds a grudge against the entire world because of some traumatic events from his past. His mechanical armor helps him compensate for his complexes regarding his height and old age.
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Take a look at some cool concept arts from behind the development of Exorder.
First of all: it’s not about the golf tournament. PGA, or Poznań Game Arena, is one of the biggest annual game and technology expos in Poland.
We were sleepy in Seattle this weekend; jet lag was a bitch. PAX West event – totally bitchin’.
Did you know that Exorder started as a 2d mobile game? Today’s picture lets you take a look at various stages of the game’s evolution.
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