A new free update is available for Circle Empires
rounding up some new content for this Windows and macOS real-time strategy game.
has extensive details on the new version, which includes balance
tweak, usability improvements, Korean localization, and bug fixes as well as the
new stuff. Not content with all that, publisher Iceberg Interactive and
developer Luminous promise another update will come this month to add Linux
support as well. Here's the overview:
Amongst the many improvements being
made, the free update adds new units, buildings and locations to the game. Later
this month Circle Empires will also receive full Linux support.
In Circle Empires players must conquer a procedurally generated world made of
interconnected circles. Circle Empires was released August 8 for PC and Mac and
has been enthusiastically received by the community, with very positive review
ratings on Steam.
The content update adds a new unit, Hammermen. Leaders will now have workers of
their respective species. For example, if you start the game as Puck the Pumpkin
King, you will now have pumpkin workers. Zombies will now also function as
New buildings which spawn dragons and wizards are also added in this the update.
In addition to new buildings, there are now more circle types to conquer, as two
new biome variations have been added: Dragon Lairs and Wizard Studies. New rare
biome variations with large armies of hostile units are also added in this
Difficulty has been increased for Easy and Normal mode. Both modes now have more
monsters to fight.
Also included in this update are Korean localization, many bug fixes, unit and
leader balancing and UI improvements. For a detailed list of these changes,
please visit the
Circle Empires Steam forums.