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Exorder Gets a New Steam Trailer

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Exorder Gets a New Steam Trailer

Fat Dog Games and Solid9 Studio released a new trailer for their game Exorder and promises worthy campaign challenges and chess-grade depth in the skirmish mode.

Check out the Steam trailer of Exorder, featuring some gameplay footage:

“Exorder is one of those not overly-complicated turn-based games with simple rules and dangerous depths. You take over buildings and money is awarded for buying units during the battle. Every unit’s turn consists of movement and attack or use of a special skill. Simple!

The single player mode is a bit like X-Com. The campaign consists of twelve missions linked by a fantasy-style story about three neighboring countries and a game of the throne after the deceased king. Get ready for sharp turns of action and unlocking new units.

The two-player mode is a bit like chess. When you know the units’ special skills and you know when to buy them, you can focus on thinking about how not to waste any of your turns. Predict your opponent’s movements, counter and set tactical traps. Try different styles of combat and resource management. Get better with every game.

Oh, and graphics. Did we mention the beautiful graphics?

Exorder will be released on Q1 of 2018.


  • 12 surprise missions in single player campaign
  • Two-player skirmishes offline and online, casual or with global leaderboard
  • 10+ unit types with crazy skills
  • Control the game how you wish: mouse and keyboard, gamepad, or touch screen

About Fat Dog Games

Fat Dog Games is a game publisher based in Poland. A former mobile game developing company in the market since 2014, FDG now publishes games in international markets on Steam, mobile platforms, VR and others.

About Solid9 Studio

Warsaw-based team of three, Solid9 Studio was created as an after-hours initiative in 2012. After the release of Kentucky Robo Chicken for mobile platforms, the studio is now working full-time on Exorder.”

For more information on Exorder, visit its Steam page.

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