MuHa Games Announces Thea 2: The Shattering

MuHa Games Announces Thea 2: The Shattering

Indie developer MuHa Games announced the official sequel to their award-winning Thea: The Awakening called, Thea 2: The Shattering, that started its Crowdfunding campaign to support its continuation and development. Thea 2: The Shattering is a turn-based strategy survival game with role-playing elements and card game mechanics enriched by a compelling storyline. Set in a dark fantasy world inspired by Slavic myth and folklore, you take control of gods on a quest to guide their people to survival or ultimate doom!

Check out the official trailer of Thea 2: The Shattering, featuring some gameplay footage:

“Thea 2: The Shattering is scheduled for official release in the summer of 2018 and is demoed for the first time at the EGX Games Expo in Birmingham between September 21st – 24th. Packed with content and features the game offers a staggering amount of gameplay and procedurally generated environments and biomes. The well-received campaign on KickStarter is a testament to the games popularity, and the team is offering a great selection of rewards to its loyal followers.


  • Explore rich procedurally generated environments.
  • Expand your influence in the world; build towns, widen your territories or chose to remain a nomad.
  • Exterminate your way to victory; battle through a vast array of creatures.
  • Exploit wonders of the land; discover and combine resources.
  • Become a deity of Thea and direct your chosen to victory in a world inspired by Slavic myth and folklore.
  • Play Co-Op and build your pantheon with friends.
  • Become a warlord or diplomat! Or remain an outcast wandering the world in search of glory.
  • Survive at all costs; choose your challenge style as you resolve conflicts via battle, mental or spiritual challenges.
  • Free DLC’s, built-in adventures editor and other modding tools.”

For more infromation on Thea 2: The Shattering, visit its Kickstarter page.

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